Our Therapy Concepts
As specialists, we apply special treatment concepts so that you can do everyday things independently again. You will find an overview of our therapy programmes here.
Respiratory therapy will teach you to inhale and exhale more freely and consciously. This will strengthen your respiratory muscles and mobilise your thorax. So you to breathe and excrete mucus more easily. This not only aids your recovery, it also prevents pneumonia.
Movement is always good for you and can help during treatment in a number of ways: In movement therapy, you will learn to perceive your body positively. You can become active here and develop confidence in your body with absolutely no pressure to perform. Therapists draw on very different methods for this, to cater to you and your individual needs in the best possible way.
The biofeedback method helps people with nerve damage to activate their muscles systematically. The otherwise unnoticed muscles movement is thus made visible or palpable via nerve cells. Missing or weak paths in the nervous system can be precisely identified and trained.
Illnesses and accidents often limit affected persons. Even little limitations in the muscles or sensitivity make movements that otherwise seem completely normal more difficult. In occupational therapy, you will learn to manage independently in your everyday life again.
Design therapy will teach you to depict your moods and emotions directly, both to yourself and your therapist. The subsequent discussion of the works gives rise to important insights. It is particularly interesting to compare the pictures from the beginning and the end of your stay – the success of the therapy is directly visible!
In music therapy, you can experience and utilise the power of music for yourself. By making your own music, you create a musical likeness of your emotional state, with no diversions into words and explanations. Physical and also linguistic blocks can be solved with music.
Brain trauma can change the way a person thinks and feels and even negatively impact memory and perception of the current environment. Neuropsychology doesn't just help patients regain these skills. We also help the process the progression of the illness and reduce emotional stress.
Physical therapy includes all treatment forms, collectively, that use physical effects such as heat, light or water, to relieve or heal pain. These include, for example, massage, heat packs or even electrical stimulation.
The various types of physiotherapy strengthen your musculature, mobilise your joints and improve posture. You will learn exercises that you can later do regularly without a therapist present, enabling you to live without pain in the long term.
People with psychological disorders frequently also have problems with their social environment. This is where social therapy comes in: Our therapists will give you personalised help to manage interpersonal difficulties and to tackle future conflicts constructively.