Treatment is aimed at improving the child’s motor, cognitive and speech skills, normalising muscle tone, increasing the active and passive range of motion, and improving blood circulation, metabolism and tissue trophics.
The Early Rehabilitation Program is aimed at overcoming motor, mental, and speech development delays, which are caused by perinatal lesions of the nervous system during pregnancy, childbirth, or during the infant’s first few months.
This rehabilitation program targets patients suffering from various forms of vetrebrogenic diseases, visceropathy, impaired posture and scoliosis (see Indications and Contraindications).
Observational analysis of the development of children in their first year, who underwent the Early Rehabilitation Programme, showed high effectiveness and a decrease in the number of children who became disabled.
This rehabilitation programme is indicated for patients with complications caused by different diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system, including patients who have undergone limb surgery, who need to restore their limb functions.
The Spiral motion correction programme is designed to build new, correct motor stereotypes and eliminate pathological motor patterns. The Spiral Suit, designed specifically to correct movements, is used in all training sessions.
Recent experimental evidence suggests that virtual reality technologies have great potential in the neurological rehabilitation of patients suffering from movement and balance disorders. By combining physical therapy exercise with specialized computer games we are trying to interest the patient in proper execution of movements and keep a positive emotional background during the training.