Physiotherapy and rehabilitation


The Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Unit at Paideia International Hospital in Rome carries out both in-patient and out-patientservices.

In  in-patient settings, physiotherapists, in collaboration with other specialists, help prepare the patient for surgery and/or minimise post-operative complications and thus promote faster functional recovery.

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation at Paideia International Hospital

For outpatient services, highly-specialised physiotherapists meet the patient’s needs to restore and improve motor and cardio-respiratory functions or reduce painful symptoms of the locomotor system using therapeutic exercises, with the aid of manual and/or instrumental treatments. Patients are followed with various rehabilitation approaches in both the acute and chronic phases.

Alongside traditional treatments, the very latest methods are implemented in order to allow the patient the best possible recovery of temporarily lost functions.

The Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation facility

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation activities take place on the top floor of the Paideia International Hospital in Rome, overlooking the Veio Regional Park. The rehabilitation and physiotherapy facility is a large 400-m2  space equipped with:


Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation - instrument-based therapy


Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation - manual therapy


Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, treatment for orthopaedic conditions, traumatic events, post-fracture and surgery:


The Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation unit at Paideia International Hospital also specialises in:




Geriatric rehabilitation aims to recover, maintain and increase the functional autonomy of the elderly, where it has been lost due to musculoskeletal or neurological pathologies or as a result of the normal ageing process, in order to ensure the highest level of independence and pain relief.


Paediatric rehabilitation follows diagnosis and complete functional assessment to treat the main developmental orthopaedic and neurological disorders (scoliosis, flat foot, CP etc.).


Specialised in diagnosing and treating musculotendinous and osteoarticular injuries in sports, from trauma to overtraining syndromes, providing a rehabilitation programme that follows the athlete from early stages of injury to return to the field.


Post-Covid treatment is aimed at all patients who, after SARS-CoV-2 infection, still experience breathlessness, difficulty walking, muscle pain, dizziness, asthenia, cognitive deficits, anxiety and depression.


Aimed at all patients with respiratory problems, through a multi-disciplinary and multi-professional approach, it allows dyspnoea to be controlled, bronchial unblocking to be facilitated, and exercise tolerance to be improved, optimising functional status and reducing the systemic effects of respiratory diseases.


Neurorehabilitation deals with functional recovery in people with deficits and disabilities due to neurological diseases, acute or degenerative, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and Traumatic injury to the central nervous system (CNS) or the peripheral nervous system (PNS). Rehabilitation interventions aim to restore lost motor and cognitive functions, with neuro-motor reconditioning approaches, hydrokinesitherapy, robotics and neurofacilitation techniques.With an integrated, patient-centred and individualised therapeutic approach, the physiotherapy unit offers a comprehensive and excellent service for treating neurological disorders such as:

Sequelae of Stroke - Multiple sclerosis - Parkinson's disease and Parkinsonism - Dementia - Myopathy - Aphasia - Mild cognitive impairment - Dysphonia - Dysphagia - Learning disabilities

Hand and upper limb therapists

Not all hand disorders require surgery, but all surgical procedures must be followed by a rehabilitation protocol aimed at maintaining and optimising the outcome of the surgery. Paideia International Hospital relies on the hand therapists at Centro Mano Roma, who are highly specialised professionals in hand and upper limb rehabilitation.


Pelvic floor rehabilitation

The pelvic floor is the set of muscles and connective tissue at the base of the abdominal cavity and connects to the anal genito-urinary area. Rehabilitation is a clinical practice and treats the following conditions:

Rehabilitation is a clinical practice and treats the following conditions:


Signs indicating pelvic floor dysfunction

Rehabilitation is a clinical practice and treats the following conditions:

Opening hours
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 8 pm
Saturday: 8 am - 2 pm
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