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    6th Dept. Neurology

    Neurorehabilitation

    Early rehabilitation of patients after stroke and craniocerebral trauma, admission of waking coma patients to our Apallic Care Unit.
    A comprehensive physiotherapy program (Bobath, PNF, Vojta, Maitland, Kaltenborn, Cyriax, McKenzie, APM, functional kinematics), occupational therapy, speech therapy and neuropsychological training program is offered. If necessary, video cinematographic examinations for dysphagia and botox treatment for spastic muscle shortening are performed. Social work is consulted if necessary.

    Pain therapy

    Our offer is aimed at patients with acute or chronic low back pain ("lumbago", "sciatica") as well as cervical discomfort ("cervical syndrome") due to disc problems or degenerative spinal disorders. But also painful conditions in polyneuropathies or other diseases of the peripheral nerves and nerve roots are comprehensively treated in our department. Chronic headaches are also clarified and treated. In addition to all common physical and drug treatments, we have extensive experience and expertise in the field of CT-assisted root blocks (cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine), radiofrequency denervation of facet and sacroiliac joints, or sympathetic dislocations or stellate blockades. Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), neurotherapeutic and psychotherapeutic procedures as well as the clarification and preparation concerning spinal cord stimulation and similar invasive procedures are offered.

    Diagnosis and treatment of multiple sclerosis

    Diagnostic evaluation (including neuroimaging, neurophysiology, CSF diagnostics), adjustment to an immunomodulating therapy, psychotherapy-oriented talk therapy, botox therapy for spastic muscle shortening, and physiotherapy according to common concepts such as Bobath, PNF, Vojta, Maitland, Kaltenborn, Cyriax, McKenzie, APM, functional kinematics and, if necessary, multimodal neurorehabilitation in the inpatient setting.