Neurological conditions

• The consequences of Cerebral Vascular Accidents (CVA), of ischemic origin (atheroma, embolism, embologenic heart disease, lacuna, arteritis), or hemorrhagic (spontaneous hematoma, ruptured aneurysm, coagulopathy, etc.): the objective of the care is to support the patient to regain autonomy in order to allow a return home and promote the resumption of a professional activity.

• Patients with progressive chronic neurological diseases such as, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Multiple sclerosis (MS), myasthenia gravis, neuromuscular diseases etc…:
We identify two types of hospitalization
o Hospitalization following a disabling attack: the objective is to support neurological recovery and organize the return home, taking into account the loss of autonomy and allowing the patient and his entourage to adapt to a new functional situation in the event of non-recovery
o An evaluation and rehabilitation stay: whether it involves testing equipment or technical aids, or improving remaining functional capacities, or finally relieving the patient’s entourage in the situations of great dependence.
• Patients with dementia and cognitive impairment:
Alzheimer’s disease, LEWY’s dementia, head trauma, etc.

Osteo-articular disorders

• Patients suffering from trauma pathologies: following osteo-articular trauma, multiple trauma, spine fractures, etc.
• Patients suffering from orthopedic pathologies: arthroplasty, following prosthetic surgery, operated musculo-ligamentous pathologies, following spinal surgery, amputation of limbs, fitting, etc.
• Patients suffering from rheumatological pathologies: chronic inflammatory rheumatism, disabling organic back pain, herniated discs and spine operated on, etc.

The purpose of Functional Rehabilitation is to prevent and treat disability. Rehabilitation and rehabilitation activities must ensure that the accident leaves as few consequences as possible or that the disease is slowed down in its progression.

Metabolic disorders

• Patients suffering from pathologies requiring nutritional rehabilitation such as:
o Poorly balanced type 1 and type 2 diabetes;
o Severe obesity.
o Associated comorbidities or sequelae of overweight;
o Eating disorders associated with obesity requiring rehabilitation.
o The metabolic syndrome.
o Psychosomatic disorders with a digestive component;
o Endocrine pathologies with metabolic complication.
Complete nutritional rehabilitation hospitalization is particularly indicated in situations of morbidity or comorbidity, severity of symptoms, the need for a break with the usual environment, the need for monitoring by professionals

Cardiovascular disorders

Patients treated following cardiac surgery, carriers of coronary heart disease, victims of a myocardial infarction, chronic heart failure, infectious endocarditis, arterial disease of the lower limbs, or high blood pressure.

The objective of hospitalization in Cardiovascular Rehabilitation is to:
o improve the physical performance and psychological well-being of patients;
o fight against cardiovascular risk factors
o Develop health education;
o Allow early professional reintegration and rapid recovery of self-confidence

Lung disorders

Management of patients with respiratory pathologies such as: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, dilation of the bronchi, pre and post thoracic surgery, restrictive pathologies, respiratory diseases linked to obesity, lung cancer, pulmonary tuberculosis .

The goal of Respiratory Rehabilitation is to improve patients’ adaptation to exertion and reduce their dyspnea.