Our Therapy Concepts
Depending on the needs of your particular illness, we can create a customised treatment plan that will result the best possible success of your treatment.
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, patients learn how to manage their everyday lives themselves.
Complex therapy for Parkinson’s
Parkinson’s is a disease that makes the patient’s entire life more difficult with its symptoms. That is why, in complex therapy, various treatments are compiled based on the respective patient: They include physiotherapy and occupational therapy as well as speech and neurophysical therapy.
Brain trauma can change the way a person thinks and feels and even negatively impact memory and perception of the current environment. With neuropsychology, we don’t just help patients regain these skills. We also help the process the progression of the illness and reduce emotional stress.
Our orthoptics therapists diagnose and treat visual impairments caused by brain trauma. Our goal: To improve the (remaining) visual function and develop strategies to, for instance, compensate the limitations to the field of vision.
Physical therapy includes all treatment forms, collectively, that use physical effects such as heat, light or water, to relieve or heal pain. This includes, for instance, massage, heat wrapping or stimulation current applications.
In different types of physiotherapy, we strengthen patients’ muscles, mobilise their joints and improve posture. Patients learn exercises that they can regularly carry out later without a therapist in order to live without pain long-term.
In swallowing therapy, you learn how to change your body and head posture using tried-and-tested exercises and train the involved muscles so swallowing is easier for you. Furthermore, our speech and language therapists will show you postures that help you avoid inhaling food or fluid.
Our social service counsels patients and their families on psychosocial and legal matters that arise as a result of the respective illness. We help with questions about and applications for rehabilitation, organising care after staying at our clinic and much more.
After strokes or other neurological illnesses, people are often left unable to speak: In speech therapy, we help patients verbalise their thoughts and start communicating with others again. Our team of speech therapists, phoneticists, linguists and other experts create a customised speech training programme for each patient.
Dancing with Parkinson’s
Dance gives back a bit of east and self-confidence to Parkinson’s patients. Dancing promotes balance, connects the body and mind and is simply fun. Our occupational and dance therapists provide competent and sensitive guidance.
Virtual therapy has proven effective with respect to advanced diseases such as Parkinson’s or in rehabilitation after strokes: Here, the patients immerse themselves in artificial (game) worlds to practise coordination and strength in a playful way.