Rehabilitation, in short, is recovery under medical supervision after surgery, injury or accident. Our specialist guidance is needed when you have suffered an injury due to an accident or need help recovering after surgery or hospitalization.
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When you are injured in an accident, you may experience difficulty functioning in daily life. Orthopedic rehabilitation is all about proper functioning of the musculoskeletal system. Rehabilitation can take place before surgery (pre-operative) but can be particularly important after surgery (post-operative).
The rehabilitation process is always in consultation with an orthopedic surgeon so that we can offer you the best quality. In addition, rehabilitation can be done without surgery (conservative). Here the assessment is then made that with proper training no surgery will be necessary.
This form of rehabilitation focuses on examining and treating sports injuries. Learn more about this type of sports rehabilitation at this link.
Physiotherapy & Training Amsterdam is a member of the REACH network (REhabilitation After Critical Illness and Hospital discharge). REACH includes a regional network of first- and second-line professionals involved with the rehabilitation of (complex) patients after hospitalization. Fysiotherapie & Training Amsterdam physical therapists are specialized in the specific problems of patients after Intensive Care (IC) admission.
COVID-19 is a virus that has played a major role in the Netherlands since 2020. This virus can cause persistent symptoms in a group of people. After you have had COVID-19, you may continue to experience decreased fitness, shortness of breath, shortness of breath, fatigue, pain or weakened muscles and joints.
The condition is also called “Pulmonary COVID” or “Post-COVID. Lung CAVID can have quite an impact on the body and mental state. With a customized rehabilitation program, we ensure a faster and better recovery. You are eligible for coverage of paramedic care from the basic insurance. The conditions attached:
- The first physical therapy treatment falls within six months of the acute illness stage;
- A referral from a primary care physician or specialist is necessary (referral for a second treatment period is possible);
- The insured first pays his/her mandatory (and voluntary) deductible;
Physiotherapy & Training physical therapists have specific knowledge about oncology conditions and their concomitant consequences. We can help you regain balance in daily functioning. Treatments explicitly address disorders, impairments and participation problems. Treatments explicitly address disorders, impairments and participation problems.The problems are often related to the disorder itself or the medical treatment(s). The most common problems resulting from cancer:
- Loss of fitness and strength;
- Tension complaints.
Research has shown that (continuing) exercise and training in a safe environment has a positive impact on the maintenance and/or recovery of load capacity. This is true at different stages of the disease. This is true at different stages of the disease. Even during chemo and/or radiation treatments, there is evidence to continue training.
In most cases, treatments are covered by basic insurance. This means that from the 21st treatment the costs are reimbursed from the basic insurance. The first 20 treatments are covered by supplementary insurance or are at your own expense. Please consult your insurer or feel free to ask us for further information.
Rehabilitation after a CVA
Rehabilitation after a CVA
Cerebro Vasculair Accident (CVA) refers to “accident in the blood vessels of the brain” and is also known as a stroke. Stroke is the collective term for a TIA, cerebral infarction and cerebral hemorrhage. In a TIA, a blood vessel is briefly closed by a clot. In cerebral infarction, a clot closes a blood vessel in the brain but does not dissolve on its own, and in cerebral hemorrhage, the blood vessel in the brain tears open. In all three conditions, the symptoms are similar. Stroke may result:
Difficulty maintaining balance;
An arm that is not functioning properly;
After a CVA, rehabilitation usually follows. Under our expert guidance, recovery is worked on so that the patient can return to doing as much as possible for themselves. Rehabilitation takes an average of six months. The greatest progress occurs in the first few weeks after the stroke but improvement can still occur after the first few months to years. If you are self-sufficient enough, the physical therapists will be happy to help you with continued recovery. The therapists can work with you to practice everyday activities.