Our facilities. Tailor-made to the needs of neurology patients
We have built our clinic around our patients. This means that we can care for our patients in the clinic through all stages of a stroke for example - from admission to the Intensive Care Unit up to their discharge after rehabilitation has ended. This means we can guarantee the earliest possible start of therapies for the patient and this is often vital for therapy to be successful.
Everything under one roof. Thanks to specialist equipment and the earliest possible start of treatment
We are constantly expanding our facilities and adapting them to the severity of the illnesses. A very good example of this is our dialysis stations: The target group for this treatment are patients who have a neurological illness, e.g. stroke, or cerebral haemorrhage meaning they have to be treated in the Intensive Care Unit and who furthermore suffer from acute kidney failure with the need for renal replacement therapy. This combination is by no means rare. Our clinic is one of the very few neurological rehabilitation clinics in Germany with the resources to accept these patients and so begin very early neurological rehabilitation.
Support for therapies through "colleague robots"
The Schön Klinik Bad Aibling is a leader in the implementation of rehab technology. What does this mean for our patients? They receive specific highly-effective equipment-supported therapy units the implementation of which is being evaluated in the framework of scientific studies with renowned partners throughout Europe.
Training for walking and grip problems
Our „Exoskeleton robot“, an external Skeleton enables severely paralysed people to move through the room on their own legs for the first time. Our walking robot "G-EO Systems", "Lokomat®-Systems" and the arm studio robots "Armeo" and "Mit-Manus" support patients for instance following a stroke. They can train for walking or gripping with PC control - with or without active support from the equipment and at the same time visualise by means of virtual but realistic simulation their movements and progress such as putting their hands into a shopping basket. This makes the training units especially motivating and therapy-intensive.
Support for limitations in the visual field
After a stroke or accident impairments can occur which a patient can see or of which they aware per se and spatially. This is where the "audiovisual visual field training" comes into play activating an intact hearing nerve to compensate for other deficits.
At the beginning and in an emergency. Clarification through diagnostics
Our extensively equipped and experienced diagnostics department in the hospital allow doctors to acquire an exact picture of neurological disorders and to recognise their causes. Additional illnesses are detected and likewise the background to complications that may possibly occur. To do this our diagnostics section has a really comprehensive range of equipment, which is continually being expanded - such as for instance our new video-oculography.
Consciously "airy" design of architecture
Architecturally we have created a counterbalance to the gravity which neurological illnesses often signify: Inside the clinic it is "airy", bright and friendly - because of the large glass frontages, green plants and artistic elements. It is designed as an inviting round building allowing our patients a view of the Bavarian foothills of the Alps.