WALK AGAIN Center Berlin

Berlin, Germany
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99% PatientScore?
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5.0 on Google
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WALK AGAIN Center Berlin
WALK AGAIN Center Berlin
WALK AGAIN Center Berlin

About the hospital

WALK AGAIN Center Berlin is the first private rehabilitation centre in the world to offer robotic walking therapy with Lokomat® and the HAL® robotic suit. The medical centre combines medicine and technology to create the most advanced robotic mechanisms. The clinic was founded primarily to treat neurological and neuromuscular problems such as stroke, spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis. Every year, thousands of patients seek rehabilitation to improve the mobility of the musculoskeletal system after illness or traumas and return to their previous quality of life.

The WALK AGAIN clinic is built, staffed and equipped with the latest innovative medical technology and an efficient team of doctors, physiotherapists, neurologists and orthopedists. The medical centre has been awarded the title of the first rehabilitation centre in the world to offer robotic walking therapy to its patients. The luxurious infrastructure of the clinic provides a comfortable atmosphere and a carefree environment where the staff is solely focused on the health of patients and the quality of treatment they receive.

When physicians treat brain-damaged patients, gait and movement disorders are addressed through innovative medical procedures, including structural and neuroplastic neuroplasticity. The Walk Again Center is the first rehabilitation facility to introduce Locomat therapy. Both adult and pediatric patients are treated with robotic support to help them gain walking functions. Since neurological disorders in particular often also affect the upper extremities, WALK AGAIN decided also to use robotic therapy methods to treat the arms and hands. For this purpose, the clinic uses Armeo® Spring, which allows patients with mild and severe disabilities to train the functions of the arms and hands. An ISO 9001-certified rehabilitation centre that cooperates with Meoclinic Berlin as a standard of care and additional care for its patients.

The WALK AGAIN Center specializes in treating and rehabilitating various neurological diseases, such as spinal cord injuries, stroke, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Friedreich's ataxia, and other neurodegenerative and neuromuscular disorders. Unlike standard rehabilitation, the medical team offers an individual, holistic and innovative approach, combined with a high intensity of therapy. Physicians and medical engineers work together to develop treatment approaches using the latest technology.

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Founded in 2018
N/A patients
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2 departments

Is the clinic the best in rehabilitation in Germany?

The hospital offered the largest selection of robotic equipment for musculoskeletal system rehabilitation and was the first to use Lokomat therapy for gait training. In addition, obtaining ISO 9001 confirms the high quality and efficiency of the services provided.

Should I choose WALK AGAIN Center Berlin for post-stroke recovery?

The clinic uses MOTOmed and ARMEO Spring for recovery after strokes, severe injuries and neurological diseases. The patient effectively and quickly achieves high results in restoring movements. Robotic technology creates personalized programs by recording progress and analyzing improvements.

What additional treatment methods does the hospital offer?

In addition to robotic rehabilitation, the clinic offers functional electrical stimulation (FES), the Bobat approach, vestibular training, and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF). All methods are combined for a better result and a faster return of the patient to everyday life.

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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 the center of all cultural, business, political, medical, and scientific events. You can visit thousands of unique sites that carry the entire nation's history here.

Of course, one of the most famous landmarks would be the Brandenburg Gate towering over the Pariser Platz. It symbolizes unity and peace that King Frederick Wilhelm II ordered to be built in 1788. The Gate has seen both World Wars and several uprisings, and nowadays, people visit it as a reminder of the greater good. You can't miss Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site 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 vast treasures.

In addition to the huge 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. The city has multiple well-known hospitals: University Hospital Charite Berlin, University Hospital Immanuel Bernau Berlin of the Brandenburg Medical School Theodor Fontane, and 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, and Vivantes Hospital Berlin-Neukolln. 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 centers 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, you can find numerous establishments where you can rest after a long trip and spend a lovely evening.

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