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in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
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All kinds of proven methods of neurorehabilitation.
Leading specialists in Kazakhstan with foreign education. A unique author's rehabilitation course, which brought together the world's techniques to restore lost functions and stop the progression of the disease.
Diseases and conditions for which rehabilitation is carried out
Parkinson's disease, Parkinsonisms
Parkinson's disease is a slowly progressive degenerative disease characterized by resting tremors, stiffness, slowness of movement with a decrease in amplitude, and gait disturbance.
Parkinsonism is a neurological syndrome characterized by tremor, muscle rigidity, postural instability, and bradykinesia. These diseases are progressive in nature, have pronounced motor impairment. Along with mandatory drug treatment, these conditions require physical correction in order for the patient to remain in good physical shape for a long time. An individual approach, training in a special set of exercises will help the patient maintain his physical shape for a long time.
Alzheimer's disease
In our clinic, a patient with Alzheimer's disease will be able to receive complex treatment. We are the only clinic in Kazakhstan that is engaged in the rehabilitation of such patients. Rehabilitation takes 10 days using various, effective methods.
Tremor (trembling of the head, hands)
Tremor is involuntary, fast, rhythmic, oscillatory movements of body parts (head, hands, legs). Tremors can occur at rest, such as in Parkinson's disease, or in other neurological conditions where the tremor is exacerbated by fatigue or strong emotions. The tremor can also be physiological, manifested in the hands or other parts of the body (lips, neck, etc.), usually not felt by a person. This type of tremor occurs against the background of anxiety, fatigue, hypothermia, chemical poisoning or under the influence of drugs. Treatment for this type of tremor involves addressing the underlying disorder or avoiding triggers. All other types of tremor require treatment of the underlying disease. These are drug therapy, physical and physiotherapeutic methods. Unfortunately, tremor against the background of neurological diseases is difficult to correct. But with an integrated approach, connecting special exercises, physiotherapy, tremor can significantly decrease or disappear altogether. And when performing special physical exercises at home, it is possible to reduce the amplitude of the tremor for a long time and reduce or stop the progression of the disease.
Chronic, acute pain (headache, musculoskeletal)
Chronic and acute pain. Patients often come to our clinic with pain of various origins. It can be a headache, joint pain (for example, with rheumatoid arthritis, arthrosis, arthritis, etc.), muscle pain as a result of injuries, pain in the spine against the background of osteochondrosis. An integrated approach, the selection of a set of exercises, the impact of physiotherapeutic factors, favorably affect the cause of the disease and significantly reduce the intensity of pain, and often completely relieve pain.
Degenerative diseases of the spine (Osteachondrosis, Protrusions and Hernias)
Degenerative diseases of the spine. Osteochondrosis of the spine is a degenerative-dystrophic process that, as a rule, begins in the intervertebral disc with a gradual involvement of elements and structures in it, both of this spinal motion segment and of the entire spine as a whole. One of the main causes of its occurrence is malnutrition of the intervertebral disc as a result of systematic stress. An important role is played by the peculiarities of labor activity, weight lifting, prolonged stay in a forced working position, as well as the individual structure of the musculoskeletal system. This disease affects 98% of humanity. And if someone suffers this condition imperceptibly, then there are people whose back pain significantly affects their work and household activities, and in rare cases leads to disability. Regular courses of physiotherapy that improve the nutrition of the disc, restore impaired blood circulation in the spine, specially selected exercises to strengthen the muscles of the back, will significantly improve the quality of life of a person and make the pain rare and not pronounced. It is also possible to help patients who have undergone spinal surgery to rehabilitate and return to a normal lifestyle.
Conditions after operations on the brain and spinal cord
Conditions after operations on the brain and spinal cord. There are many reasons leading to operations on the shit and spinal cord. These are hemorrhages for various reasons (strokes, anomalies in the development of blood vessels, malformations, injuries, etc.), neoplasms of brain structures, developmental anomalies, diseases of the spine (protrusions, hernias, injuries, etc.). As a result, after operations, movement disorders, paresis, paralysis, muscle and joint pain often occur, self-care suffers, care falls on the shoulders of relatives. Only the active restoration of physical activity can significantly facilitate the patient's activities, returning him to normal life. In severe cases, it is necessary to help the person adjust to a limited lifestyle, improve self-care skills, adapt to additional means of transportation and care. The constant supervision of a rehabilitologist, the correction of motor skills as the condition improves, advice on movements and exercises will greatly facilitate the life of both the patient and relatives.
Consequences of strokes, craniocerebral injuries
The brain regulates the work of the entire human body and damage to any part of it has the most negative effect on the functional abilities of a person. Often, brain damage occurs as a result of stroke and traumatic brain injury. When the brain is damaged, various violations of body functions occur, including motor disorders. Both the patient and his relatives suffer. Physical rehabilitation is the most important method of restoring movement. Recovery should be gradual and incremental. When carrying out rehabilitation, it is necessary to take into account the degree of brain damage. Sometimes full recovery is not possible. Physical methods of rehabilitation allow mobilizing the reserve of damaged brain cells and restoring the brain's working capacity to the maximum. An important condition for rehabilitation is an early start and periodic maintenance courses. The main methods of physical rehabilitation on the basis of our clinic are physiotherapy exercises, apparatus physiotherapy and massage.
Consequences of injuries of peripheral nerves
Sequelae of peripheral nerve injury. Rehabilitation of patients with consequences of peripheral nerve injuries takes a long time. Physical methods that affect the acceleration of the processes of nerve regeneration and the restoration of lost functions are of paramount importance. In our clinic, we restore impaired functions of movement, sensitivity and pain syndrome with the help of physiotherapy exercises, massage and apparatus physiotherapy. Restoration of movements in the limbs is an essential condition for a person to return to a normal lifestyle.
Rheumatoid arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is a complex disease that requires long-term treatment. With untimely therapy, the disease can lead to disability. In the first place in the treatment of RA is drug treatment, which affects the cause of the disease, relieves inflammation and pain. Supportive care is required to keep joints in good condition and prevent exacerbations. Rehabilitation measures begin after the removal of inflammation in the joints. By improving blood circulation in the joints, the progression of the disease will be significantly slowed down. Treatment options at our clinic include physiotherapy (laser), massage, and exercise therapy to help prevent joint stiffness.
The rehabilitation complex takes place over 10 days
Specialists involved in rehabilitation:
Neurologist / parkinsonologist (consultation and management during rehabilitation, + discharge)
Physiotherapy (4 times as prescribed)
Speech therapist
Exercise therapy instructor
Argentine Tango Coach
Tai Chi trainer (3 times a week)
Every day there are classes with each specialist in advanced techniques.
Rehabilitation table

