Physiatry is the medical specialisation that deals with the recovery of the main neuromotor and cognitive functions that patients may have lost, at differing rates, following surgery, trauma or disease.
Physiatry at Paideia International Hospital in Rome
The Physiatry Unit at Paideia in Rome is the medical specialisation that deals with the recovery of the main neuromotor and cognitive functions that patients may have lost, at differing rates, following surgery, trauma or disease. Physiatry relies on the collaboration of teams of health professionals, in particular the expert physiotherapist, to whom the patient is referred after a correct clinical diagnosis and the formulation of a precise rehabilitation programme.
At Paideia International Hospital, you can find rehabilitation services for treating disabilities resulting from diseases of the nervous system and musculoskeletal system, according to an integrated therapeutic approach.
Physiatry, what we do:
Injection techniques in physical medicine and rehabilitation are:
Interventional physiatry is the branch of physical medicine and rehabilitation that, as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation project, helps to treat various problems of the osteoarticular and myotendinous system through injective procedures in different body parts (spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle, foot).
The most common conditions that can be treated with interventional physiatry are:
Conditions treated with spinal physiatry:
Conditions treated with shoulder and elbow physiatry
Physiatry and the conditions treated for the hand and wrist
Hip problems treated with physiatry:
The ankle problems we deal with at the Physiatry unit:
Foot conditions treated:
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