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Constance Care Rehabilitation Center

Constance Care Rehabilitation Center

Warsaw, Poland

Dzialkowa 125

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Welcome to Constance Care Rehabilitation Center

Constance Care Rehabilitation Center ® is a modern, privately owned medical center . It is located in Kierszek, near Konstancin-Jeziorna, 30 minutes from downton Warsaw, 20 minutes from the airport, 5 minutes from Konstancin-Jeziorna health resort.

The Center is surrounded by green areas ready to be explored while walking, riding a bike or even a horse from stables nearby. Thanks to well-known microclimate of Konstancin-Jeziorna outdoor activities are not only pleasant, but also beneficial for patients’ health.

The Constance Care Team gathers experienced doctors of various disciplines, from reputable clinics and institutes of Warsaw, physiotherapists, sensory integration therapists, masseurs, speech therapists, psychologist and dietician. Such an interdisciplinary team provides comprehensive therapy adjusted to the needs of each patient.

What do we offer?

Constance Care Rehabilitation Center ® provides outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation.

Rehabilitation of newborn, infants, and children:

Neurological and neurodevelopmental rehabilitation including:

  1. Muscle tone disorders
  2. Cerebral palsy
  3. Myelomeningocele
  4. Spinal cord injuries
  5. Craniocerebral injuries
  6. Delayed psychomotor development
  7. Brain and spinal cord tumors

Orthopedic rehabilitation, including:

  1. Hip dysplasia
  2. Torticollis
  3. Post-trauma and post-surgical rehabilitation

Assesment of child’s development

  1. Neonatal Behavioral Assesment Scale (The Brazelton Scale)
  2. Prechtl’s assesment of general movements
  3. Diagnosis and therapy of faulty posture, e.g. scoliosis, varus and valgus knee deformity, club foot, claw foot and flat foot
  4. Sensimotor integrationNeurological rehabilitation:
  5. Rehabilitation after a stroke and spinal cord infraction
  6. Multiple sclerosis
  7. Myopatheis
  8. Rehabilitation after brain and spinal cord tumor removal
  9. Peripheral nerve lesions and dysfunctions
  10. Radicular pain in spine conditions

Orthopedic rehabilitation:

  1. Post-trauma and post-surgical rehabilitation
  2. Discopathy
  3. Disorders and injuries of muscles, tendons, and ligaments
  4. Limited range of motion
  5. Joint pain and degenerative diseases
  6. Overuse syndromes

Prophylaxis

  1. Spine-strenghtening exercises
  2. Exercises strenghtening pelvic floor muscles as prophylaxis of urinary incontinence
  3. Exercises for patients with respiratory and cardiovascular diseases
  4. Exercises for pregnant women

 

Accomodation:

  • rooms accessible for disabled persons
  • 4 meals according to the patient’s requirements (considering any special diet)
  • TV and Wi-Fi in rooms
  • free parking space within the Center
  • fenced area

G-EO System

The G-EO System is the world’s most advanced robotic-assisted device in gait rehabilitation.

HandTutor.

Pelvictrainer  

HAL®

HAL® is the only device that is activated and controlled directly by the nervous system of the patient – the so-called active exoskeleton.

 HAL®  can be used in the following diseases:

• Incomplete spinal cord injury
• Stroke
• Craniocerebral injury
• Multiple sclerosis
• Neurodegenerative diseases
• Muscular dystrophy
• Neuromuscular diseases

HAL® therapy:

  • increases walking speed
  • reduces the need to use rehabilitation equipment
  • improves the superficial sensation
  • improved bladder and bowl functions
  • reduces spasticity
  • reduces neuropathic pain,
  • stimulates the cortical areas of the brain

WHAT IS THE COURSE OF HAL® THERAPY?

The basis for the start of therapy is a positive result of the first (test) training. The scope and intensity is each time adjusted to the needs and possibilities of the patient.

If you want to know more about Constance Care Rehabilitation Center or want to request for any information, just click the tab below:

 

Details

Spinal cord injury

HAL® Therapy

Therapy using HAL® System

Recommended length of therapy for people with spinal cord injury:  12 weeks (60 sessions on HAL)

Recommended length of therapy for people after stroke: 12 weeks (60 session on HAL)

Recommended length of therapy for people with multiple sclerosis:    Four-week stays (20 sessions on HAL) repeated at intervals of one or two months

Therapy includes:

  • Medical consultation at the beginning and end of each month (every 4 weeks)
  • Gait training using HAL System / 5 session per week (Monday-Friday) (duration of each session till up 90 min )
  • Individual therapy (up to 4 x50 minutes – daily) Monday – Friday , up to 3×50 min – Saturday
  • Body massage
  • Physiotherapy (for example electrostimulation, magneto therapy , ultrasound) up to 4 procedures per day

Total time spent on therapy is approximately 260-330 minutes daily.

There is possibility of accommodation outside the resort. In this case, the patient will have two three-hour therapeutic sessions in our clinic. The cost of accommodation and meals are on the patient side.

Therapy preparing to use HAL® System or as an independent therapy – without using HAL System (An example of the scope of therapy)

Time frames of rehabilitation are adjusted to current patient’s health condition (2-6 weeks). Therapy is conducted 6 days per week.

Therapy program (example):

  • Medical consultation at the beginning and end of the cycle
  • Gait training using G-EO System:
  • Individual therapy (up 3 x 50 min) with the possibility of using all available in Constance Care medical devices, i.e.
  • LiteGait :
  • HandTutor:
  • PelvicTrainer:
  • Body massage:
  • Physiotherapy (for example electrostimulation, magneto therapy….) up to 4 procedures per day

Total time spent on therapy is approximately 240-300 minutes daily.

HAL - Broad spectrum of use

Incomplete spinal cord injury
• Stroke
• Craniocerebral injury
• Multiple sclerosis
• Neurodegenerative diseases
• Muscular dystrophy
• Neuromuscular diseases

Results of HAL® therapy:

  • increases walking speed
  • reduces the need to use rehabilitation equipment
  • improves the superficial sensation
  • improved bladder and bowl functions
  • reduces spasticity
  • reduces neuropathic pain,
  • stimulates the cortical areas of the brain.

It is important that after completion of the therapy with neuromuscular biofeedback its effects remain stable, of course, provided that the patient.

How can you participate in HAL therapy?

As a paralyzed patient, ask your attending physician or physical therapist if you still have a residual activity in the muscles relevant for the hip and knee joints. Your medical records then need to be forwarded to Constance Care Rehabilitation Center where an initial medical evaluation will take place. 

The basis for the start of therapy is a positive result of the first (test) training. If the test training was successful and the patient is eligible for the HAL®treatment, we offer the therapeutic cycle which lasts for about 3 months or more.

 

 

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