Monday: 08:00 - 13:00
Tuesday: 09:00 - 13:30
Wednesday: 08:00 - 13:00
Thursday: 09:00 - 13:30
Friday: 08:00 - 13:00
Saturday: day off
Sunday is a day off
Daily Plan
- morning exercises 1 hour (cerebral motor skills, exercises for joints)
- speech therapist 25 min
- psychotherapist 25 min
- parkinsonologist (by invitation)
- physiotherapy exercises - the rest of the time (bicycle, running machine, ellipse, stretching machine, boxing, exercises - kicks, hands, for dexterity, balance, coordination, etc.)
- physiotherapy 10-30 min as directed
- group training 30 min - 1 h (tai chi, logarithm or Nordic walking)

Price: 10 days - 250 thousand tenge
5 days - 125 thousand tenge

Rehabilitation is appointed after consultation with a doctor

Rehabilitation takes place on an outpatient basis. without hospitalization
Thanks to the approach of different specialists, each patient sees an improvement! We brainstorm the most complex case histories of our patients.

What is rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation or restorative treatment is a complex of medical, pedagogical, psychological and other types of measures aimed at the maximum possible restoration or compensation of impaired or completely lost, as a result of illness or injury, normal mental and physiological functions (needs) of the human body, its ability to work.

Unlike treatment, rehabilitation is carried out during the absence of the acute phase of the pathological process in the body.

Types of rehabilitation

There are 2 concepts - rehabilitation and habilitation. Rehabilitation is a measure to restore a person's ability to self-service and social life, and habilitation is the process of forming new abilities and habits that were absent before. Habilitation is mainly carried out for children with congenital diseases or diseases that arose in infancy, when motor skills have not yet been formed.

Types of rehabilitation:

1. Medical rehabilitation

2. Physical rehabilitation

3. Psychological rehabilitation

4. Social (domestic) rehabilitation

5. Labor (professional) rehabilitation

Why is rehabilitation needed?

1. Full restoration of the functionality of various body systems;

2. Development of compensatory adaptations to the conditions of everyday life and work;

3. Restoration of household opportunities;

4. Prevention of the development of pathological processes, complications, i.e. secondary prevention.
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