Achievements of our patients
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Olesya, born in 1983, in February 2017 received a brain injure (TBI) as a result of a sudden fall in a bathroom. She was hospitalized to Odessa Regional hospital.
In March 2017 Olesya was admitted to NODUS for rehabilitation. She had two inpatient specialized neurorehabilitation courses: March 9 – September 15, 2017, and October 9 – December 8, 2017.
At admission the patient suffered from the following :
• subacute period of severe closed cranio-cerebral trauma (TBI), severe brain contusion
• moderate pathological spasticity of the limbs,
• sharp decrease in sensitivity,
• complete loss of all protective reflexes with gross absence of all types of postural tone,
• impaired pelvic function,
• weak recovery potential.
A program of Individual rehabilitation (IRP) was created, including the following therapies:
Session for active and passive rehabilitation of the lower and the upper limbs (THERA-Vital/ MOTOmed)
Verticalization session with BALANCE Trainer;
Mirror therapy, session
Development of the vertikalization walking
Vertikalization session with walking simulator
Cognitive-behavioral therapy, session
Exercise therapy, session
Therapeutic rhythmic transcranial & transvertible magnetic stimulation session
Kinesiological session in a closed cycle with ORBITrack;
СPM therapy with Kinetek Maestro
Individual psychotherapy session ((behavioral / rational / supportive).
The patient successfully completed two inpatient rehabilitation courses with significant improvements and the following positive results:.
restored breathing through the natural respiratory tract;
improved ability and quality of self-care;
the patient independently, without someone’s help and auxiliary means, rises from the sitting position;
better shifts the body weight to the right lower limb;
independently, without auxiliary means and additional support, can walk the distance up to 50 meters;
improved symmetry, endurance and quality when exercising lower limbs;
Improves memory for current events.