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ACHIEVEMENTS of the patient VADYM U. (ATO soldier)

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ACHIEVEMENTS of the patient VADYM U. (ATO soldier)

Vadym, born in 1990, was wounded to his face and the right shoulder in the ATO zone ( Donetsk region) in April 2016. The injured man received the first aid. Then the primary treatment was provided in Dnipropetrovsk regional hospital named after Mechnikov. From there the patient was forwarded to Odessa Military hospital for further treatment.

In October 2017 Vadym was admitted to NODUS for free rehabilitation in the framework of the charitable project on rehabilitation of soldiers and volunteers injured in the ATO zone.

At admission the patient was in a severe condition. Such a grave condition was due to the main pathology and its consequences. There was also a high spasticity of muscles.

A program of Individual rehabilitation (IRP) was created, including the following therapies:

  • CPM therapy session with ARTROMOT;

  • Kinesiological session in a closed cycle with OrbiTrack;

  • Exercise therapy

  • Kinesiotherapy with S-E-T

  • Session for active and passive rehabilitation of the lower and the upper limbs (THERA-Vital)

  • Session for active and passive rehabilitation of the lower and the upper limbs (MOTOmed )

  • Development of the vertikalization walking

  • Vertikalization session with walking simulator

  • Therapeutic rhythmic transcranial & transvertible magnetic stimulation session

  • Speech therapy

  • Session with Сhaplain

  • Verticalization session with BALANCE Trainer;

  • Art-therapy

  • Hardware vertikalization on a vertikalization platform with an estimation of the parameters of the main systems

  • Neuroelectrostimulation with carbon electrodes

  • СPM therapy with Kinetek Breva

  • СPM therapy Kinetek Performa

  • Electric stimulation of the mediastinal nerves with NEUROSOFT (trunk, cerebral cortex)

  • Series of the surgical interventions conducted

Vertikalization with BALANCE Trainer

Exercise therapy

Session for active and passive rehabilitation of the lower and the upper limbs (MOTOmed )

Development of the Verticalized walking session

Kinesiological session in a closed cycle with ORBITrack;

Kinesiotherapy with S-E-T

The patient successfully completed two inpatient rehabilitation courses with the following positive results:.

  • Eliminated vegetative reactions to verticalization

  • Moderately increased the volume of movements in the joints

  • reduced spasticity – from 5 to 4 points by Ashworth scale;

  • improved psycho-emotional state of the patient;

  • eliminated the flexing contracture of the fingers of the left hand with the use of the custom-made specialized orthoses for the upper limbs;

  • improved the level of consciousness from 7A to 8 by Dobrokhotova scale

  • eliminated spastic-flexural contracture of the mixed genesis of the ankle-joint joints;

  • developed walking with walkers with elbow support on a distance up to 400m

  • improved the forward and backward movements of the trunk, slight movements from the left and to the right, indicating an increase in the strength of the muscles of the body;

  • the patient himself rises from a wheelchair with the help of his upper limbs;

  • improved active extension in elbow joints to the normal physiological threshold

  • trained a co-ordinated “lock” grip of the hands.

  • A backward walking is trained in Orbitrek, the movements became smoother;

  • increased strength of the muscles in the limbs and amplitude of movements;

  • improved symmetry of exercises with upper limbs;

  • the defect of the lower lip is surgically removed;

  • the patient has mastered the communication using the alphabet.

In January 2018 the NODUS team is willing to welcome Vadym for the 3rd rehabilitation course.

Донині в Нодусі діє Благодійний проект реабілітаційного лікування поранених в зоні АТО військовослужбовців та добровольців
neuropsychological rehabilitation
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