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What is Neurology?


In neurology, diseases of the central nervous system (CNS) such as strokes, craniocerebral injuries, paraplegia or multiple sclerosis are mainly treated. These normally show very complex disturbance patterns that regress comparatively slowly and only rarely completely.


These include the following clinical pictures:

  • Apoplectic insult (stroke)

  • traumatic brain injury

  • Paraplegia

  • peripheral paralysis

  • multiple sclerosis

  • Parkinson's disease

  • Tumors

  • Alzheimer's and dementia


  • Inhibition and reduction of pathological posture and movement patterns

  • Initiation of normal movement sequences

  • Activation and strengthening of the muscles

  • Improvement of gross and fine motor skills, balance and coordination

  • Avoiding contractures

  • Brain performance training to improve neuropsychological functions such as concentration, attention, ability to react, retentiveness, memory

  • Understanding sub-steps of an action (practice), recognizing everyday objects or capturing space, time and people

  • Learning of substitute functions

  • Training in everyday activities with a view to personal, domestic and professional independence

  • Instructions for relatives with regard to handling the patient (positioning in bed, sitting up in bed, transferring to a wheelchair, mobilizing care, etc.)

  • Advice on suitable aids that improve the patient's independence

  • Advice on adapting living space, especially in the case of permanent disabilities


At the beginning of the treatment there is always a detailed functional analysis / assessment, as well as the creation of a joint rehabilitation concept taking into account individual needs. The therapy takes place depending on the patient's mobility in the practice or as part of a home visit.

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