Department of orthopaedic rehabilitation
The orthopaedic rehabilitation department at Rehabilitation Center Abromiskes provides a full range of classic and innovative rehabilitation interventions for patients with diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system, including those with chronic pain syndromes. The main goal of rehabilitation treatment is to restore the children's mobility, ensure their maximum independence in everyday life and, if possible, restore their ability to work. A separate area of work of the department is preparing for prosthetics and training in using prostheses, temporary and permanent. Patients receive treatment from highly qualified doctors with excellent qualifications and unique clinical experience, so they can count on high-quality medical care that meets modern European standards.
The department often receives patients with inflammatory rheumatic and degenerative lesions of the musculoskeletal system, injuries of bones, joints and ligaments of varying severity, and patients after endoprosthetics and operations on the spine. The rehabilitation program is based on therapeutic gymnastics, physiotherapy exercises, electrotherapy and massage. Some patients who have undergone complex surgical interventions on the joints must learn to walk again, so the department offers unique methods for restoring walking skills. Occupational therapy is also integral to rehabilitation, restoring self-care and housekeeping skills.