Diseases of the central (brain and spinal cord) or peripheral nervous system can cause various and lengthy impairments of bodily functions. In the foreground are: paralyzes, impairments of the sensibility, the language, the sight, the swallowing and the thinking ability.
As a part of the rehabilitation stay, the impaired functions are newly learned or strengthened in order to achieve the goal of rehab, namely, far-reaching independence, improved participation in social life and generally improved quality of life. The most common diseases that are treated in a neurological rehabilitation department of the Private Hospital are: the stroke, the multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, neuropathies, conditions after head injuries or operations on the head or spine, cross sections, damage to individual nerves.
The stay is 4 weeks long, and medically indicated extensions are possible.
- Parkinson's disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Diseases of the peripheral nervous system, such as neuropathies
- Nerve root damage, etc.