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Clinic for Outpatient Neurological Rehabilitation Cologne

Cologne, Germany

The Clinic for Outpatient Neurological Rehabilitation Cologne, which began its work back in 1998, is proud of a long successful experience in the rehabilitation of patients who need neurological rehabilitation. It offers patients a comprehensive, individualized treatment concept based on the very latest standards of modern medicine. The main goal of all specialists of the clinic is successful reintegration of patients into daily and professional life.

The clinic employs highly qualified specialists in neurosurgery, neurology, psychiatry, outstanding physiotherapists, speech therapists, ergotherapists, nutritionists, social workers and specially trained nursing staff. The doctors make every effort and use all their expertise to help patients with neurological pathology find a new life.

The clinic has a very strict quality management system that complies with the international standard DIN EN ISO 9001: 2015. All rehabilitation measures comply with the current international guidelines and recommendations of the Federal Working Group on Rehabilitation in Frankfurt (BAR).

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Department of Neurological Rehabilitation

Anuschka Rodenberg Dr. med.



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Cologne is a city with a long and turbulent history. The city was founded in the time of the Romans, the first mention of it dates back to 50 BC. To date, the city is the largest center of industry, science, culture and trade in the North Rhine-Westphalia region and throughout Germany.

The main attraction of the city is the Cologne Cathedral – the largest Gothic cathedral in Germany, which is under the protection of UNESCO and is a symbol of the city. Its construction began in 1248, however, the works were completed only in 1880. The Cologne Cathedral miraculously survived during the Second World War. Its height is 144 m, while its width makes up 86 m. In addition to the cathedral, the city has twelve Romanesque churches, among them the most interesting are the St. Martin’s Church, the St. Andrew’s Church, the St. Severin’s Church and others.

The Old Town has many pedestrian streets, where it is pleasant and curious to stroll. Monuments of ancient Roman architecture, in particular, the Roman tower, are among the most outstanding architectural structures of the city. Also, the Old Town houses large galleries, concert venues and museums, where everyone will find something to do to taste.