Stroke, trauma or brain disease can affect one or several of your brain functions – such as speech, movement and attention. cereneo provides a comprehensive rehabilitation program that allows patients to get better in all areas.
Mobility, balance and arm/hand function mean independence and ensure a high quality of life. That is why movement therapy (physiotherapy & occupational therapy) is an integral part of any stroke recovery treatment. We combine different training methods with high-tech equipment to achieve the best for our patients.
Language is a highly complex brain function and so are the different deficit patterns. Each pattern requires specific training. Swallowing is a function essential to one’s quality of life and well-being. We analyse our patients’ deficits, so that the speech therapist can implement the best possible training concept and adequate dietary intake.
Any brain injury can reduce the ability to pay attention, to memorise and to think and plan ahead. We use, examine and train all the so-called higher cognitive functions such as abstract reasoning, memory, spatial imagination and attention. The training uses computer based exercises or daily life situation base on the patient’s interests and needs.
FROM NUTRITIONAL ADVICE TO BRAIN STIMULATION
We provide multiple services that address additional problems and requirements patients and their relatives might have. At cereneo, you may receive dedicated nursing care for all care levels, nutritional advice, social conselling and supporting therapies such as brain stimulation.
Our neurorehabilitation clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art movement analysis, robotic systems and other innovative devices to complement the hands-on training with the therapist.
Indego® Exoskeleton by Parker Hannifin
This wearable leg Exoskeleton allows patients with brain or spinal cord injuries to walk while the legs are being moved by the robot. This trains balance and lower limb function.
ZeroG® by Aretech
This innovative over-ground gait training tool helps to train mobility and balance. Dynamic partial body weight support (DBWS) reduces the risk of falling whilst offering the patient a real world experience.
Training on a split-belt treadmill with different velocities for each limb can trigger brain adaptations that render the gait more symmetrical. After a stroke this can be used to make the gait faster and less exhausting.