Angel Care provides its residents with a wide range of physiotherapy treatments. All residents go through a medical examination, after which they are advised to take part in a specific type of physical activities. Residents carry out their individual training regime along with other residents in gymnasiums. We also offer group training sessions, which not only boost fitness, but also provide an invaluable opportunity for socializations and building a community. For those residents, whose health status and medical history require intensive rehabilitation, we have additional physiotherapy packages to offer.
Individual training regime
Every resident does exercises specially selected to match their abilities. These exercises are aimed at general health improvement. A few residents train in one room, while a physiotherapist monitors and ensures that all exercises are done correctly and with the right intensity.
Group training sessions for general health
The character f these exercises is recreational. They are intended to boost our residents' fitness levels. It is a pleasant, easy way to stimulate blood flow and respiration as well as muscles and joints. Our residents also have the unique opportunity to play sports such as mini basket ball or mini baseball.
Additional physiotherapy packages:
Orthopedic rehabilitation for residents suffering from musculoskeletal problems. Osteoarthritis, broken bones, joint immobility and sprains often lead to dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system, which result in pain or limited mobility.
The aim of the orthopedic rehabilitation program is to regain mobility, strengthen the muscles, increase mobility and eliminate pain. All these actions are governed by the main goal, which is gaining or retaining proper day to day functioning.
The Ortho Care program is also advised to patients who are awaiting scheduled surgery (e.g. hip or knee joint replacement) and who wish to be well prepared. In this case, rehabilitation reduces the period of time need to recover following the procedure.
Aims of the program:
Physiotherapy following a stroke is a complex and long-term process. It should be introduced as soon as possible following the event. Beginning rehabilitation early reduces the risk of relapsing into incorrect movement patterns. It also allows one to take full advantage of the brain's plasticity to regain lost function.
Aims of the program: