Paraplegia – our therapy

Paralysis as a result of spinal cord damage is a diagnosis that will change your life and that of your relatives in an instant. A distinction is made between paraplegia (paralysis of the legs) and tetraplegia (paralysis of the arms and legs). In the chronic stage, the possibilities of recovery through surgery are very limited. Our experienced experts at Schoen Clinic Bad Aibling Harthausen not far from Rosenheim particularly specialise in treating your paraplegia and providing the special care you require in this context. We provide you with a separate paraplegia ward for this purpose. With our interdisciplinary team, in-depth specialist knowledge and technology-assisted therapies (exoskeleton/robotic gait trainer), we do everything we can to help you achieve maximum independence for life with your paraplegia.
If chronic illness makes surgery on your muscles or joints necessary, we will refer you to the appropriate experts within or outside our hospital.

Conservative treatment methods

Technology-assisted therapy on the paraplegia ward

On our special paraplegia ward, we use technology-assisted therapies such as an exoskeleton robot. This advanced treatment option for paraplegia not only helps you to train existing and new physical abilities but also has important positive effects on your psyche and circulation.

General information about Paraplegia

In paraplegia, the nerve tracts in the spinal cord are injured. Learn more about the causes & symptoms of this paralysis.