Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic Schmieder Clinics Heidelberg
According to the reputable Focus magazine, the Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic Schmieder Clinics Heidelberg ranks among the top German medical facilities specializing in the rehabilitation treatment of patients with neurological disorders!
The clinic positions itself as a highly specialized medical center, all efforts of which are aimed at restoring the lost movement, cognitive and speech functions in patients with diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system. The medical institution is part of the Rehabilitation Center Network founded by Prof. Friedrich Georg Schmieder in 1950. In addition, the rehabilitation center is an academic clinic at the University Hospital Heidelberg.
The clinic has an excellent infrastructure, advanced diagnostic rooms and medical treatment rooms for all kinds of rehabilitation measures available in modern medicine. The clinic's specialization covers all phases of neurological rehabilitation – from phase A to phases D and E. The rehabilitation therapists of the medical facility use an individual approach to each patient, surround him with care, show understanding and humanity during the entire period of rehabilitation.
The motto of the rehabilitation clinic is “Never give up!". A competent interdisciplinary team of physicians, consisting of physiotherapists, ergotherapists, therapeutic exercise specialists, speech therapists, neuropsychologists and specially trained nursing staff, make every effort to ensure that the patient believes in himself and in the successful outcome of rehabilitation treatment. After comprehensive diagnostics and assessment of the patient's nervous system, the physicians jointly develop the most effective rehabilitation program. The clinic offers more than ten different special therapies, which are available only in the best medical facilities of this kind in the world. In addition, the rehabilitation center uses many innovative developments that are the result of close cooperation between the Research Institute of the Schmieder Network and the University Hospitals in Heidelberg, Freiburg, Tuebingen, Mannheim and Magdeburg.
The highest quality of medical services provided in the clinic was awarded by the prestigious German KTQ certificate (Cooperation for Transparency and Quality in Healthcare) and the IQMG certificate (Institute for Quality Management in Healthcare). In addition, the clinic annually admits a large number of patients from abroad, which confirms its reputability in the international medical arena.
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The patients of the Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic Schmieder Clinics Heidelberg live in comfortable spacious rooms made in a modern design. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. The bathroom also includes a hairdryer, a bathrobe and toiletries. The patient room furnishing includes an automatically adjustable bed, a bedside table, a small sofa, HD TV, a telephone, a safe and a fridge. The patient rooms also have Wi-Fi. The windows of the patient rooms offer a picturesque view of the forest.
Meals and Menus
The patient and the accompanying person are offered a daily choice of three menus. Additionally, they are provided with fruits, juices, soft drinks, pastries. If you are on a specific diet for any reason, you will be offered an individual menu. Please inform the medical staff about your dietary preferences prior to the treatment.
Standard rooms include:
During the inpatient program, an accompanying person may stay with the patient in the room or at a hotel. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.
During the outpatient program, the patient may stay at the hotel. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.
Located on the banks of the Neckar River, in the northwest of Baden-Württemberg, Heidelberg is the largest city in Germany, as well as the oldest university city in the country. Since Heidelberg was not damaged by bombing during the Second World War, the old part of the city has retained its original appearance. Walking along the narrow streets and cozy alleys of this amazing city, one involuntarily plunges into its glorious historical past. In 2004, Heidelberg's old city was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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