TYPES OF REHABILITATION IN SWITZERLAND
Rehabilitation is a process no less complex and important than the treatment itself. Often, for example, after spinal injuries or strokes, the patient loses some skills and literally begins to learn everything all over again. A lot depends on which specialists will be nearby at this moment. The staff of Swiss clinics, including the attendants, impeccably follows all the recommendations and conditions of the rehabilitation plan. The success of rehabilitation treatment is monitored regularly, sometimes daily. The results of this approach are successful restoration of health even after the most complex procedures.
Patients often turn to Swiss clinics in the following areas:
Rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system
The rehabilitation programs offered in Swiss clinics have several goals: to restore motor functions, increase endurance, minimize pain, help the patient regain a sense of self-confidence and return him to a normal independent life. The main attention is paid to physiotherapy exercises on special simulators, as well as physiotherapy procedures.
Cardiac rehabilitation is designed to help patients who have had a heart attack, bypass surgery, or any other operation on the heart or great vessels, return to a full normal life. Cardio rehabilitation programs in Swiss clinics involve a multidisciplinary approach with various classes and procedures - exercise therapy and exercise equipment to increase endurance, as well as a special diet and behavioral psychotherapy to eliminate possible risk factors in the future.
It is used after long-term oncological treatment. It is available both in the format of physiotherapy and the help of a psychologist. It is selected exclusively individually, based on the transferred treatment: operations, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, etc.
Physiotherapy is used in the treatment of a number of diseases, injuries and pathological conditions and is designed to promote healing and recovery of the body, as well as to prevent adverse consequences. Physiotherapy treatments stimulate the restoration of mobility, strength, endurance and coordination. Another goal is to relieve pain and improve metabolic processes. Methods that have proven to be effective include manual therapy, exercise therapy, osteopathy, and PNF (Neuromuscular Proprioceptive Restoration).
Psychological rehabilitation in Switzerland treats disorders such as depression, burnout, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder. This also includes conditions after chronic diseases and serious accidents, which are often accompanied by mental disorders. Complex therapy improves both the physical and mental state of the patient, which significantly improves the quality of his life.
For patients with chronic lung diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis and bronchial asthma, there are comprehensive pulmonary rehabilitation programs in Switzerland. An interdisciplinary team of experienced professionals will develop for you an individual program of physical training, relaxation and learning the principles of self-control. The completed course will help you improve your condition and learn to better cope with the disease.