MEDIAN Klinik Berlin-Kladow

Berlin, Germany

About us MEDIAN Klinik Berlin-Kladow

Median Berlin Kladow Rehabilitation Clinic (Median Klinik Berlin-Kladow) is one of the 43 clinics of the Median Kliniken Group with the Head office in Berlin, specializing in neurological, cardiological, psychosomatic and orthopedic rehabilitation. This clinic was established in 1989, and over the years it took its well-deserved position in the health system of Berlin. Median Berlin Kladow Rehabilitation Clinic specializes in rehabilitation of patients from rehabilitation of Phase B with artificial lung ventilation to medical and occupational rehabilitation within orthopedics and neurology. Medical professionals of the clinic use in their work different kinds of therapy based on their own developments and the best modern technologies such as kinetotherapy, therapy with botulinum toxin, as well as immune therapy. Among other things the clinic offers:

  • Follow up care and rehabilitation
  • Early neurological rehabilitation (Phase C, B, including artificial lung ventilation)
  • Inpatient treatment
  • Partially inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation
  • Patients are offered to be in the clinic together with accompanying persons

Services for private patients and for patients who stay at the clinic for their own account.

Location of hospital

Berlin is the capital city of Germany. Berlin is a world city of culture, politics, media, and science. Up to now the city has still remained some medieval buildings. After the Second World War historic buildings and residential areas have been restored in both parts of the city, to which new areas were added: Lichtenberg and Marzahn in the eastern part of the city, Markisches Viertel in the northern part of West Berlin. The most noticeable old buildings of Berlin are St. Mary's Church, Berlin Cathedral, the Opera House, the Rotes Rathaus (Red City Hall), the Reichstag building (rebuilt in 1999), Schloss Bellevue (Bellevue Palace). The Brandenburg Gate and Victory Column is the best known Berlin’s landmark. And Buddy Bear is another striking symbol, expressing the openness and tolerance of the German capital city.