How do we do it

Intensive therapy

We have learned from experience that intensive training during the different stages of recovery obtains better and faster results than therapies that extend over several years and which lack the sufficient intensity and dosage.

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Not only does intensive mean more, but also better

Our intensive training programmes are designed to achieve treatment improvements/objectives in the short term, representing a training and learning challenge to recover lost skills, or those that have been affected due to injury.
These short-term improvements can be maintained over time and may even increase with subsequent intensive therapy periods.
These therapies have proven the potential of producing neurophysiological and behavioural changes which other therapies have not demonstrated.
Not only does intensive mean more, but also better.

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Latest technologies

The development of the latest technologies in neurorehabilitation allows us to count on the latest advances in this field to implement our treatments, giving patients (especially those most affected) the possibility of benefiting from the advantages that these devices offer us:

The development of the latest technologies in neurorehabilitation has enabled us to provide patients with the very latest equipment available in the field, providing patients (especially those who are more affected) with the many benefits associated with the use of such devices, such as the recovery or improvement of gait functions, upper limb improvements, increased work times, increased number of repetitions and, therefore, the possibility of relearning and neuroplasticity.

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The latest technologies and advanced robotics complement the intensive treatment protocols in neurorehabilitation and in cases of more severe deficits, allow treatments that would not otherwise be possible.

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LOKOMAT

LOKOMAT

Robotic exoskeleton for gait training.

Rysen

Rysen

The only system in the world of 3D weight support for gait and balance training.

C-Mill VR

C-Mill VR

Treadmill instrumented with virtual reality for the evaluation and training of gait and balance.

Armeo Spring

Armeo Spring

Exoskeleton for retraining the movements and functionality of the arm.

Motion sensors

Motion sensors

Armeo Senso, Gait Up. For the evaluation and training of the arm and gait.

Functional electrostimulation

Functional electrostimulation

Virtual reality systems in rehabilitation

Virtual reality systems in rehabilitation

Electroencephalography and brain functional connectivity

Electroencephalography and brain functional connectivity

Detailed analysis of the functional network derived from the EEG signal. Both the clinician and the patient and their families can see the difference in the pattern of functioning of their neural networks

Motion analysis based on Inertial XSens technology

Motion analysis based on Inertial XSens technology

Motion capture and analysis systems based on inertial technology allow to obtain 3D kinematic parameters in any environment and under any circumstances

Noraxon Superficial Electromyography

Noraxon Superficial Electromyography

They allow us to determine the real patterns of muscle activation by measuring the electrical signal generated by the muscle groups before this activation process

Cellular regeneration with Stem cells

Currently, an important number of these damaged cells can be restored, stimulating the associated stem cells with cellular growth factors, which naturally occur in the body.

Cell regeneration

Regenerative medicine is a comparatively new medical science, mainly driven by recent medical research on stem cells and their ability to convert to cells of different tissues.

Within the human brain, stem cells are located in the lateral ventricles and in the dentate nucleus of the hippocampus and have the ability to originate new neurons.

In an acquired brain injury, whatever the cause, such as a stroke, a process of hypoxia or severe traumatic brain injury, numerous nerve cells are destroyed. This can lead to both cognitive and motor disorders; thus, cellular regeneration is necessary.

Currently, an important number of these damaged cells can be restored, stimulating the associated stem cells with cellular growth factors, which naturally occur in the body.

An aspect which must be highlighted and which represents a basic element of this type of treatment, is that it is based on the same intra and intercellular factors which the body uses for self-repair.

This regenerative medicine is based on cellular therapy, with the administration of autologous subcellular elements, obtained from the same person, therefore without the risk of rejection, in order to replace the damaged brain cells with healthy cells. In summary, this approach integrates all the procedures aimed towards the promotion of cellular regeneration.

Assessment and follow-up

We believe that an appropriate assessment is essential throughout the treatment process (baseline/final/ intermediate assessments) in order to guarantee the very best professional service and offer reliable and objective data of our intervention and the patient’s progress.

This also facilitates the follow-up of our treatment, the motivation of our patients and helps to optimise our intervention. Our patients and family members will be able to monitor their progress at all times in an objective and reliable manner.

This aspect is very important to justify the need for treatment or the extension of the same, on behalf of insurance companies, embassies or any other entity which finances the rehabilitation treatment.

Treatment design and monitoring of progress

Our multidisciplinary team is in charge of evaluating or designing the treatment that best suits the needs of each patient and will perform a thorough follow-up to adapt the treatment to each patient and their family.

The treatment provided to each of our patients is individual, intensive and specialised.

Neuroplasticity and enriched environments

“Neuroplasticity is the skill of the nervous system to be able to respond to intrinsic or extrinsic stimuli, reorganising its structure, function and connections.”

The brain is a system which self-organises and adapts to the specific surrounding environment.

Understanding the adaptational behaviour of the nervous system in response to an injury means understanding the interaction among the different subsystems of the body and the environment as well as the continuous exchange of information between the nervous system, the body and the environment.

For this reason, in our therapies we design “enriched environments” which enhance the neuroplastic of the nervous system of each of our patients.

Options for financing

We have a financial service allowing clients to either access our services privately, via their insurance, or via neurorehabilitation grants.

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