Rehabilitation following a coronavirus infection
Emergency care is provided after an accident or illness, if necessary - also in an intensive care setting. Prompt treatment is essential to the success of treatment, as the first few hours after an acute neurological episode are critical. Vital functions are often limited, so prompt and qualified patient treatment is required.
The early rehabilitation phase involves the treatment and rehabilitation of severely injured patients. Due to the severity of the patient's condition, he still requires intensive medical supervision and therapeutic measures. Many professionals (doctors of various specialties, physiotherapists, caregivers, and social services) work with patients and their families to restore vital functions, sensorimotor and coordination, and mental, cognitive, and psychological functions. This also requires specially equipped beds in intensive care equipment.
Stage NRP-M (after initial rehabilitation) focuses on developing everyday skills. Patients can already respond, and their condition is stable, but some still require serious care. Physicians, physiotherapists, medical staff, and social services work within interdisciplinary teams to develop individualized therapy for each patient's specific clinical status.
Phase NRP-M Daycare involves preparation for professional reintegration. Patients are already largely independent in terms of daily routine activities. Therefore, in the NRP-M Daycare phase, the verification of work and professional competence comes to the fore, as well as the training of mental and psychological functions and social, cultural, and leisure competence. Restoring professional skills or retraining can result in full reintegration into the professional environment.
Neurological and mental illnesses often go hand in hand. Our special department combines both levels of treatment in an interdisciplinary and organizational manner.