Rehabilitation Clinic Waldbronn
Department of Orthopedic Rehabilitation (390933)
Specialized in: orthopedic rehabilitation
The Department of Orthopedic Rehabilitation offers treatment of all diseases and functional disorders, in which rehabilitation therapy is possible. The department specializes in the rehabilitation after joint replacement surgery (shoulder, hip, knee, ankle), after open operations on the spine (spondylodesis, implantation of intervertebral disk endoprosthesis, etc.), treatment of other spinal and rheumatic diseases. The Chief Physician of the department is Prof. Dr. med. Andreas Veihelmann.
An essential part of treatment in the Department of Therapy is pain therapy. The specialists of the department successfully eliminate pain syndromes caused by degenerative diseases, functional disorders, protrusions and intervertebral disc hernias, as well as by chronic pains in the spine or large and small joints. In addition, the Rehabilitation Clinic Waldbronn has the appropriate experience and technologies for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis.
Therapeutic options of the department:
- Minimally invasive X-ray surgery with the use of C-arm
- Special nutrition. Trainings on medical nutrition
- A wide range of physiotherapeutic procedures, including physiotherapy, sports therapy and balneophysical therapy
- Clinical psychology
- Occupational therapy (ergotherapy)
- Social counseling
Within the department, all services are offered on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. The treatment is consistent with all recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO).
The department’s spectrum of services includes the diagnosis and treatment of the following diseases and conditions:
- Degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system
- Postoperative treatment and rehabilitation after
- Orthopedic surgery
- Intervertebral disc surgery
- Corrective interventions on the joints
- Endoprosthetics (hip, knee and shoulder)
- Chronic pain syndrome
- Further treatment after
- Injuries due to accident
- Sports injuries of the musculoskeletal system
- Inflammatory rheumatic diseases of the spine and joint upon completion of the acute phase in
- Chronic polyarthritis
- Bechterew's disease
- Conditions after limb loss
- Training on handling prostheses and training on walking in amputations of the hip or lower leg
- Other diseases.
- Waldbronn, Germany