Initial Rehabilitation Program for Demyelinating Diseases of the CNS
Demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system (CNS) are characterized by the presence of foci or plaques of demyelination (loss of myelin) in some areas throughout the neuraxis, leaving motor, visual, speech, and bladder control sequelae, affecting independence in basic daily life activities.
The program proposed by CIREN is intended to improve many functions with a system of comprehensive and intensive rehabilitation.
Initial rehabilitation program for demyelinating diseases of the CNS program includes the following:
- 28 Nights of hospitalization. (The Hospitalization will include accommodation in a private room, nursing care and medical assistance, evaluation and preparation of medical history, as well as three course meals).
- Specialized medical care and physiotherapy
- Neurology medical Interconsultation
- Neuropsychology medical Interconsultation
- Diagnostic tests, which includes:
- Poliphysiotherapy (38 sessions)
- Ozone therapy (10 sessions)