"The Service is composed of a team of physiotherapists specialized in various techniques and/or therapeutic measures adapted to the pathological situation of each patient".
DR. MILAGROS CASADO CASADO DIRECTOR. REHABILITATION SERVICE
The Rehabilitation Service of the Clinica Universidad de Navarra is directed by a doctor specialized in physical medicine and rehabilitation, who diagnoses and assesses the needs of each patient and follows up on them.
The area is divided into different care lines according to the reason for the treatment: Cardiorespiratory, Sports, Extremities, Children, Lymphatic-Venous, Neurological, Spinal, Pelvic Floor and Tumor.
In addition, we offer different therapies adapted to the needs of each patient: kinesitherapy, electrotherapy, hydrotherapy and manual therapies.
The University of Navarra Clinic has a specific Neurorehabilitation Unit for patients who have lost or diminished neurological functions as a result of brain or spinal cord damage. It is composed of a multidisciplinary team of specialists from different areas.
Once the acute phase of the cerebral or neuronal damage has passed, the neurological deficits that may remain will only improve with a program of neurorehabilitation that is adequate in each case.
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Specialized units for a better attention
IN NAVARRE AND MADRID
(some of these services are only available at the Navarre headquarters)
Care of the affected limb and exercises
Restraint measures: bandages-pressure sleeves
Active global stretching
Heat, massage, ultrasound, aquatic rehabilitation
Maintenance or improvement of muscle strength
Prevention of contractures or deformities
Maintenance or improvement of function
Stimulation or prolongation of ambulation
Active gymnastics techniques
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Functional Rehabilitation Room
Rheumatology specialists and physical therapists work together to provide a complete recovery that includes diagnosis, treatment and subsequent rehab in the same hospital.
- Tendon Pathology.
- Osteoarthritis of the spine.
- Muscle contractures.
- Chronic arthritis.
- Plantar fasciitis.
- Degeneration of the cartilage of the patella.