Patients and their families should have the peace of mind to fully focus on their recovery. That's why we take care of every detail, and support everyone throughout their treatment.
Mobility, balance, upper & lower limp function mean independence and ensure a high quality of life. Movement therapy - which is the combination of physiotherapy and occupational therapy - addresses all of these qualities. At AMc, we here implement one of our most crucial therapy management strategies, the Forced Use concept, which can be applied in neurological conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injuries, Parkinson's Disease, and ALS.
Neurological diseases and injuries are often associated with reduced physical exercise and stress capacity. Physiotherapists aid in improving strength, endurance and responsiveness of the patient. Therapeutic work at AMc is targeted at supporting our patients in the recovery of specific movement components and the integration of these functions into complex domestic and non-domestic activities, to help patients to regain strength and independence.
One focus of occupational therapy is the support and counselling of our patients and their family members in the execution of daily activities and self-care. Taking into account the social and family situation, the independence and everyday abilities of our patients are developed and strengthened. Another emphasis in the August Medical cereneo therapy approach is the counselling and accompaniment of a patient’s professional as well as social reintegration.
Our neurorehabilitation center is equipped with state-of-the-art movement analysis, robotic systems and other innovative devices to complement the hands-on training with the therapist.
Vector Gait & Safety System by Bioness
This system is an innovative over-ground gait training tool, which improves mobility and balance in patients recovering from various neurological conditions.
Allegro™ Medical Leg Press by Dynamic Devices
This interactive robotic training device uses Bionic Training Technology and augmented reality exercises to keep patients engaged throughout their training.
Erigo by Hocoma®
This device allows mobilization and verticalization of immobile patients. Robotic leg movements help to stimulate the central nervous system at a very early stage.