Vivantes Hospital Ida Wolff Berlin-Neukolln

Berlin, Germany
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8.9
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90% PatientScore?
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3.2 on Google
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Vivantes Hospital Ida Wolff Berlin-Neukolln
Vivantes Hospital Ida Wolff Berlin-Neukolln
Vivantes Hospital Ida Wolff Berlin-Neukolln

About the hospital

Vivantes Hospital Ida Wolff Berlin-Neukolln specializes in geriatric medicine and serves patients aged 70 and over. Treatment at the clinic combines emergency medicine and early rehabilitation to help patients improve their quality of life. The Ida-Wolff Hospital enjoys a quiet location, and the clinic’s garden is popular with patients during summer.

The Ida Wolf Hospital has four departments. The clinic is designed for 136 beds for inpatient treatment. The rooms have single and triple rooms with built-in or directly adjoining showers. Many rooms have direct access to the balcony. In addition, the hospital has isolation rooms for infectious patients.

Physiotherapy at Vivantes Ida Wolf Hospital is an elementary part of geriatric treatment. Hospital specialists also pay particular attention to the reduction of pain and the support of self-healing powers. The medical team promotes this through various manual techniques, as well as electro and ultrasound therapies. In addition, the Bobath concept and other modern treatments have been used successfully. In support of this, physiotherapy at the Ida Wolf Hospital offers methods of Far Eastern medicine, such as working with the IDOGO apparatus and qigong. In the interdisciplinary geriatric team, doctors and nurses work hand in hand with psychologists, psychotherapists, masseurs and rescuers, occupational therapists, speech therapists and music therapists.

At the Ida Wolf Hospital, the medical team treats specific diseases of old age, such as brain disorders in dementia, chronic or acute lung diseases, circulatory disorders after a stroke or bone fractures after a fall. In the four departments of the hospital and the adjoining day hospital, there are practitioners specializing in internal medicine, palliative care and geriatrics, as well as doctors undergoing special training to become internists or general practitioners.

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Is chronic pain treatment available at the medical centre?

Doctors use a massive list of methods to combat pain, including Kinesio taping and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation for normalization of the length of muscles, using CONTRACT-RELAX or HOLD-RELAX techniques. The IDOGO and Qigong also give significant pain relief.

Can I treat depression at Vivantes Hospital Ida Wolff Berlin-Neukolln?

Clinic doctors widely use neuropsychology to help in crises and stressful situations, as well as in depression. An important is behavioural therapy, which has good results in psychological support. With the latest cure, patients complete tasks on a computer, which helps assess progress and stay motivated.

Can elderly people be treated at the hospital?

The hospital effectively treats diseases of the elderly, such as brain disorders in dementia, acute and chronic lung diseases, circulatory disorders after a stroke or broken bones after a fall. In addition, cooperation between departments is provided for cases of various conditions.

About the city

Berlin is a place with a rich and amusing history. It is well-known as the capital of Germany and the biggest city in the country. It is considered to be the centre of all cultural, business, political, medical and scientific events. Here you can visit thousands of amazing sites, which carry the history of the entire nation.

Of course, one of the most famous landmarks would be the Brandenburg Gate towering over the Pariser Platz. It is a symbol of unity and peace that was ordered to be built by King Frederick Wilhelm II in 1788. The Gate has seen both World Wars and several uprisings, and nowadays, people come to visit it as a reminder of a greater good. You can't miss Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which lies between the River Spree and the Kupfergraben. There you have a chance to see one of the most cherished museums of the city:  the Old Museum. The New Museum, the Old National Gallery, and the Bode Museum are also ready to show their expansive treasures.

In addition to the fabulous historical and cultural part, the city is famous for leading medical facilities, world-known doctors and scientists. The German healthcare system is rightfully considered one of the best in the world. There are multiple well-known hospitals located in the city: University Hospital Charite Berlin, University Hospital Immanuel Bernau Berlin of the Brandenburg Medical School Theodor Fontane, Academic Hospital Bundeswehr Berlin. They treat patients and conduct scientific/teaching activities. The famous private hospitals have branches in Berlin: Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch, Park-Clinic Weissensee Berlin, Vivantes Hospital Berlin-Neukölln. It is worth mentioning that the vast majority of German Nobel Fellows in Medicine are from Berlin. The city is full of scientific and research centres that drive world medicine to a new level.

Overall, Berlin is a perfect place to visit if you want to explore new cultures and benefit from leading healthcare services. It has a lot of cultural landmarks and medical institutions. Besides that, there you can find numerous establishments where you can rest after a long trip and spend a nice evening.

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