The neuromotor rehabilitation department, accredited with the Regional Health System, treats people with various motor disabilities resulting from both neurological and orthopedic diseases.
Neurological rehabilitation treats people with outcomes of diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system; particular expertise has been gained in the treatment of conditions resulting from outcomes of cerebrovascular or neurodegenerative diseases (Parkinson’s).
Orthopedic rehabilitation treats subjects with outcomes of traumatic or degenerative osteoarthromuscular system diseases.
Upon admission, a rehabilitation plan is formulated by the various professionals involved in the various stages of rehabilitation: physicians (physiatrist or neurologist), physical therapist, speech therapist, occupational therapist, psychologist.
The plan is shared with the patient and his or her family members indicating the results it is proposed to achieve and the therapies to be followed at later times in the rehabilitation process.
The assessment is also performed using technological equipment as well as using the main internationally validated disability scales in the diagnostic definition.