Physiotherapy support clients after spinal cord injury when returning to everyday life. Regular exercise has a positive effect on improving physical fitness, improving respiratory functions, reducing pain (including spasticity), maintaining the physiological joint range, preventing arthritic changes, stability, stereognosis (the perception of your own body in space), increasing muscle strength and, last but not least, leading to overall physical and mental health.
Professional social counseling helps people with spinal cord injury to find the right solution and information needed to cope with a new life situation. We support our clients in their return to life, in exercising their rights and legitimate interests, in dealing with the authorities and other institutions. The team of experts provides clients with support in the field of social, legal, psychological, occupational, and also in the area of barrier-free.
Ergotherapy is an integral part of the client’s complex rehabilitation after spinal cord injury. During self-sufficiency exercises, clients train, for example, the stability of the fuselage, which is essential both for safe riding in the wheelchair and during movements. They also rehearse the dress code, experience fine motor skills, and graphomotorics. Last but not least, they can also deal with sexual function disorders with an occupational therapist. In the practice of self-service skills, an integral part of the team is also an instructor of self-sufficiency. Thanks to his experience of living in a wheelchair pass advice and tips on how to handle the activity more often and at the same time better.