Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic Schmieder Stuttgart
About the hospital
Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic Schmieder Stuttgart is a specialised medical facility located in the heart of Stuttgart. The day hospital opened its doors in 1995. The Ministry of Social Affairs of Baden-Württemberg took part in developing the concept of the day hospital, so the clinic is a role model in outpatient rehabilitation.
The clinic offers 55 outpatient treatment beds, meals in the hospital canteen, and transport services for patients. In addition, the clinic cooperates with the outpatient therapy centre of the Schmieder Clinic, which allows you to start neurological rehabilitation as early as possible.
At the Outpatient Clinic Schmieder Stuttgart, patients receive outpatient daytime neurological rehabilitation in stages D and E. The advantage of daytime rehabilitation is that it is integrated into the home environment. After a day of outpatient rehabilitation from Monday to Friday, patients return to their usual habitat in the evening. In the clinic's outpatient therapy centre, neurological, internal diseases and orthopaedic patients are treated according to the doctor's prescription. In addition, the medical team offers physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and therapeutic exercises. The advantage for our patients is that they receive the necessary procedures close to home in a pleasant atmosphere.
The Daytime Clinic Schmieder employs leading specialists in neurological rehabilitation who treat all neurological diseases, regardless of severity. Furthermore, the presence of the clinic's research institute and cooperation with hospitals-colleagues guarantee constant innovation and further development at the highest level. After decades of experience, the clinic is still appreciated by specialists worldwide and by patients and their relatives for the success and quality of treatment, care, and therapy.
What types of treatment does Rehabilitation Clinic Schmieder Stuttgart offer?
The clinic is an outstanding outpatient rehabilitation centre. Doctors are specialists in recovering neurological patients at stages D and E. In addition, the team offers physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and physical therapy, which helps to consolidate the result for a long time.
Can I be treated at a medical centre if I have a complicated case?
Thanks to high-tech equipment, professional clinic staff and cooperation with a research institute, the hospital offer rehabilitation regardless of the degree of severity. However, the patient should be independent enough to visit the clinic on an outpatient basis (so-called rehabilitation phases D and E).
Will the hospital help me plan further rehabilitation at home after discharge?
Each case is considered by doctors individually, and careful prevention of complications after discharge is developed in advance. The staff gets to know the lifestyle of the patient and in a multidisciplinary manner develops exercises, physical activity, nutrition and further follow-up plans.
About the city
Stuttgart is a charming city surrounded by hills, forests and vineyards. Stuttgart is a fantastic combination of historical heritage and outstanding achievements of our time. Traditional medieval temples, baroque palaces, and gothic towers coexist with ultra-modern buildings of trendy art galleries, museums, and reputable corporations' headquarters.
The capital of the southwestern federal state of Baden-Württemberg, founded in 1952, has more than 600,000 inhabitants and is the core of one of the most vital industrial regions of the federal state of Germany. The city has a vast number of sightseeing platforms with beautiful views. For example, the 217-meter Stuttgart TV Tower offers an unforgettable region view. Seventy years ago, it became the first tower built of reinforced concrete. In addition to the art museum, the state gallery, and the Linden ethnological museum, Stuttgart also has museums dedicated to its most prominent business, the automotive industry. The Mercedes-Benz and Porsche museums showcase the history of the cars. With 250 springs in the city, Stuttgart also has one of the largest mineral water deposits in Europe.
Stuttgart has 18 higher education institutions and universities and many leading research centres. Companies in Stuttgart invest 13 million euros daily in research and development, more than in any other region in Germany. As a result, Stuttgart businesses register over 3,600 patents annually, making it the second-largest European city in patent applications. Great attention is also paid to the healthcare system. The town has a large number of both public and private medical institutions that provide highly qualified medical care. Stuttgart is home to one of the branches of the Rehabilitation Clinic Schmieder, a day hospital for patients in need of neurological rehabilitation.
Stuttgart is a city with exciting sights, world-famous ballet, significant cultural and sporting events, various leisure and living options, and an international variety of theatres. Tourists with different preferences will be able to entertain themselves in the city, from a wine trip and wine tasting to round-the-clock parties in the entertainment clubs of the city.