Neurolocomotor rehabilitation is one of the major and highly specialized axes offered by the INAREF center. Our therapists constitute a multidisciplinary team, formed in world-class hospital-university institutions. Our care offer is based on the most up-to-date knowledge and on the latest advances in neurological and locomotor rehabilitation, due to our vocation of training and research, in particular in neurolocomotor rehabilitation. Our therapists are clinicians and researchers who have produced original articles in reference journals, allowing a permanent adaptation of our care offer in techniques and advanced functional rehabilitation programs.
Our team combines:
-A neurologist specializing in neuro-rehabilitation of movement
-A functional rehabilitator, pHD in neurolocomotor disability, graduate in osteo-articular and rheumatological rehabilitation as well as in medical therapy of systemic diseases
-A doctor, specialized in rehabilitation / hand equipment and neuro rehabilitation.
-Two physiotherapists graduated in neuro rehabilitation
The ailments that we take care of are many and varied and correspond to the qualifications of our therapists:
–Rehabilitation of neurological pathologies: Strokes, spastic paresis, Parkinson’s disease and other parkinsonian syndromes, Abnormal movements, Tremor, Spinal cord disorders, head trauma, infantile cerebral palsies, peripheral nerve diseases, neuropathic pain , muscular ailments, neuro-urological, dysphagic, genito-sexual complications of neurological diseases, post-surgical patients.
–Rehabilitation of orthopedic and trauma pathologies:
Fractures and their complications: clavicle, scapula, humerus, radius, ulna, two forearm bones, carpus, metacarpus, phalanges; femur, patella, tibia, uni and bi malleolar, talus, calcaneus, metatarsals; spine fractures with and without neurological signs, rib cage fractures, pelvic fractures.
Non-osseous articular traumatic diseases. Dislocations, sprains, muscle tears
Other surgical conditions of the musculoskeletal system: Wounds and contusions of the soft parts, Trauma to peripheral nerves, Amputations, Acquired deformities of the skeleton. Tendon ruptures, arthroplasties, arthrodeses, osteotomies. – bone, tendon and nerve grafts, surgery in rheumatology (osteoarthritis, Dupuyrien’s disease, PR.); – spine surgery, post-traumatic stiffness and ankylosis surgery.
–Rehabilitation of rheumatological pathologies:
Rheumatoid arthritis: acute rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis, arthritis of system diseases: (periarthritis nodosa, systemic lupus erythematosus, scleroderma, dermatomyositis)
Degenerative rheumatism: osteoarthritis (coxarthrosis, gonarthrosis, vertebral arthritis, rhizarthrosis, etc.), disco-radicular conflicts (cervico-brachial neuralgia, sciatic neuralgia, cruralgia, etc.), Congenital malformations (narrow canal, transitional anomalies, etc.) .
Abarticular pathologies: Rheumatological disorders affecting the tendons and their synovial sheath, bursae, capsules, aponeuroses, peripheral nerves (duct syndromes), tendonitis, tenosynovitis, rupture of the rotator cuff, etc.