3410 €

Neurological diseases

Spasticity treatment and management

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A team of specialized health professionals after careful evaluation of all aspects of your condition in consultation with you and your caregivers will determine the aspect of your life to be improved and set clear goals for the treatment. Therapists will apply stretching and a range of motion exercises to prevent permanent shorting of muscles while medical professionals may prescribe muscle relaxing drugs and or local injections of drugs to weaken or paralyze overactive muscle. Rehabilitation robotics may also be applied to assist movement.

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Musculoskeletal diseases

Osteoarthritis - rehabilitation

Euromedica-Arogi Physical Rehabilitation Center of Thessaloniki

A multidisciplinary team of physical, occupational, aquatic and massage therapists, certified strength and conditioning coaches and dieticians will plan a program that will help you control weight, significantly reduce joint pain, stiffness and range of function in order to achieve and maintain optimal mobility, and improve overall fitness. 

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Neurological diseases

Myasthenia Gravis

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Skilled therapists introduce a combination of strengthening exercises with  an active range of motion exercises and resistance (isotonic exercise) that will help you remain as functional as possible and build your strength to facilitate return to work and activities of daily living. The rehabilitation program is framed with occupational therapy to help you adapt new ways of performing specific domestic and occupational tasks and speech therapy to strengthen  facial and throat muscles. 

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Injury - trauma

Leg (Lower Limb) Amputation – Prosthetics (Artificial Limps)

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The rehabilitation team will practice a specific plan for you that includes general conditioning exercises and exercises to stretch the hip and knee and to strengthen all arm and leg muscles. Standing and balancing exercises in parallel bars will be encouraged while promoting endurance. You will learn how to do activities of daily living using the prosthesis, adaptive devices in order to improve your life quality and to facilitate community re-entry.

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Musculoskeletal diseases

Rheumatic diseases – rehabilitation

Euromedica-Arogi Physical Rehabilitation Center of Thessaloniki

A rehabilitation program tailored to your condition and needs which include occupational, physical and aquatic therapy, will allow you to improve your strength and flexibility and the movement of your joints and muscles - all with less pain and stiffness. Such a program will not cure your rheumatic condition, but will definitely  help you become better able to function and more independent.

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Neurological diseases

Parkinson's disease

Euromedica-Arogi Physical Rehabilitation Center of Thessaloniki

The Parkinson disease patients can truly benefit by an intensive rehabilitation program based on physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. The rehabilitation program aims at improving walking, balance and flexibility, increasing aerobic skill and eventually the functional independence.

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Injury - trauma

Arm (Upper Limb) Amputation – Prosthetics (Artificial Limbs)

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The rehabilitation team will practice a specific plan for you that includes general conditioning exercises and exercises to stretch the shoulder and elbow and to strengthen arm muscles while promoting endurance and control. You will learn how to do activities of daily living using the prosthesis, adaptive devices, or other parts of the body (such as the mouth and feet) in order to improve your life quality and to facilitate community re-entry.

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Musculoskeletal diseases

Arthroplasty - Joint replacement rehabilitation

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A focused therapy is specially designed to restore your function and capabilities and to help you achieve early mobilization and safe discharge. A team approach to rehabilitation coordinates the various aspects of care. Members of the team include physiatrists, nurses, therapists (physical, occupational, aquatic and recreational), dieticians and care managers that will help you feel comfortable getting in and out of bed, walking with an assistive device and completing functional exercise programs that are designed to speed your recovery and build confidence and independence.

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Injury - trauma

Spinal cord injury

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Spinal cord injuries can be caused by sudden, violent events such as crushes, falls, sports injuries or heavy and sharp objects that damage any part of the spinal cord or the nerves around. Moreover, diseases such as cancer, arthritis or inflammation might be responsible for spinal cord injury. All of the above might have permanent changes in strength, sensation and relative body functions that affect the patient’s life. However, spinal cord injuries can be improved by rehabilitation programs that aim in the prevention of further injury and in the re-adaption of the patient to his/hers previous activities.

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Neurological diseases

Multiple sclerosis

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The patients of Multiple Sclerosis can truly benefit from an intensive rehabilitation program based on physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and hydrotherapy. 

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Relevant treatments

Multiple sclerosis

The patients of Multiple Sclerosis can truly benefit from an intensive rehabilitation program based on physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and hydrotherapy. 

Parkinson's disease

The Parkinson disease patients can truly benefit by an intensive rehabilitation program based on physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. The rehabilitation program aims at improving walking, balance and flexibility, increasing aerobic skill and eventually the functional independence.

Stroke

The aim of rehabilitation is the best possible recovery of the functional independence of the patient through teaching walking again, through restraining the spasticity of the hemiplegic limps, through teaching again everyday life activities, improving swallowing and speech and through the proper psychological support.  
The best rehabilitation outcome is directly related to the time of intervention. Therefore, the early start of a rehabilitation program increases the expected result.

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