Personalised neurorrehabilitation programme for stroke
The personalised stroke neurorehabilitation programme is aimed at patients who have suffered a stroke and who have the capacity to actively collaborate in a personalised outpatient neurorehabilitation programme. The techniques used are physiotherapy, occupational therapy, neuropsychology and speech therapy. At the end of the treatment, a clinical re-assessment is carried out where the doctor makes an assessment to reveal the progress made and the patient is given a discharge report with final recommendations.
TYPES OF INTERVENTION
Initially, a medical assessment is carried out to determine the patient’s suitability for the treatment, as well as the guidelines and duration of the treatment, which can be:
The Intensive Treatment consists of 30 sessions, from Monday to Friday, distributed as follows:
- Physiotherapy (60´)
- Occupational therapy (60´)
- Neuropsychology or speech therapy (60´)
The Semi Intensive Treatment consists of 20 sessions on alternate days (2/3 times per week), distributed as follows:
- Physiotherapy or occupational therapy (60´)
- Neuropsychology (individual, group, GNPT) or speech therapy (60´)
The Guttmann Brain Health Institute is an initiative of the Institut Guttmann, an international centre of reference in the neurorehabilitation of pathologies that are neurological in origin. The Stroke and Acquired Brain Damage Clinic therefore comes with the guarantee of the Institut Guttmann, as well as offering its 54 years of experience helping people recover after a stroke, traumatic brain injury or other type of brain damage and achieve the highest possible level of autonomy. Likewise, the entire team of professionals at the Guttmann Brain Health Institute is trained in the most innovative treatments and the very best methodologies, pursuing the values of the Institut Guttmann to offer personalised treatments with full scientific rigour and a friendly service.