Spinal and Brain Traumas
What is Spinal and Brain Traumas?
Classification of spinal traumas:
- Vertebrae injury
- Spinal cord injury
Classification of brain traumas:
- Skull fractures
- Cerebral contusion
- Diffuse axonal injury
- Intracranial pressure
- Intracranial hemorrhage
- Bobath therapy: a recognized type of therapy for patients with congenital malformations of the brain and other central nervous system diseases.
- Physiotherapy: -improves the health and mental state of the patient. Its positive results greatly affect the success of rehabilitation in various diseases. Exercises contribute to strengthening muscles, building the endurance of the body, intensifying blood circulation, improving respiratory and cardiac functions and stabilizing the balance.
- Kinesiotherapy: an effective form of physiotherapy, in which a specific therapeutic result is achieved by means of special physical exercises. In other words, kinesiotherapy – is the treatment by active and passive movements, therapeutic gymnastics.
- Occupational therapy
- Snoezelen (sensory room): specially equipped space, organized to make everyone in it feel full of peace, comfort and safety, regardless of age and health.
- Speech therapy: department of communication and swallowing disorders deals with the diagnosis and rehabilitation ofthe communication functions violations (tongue function, speech improvement), swallowing from childhood to the elderly years.
- Biodex Balance: high-tech training complex, offering a variety of treatment options to restore balance and improve muscle tone.
- Cyriax: a comprehensive treatment type for joints and soft tissues. It includes both aspects of manual therapy: of the spine and large joints, as well as the targeted therapy of muscles, tendons and ligaments.
- UGUL and Spider: with the help of special elastic strands in a multifunctional complex for performing exercises (“Cage”), the patient can take any position in space, verticalization, creation of motor stereotypes, acquisition of movement skills can be achieved.