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Rehabilitation is the overall process of helping a patient undergo their treatment as well as possible. This process includes the period before, during, and after getting the medical treatment. Unquestionably, rehabilitation is a vital part of the overall result of a treatment and if it will be taken care of professionally can lead to the desired results. The overall goal of a professional rehabilitation process would be to deliver the patient great care, fewer complications, rapid mobilization, Promote and stimulate patient autonomy, better postoperative comfort, less pain, etc.

Depending on each patient, the rehabilitation process differs. As an example, the patients who are being treated for Alzheimer’s would need cognitive rehabilitation to improve and sustain their memory. Whereas a patient having undergone a knee replacement surgery, would need physiotherapy sessions as their rehabilitation process.  

 

Trust Careful trip with your rehabilitation

It goes without saying that improving the quality of patient care is the priority of the Careful trip team. We started this mission with the ambition to arrange for patients and their families with a personalized quality response, at all levels, in a context of optimal security. Furthermore, we are committed to providing you with a healthcare team at your service 24/7 to give the peace of mind. Our doctors are highly experienced, professional in their fields, and always open to new medical technologies and advancements.

The initial objective of our rehabilitation centers is oriented towards the care of patients suffering from various pathologies. Throughout their stay, the medical and paramedical professionals including surgeons, anesthetists, physicians, physiotherapists, nutritionists, psychologists, etc.

Medical and paramedical professionals at rehabilitation centers collaborating with Careful trip have provided rehabilitation programs that aim to prevent, repair, improve and re-educate the impaired functions, or if necessary develop compensations for the adaptation to life as normal as possible.




FAQ

In fact, it means a completely non-invasive action for physical therapy of muscles. People with musculoskeletal disorders, joint pain, cardiovascular disease, and the like can improve the function of these muscles by doing this and using manual physiotherapy techniques.

Sometimes, due to the patient's excessive pain, it may be necessary for the person to have consecutive physiotherapy sessions. If the patient does not have severe pain, most physiotherapy sessions are prescribed 3 days a week. If physiotherapy is performed without interruption, the best results are obtained

Rehabilitation of muscles after injury, fracture and surgery, treatment of neurological problems such as stroke, Parkinson's disease or head injuries, treatment of jaw problems, treatment of injuries caused by accidents, treatment of injuries caused by sitting behind a desk, and finally treatment All the problems that involve the muscles.

Yes, it is possible to treat several organs at the same time with the help of physiotherapy, but the time of physiotherapy sessions is a bit longer.

Physiotherapy is a completely non-invasive procedure with no side effects. If you are pregnant, it is recommended that you do not have pelvic physiotherapy.