Rehabilitation after hemorrhagic stroke

To prevent relapses, patients who have suffered HEMORRHAGIC STROKE need an effective diagnosis, detecting the causes of hemorrhage in the brain as much as anyone else. With the use of advanced diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitation technologies, offers most people who have suffered hemorrhagic stroke a chance to return back to their daily routine and lifestyle.

About 75% of people who have had hemorrhagic stroke end up with significant disabilities. The brain is an extremely flexible structure and for several months or years after an ischemic stroke many affected brain cells can recover some of their functions. At the same time, other areas of the brain can take on the functions performed by dead cells.

After a stroke, the recovery of lost brain function starts within the first few weeks and lasts for about the next 18 months.

It is an early commencement of rehabilitation after stroke and its continuation within the following 18 months that prevents severe disability and restores a person to a normal life.

Rehabilitation after stroke is the process of achieving the optimal level of social adaptation and independence for the person who has suffered ischemic stroke through the following ways:

  • Training new skills
  • Retraining skills and abilities
  • Adapting to the physical, emotional and social effects of stroke.

How can we help?

Rehabilitation is an important stage on the road to recovery for many stroke patients. It helps to encourage a person that an independent life is possible.

Rehabilitation does not eliminate the effects of a stroke. It aims to mobilize a person’s forces and abilities, gain confidence, continue normal daily activities, despite the effects of the suffered stroke.

Rehabilitation aims to gain independence for the person who has suffered stroke in many areas.

These include:

  • Self-help skills, such as feeding, care, bathing and dressing
  • Mobility of skills, such as subtle movements, walking or use of self-propelled steering wheelchairs
  • Speech skills for communication
  • Cognitive skills, such as memory or problem solving
  • Social skills necessary for the interaction with other people

Rehabilitation programs

The rehabilitation programs that a stroke patient will undergo depend on each specific case.

The recovery program may include:

  • Restoration of feeding
  • Kinesiotherapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Electro neurostimulation to restore lost motor functions
  • Dynamic propriocorrection - involves wearing reflex loading suits. It promotes the restoration of motor functions
  • Diagnosis and treatment of dizziness
  • Balneotherapy involves the effect of mineral waters. It is used for the treatment, prevention and recovery of the body
  • Stabilometry is a program aimed at restoring the vestibular system
  • Training methods for voluntary control of a vertical posture based on biofeedback, in the form of dynamic exercises.
  • Stimulating vibration affecting the support zones of the feet. It can be used both in the normal walking mode and when the patient cannot move. This method simulates nerve impulses that occur when walking. It is effective for the prevention of thrombosis. The method is used after stroke and heart attack.
  • Speech therapy aims to restore lost speech skills
  • Examinations of bioelectric potentials occurring in the human skeletal muscles during the excitation of muscle fibers. It can reveal the features of the functioning of muscles and nerve centers involved in the movement. Also, it can trace their interaction.
  • Treatment and rehabilitation effects on various receptors
  • Various types of hydrotherapy (hydromassage, swimming pool)
  • Color therapy involves treatment using visual color images
  • Special effect on auditory and visual analyzers aimed at the treatment of neurological disorders

With the use of the latest achievements available in German medicine, our interdisciplinary team of doctors, consultants, nurses, physiotherapists, speech therapists, neuropsychologists, will achieve the optimal level of recovery after the suffered Hemorrhagic stroke.

Here is a clinical example of a successful recovery and rehabilitation after suffering a hemorrhagic stroke.

Patient K., 38 years old, suffered the hemorrhagic stroke on the right hemisphere of the brain in one of the Russian cities. The patient underwent surgery: craniotomy, removal of the intracerebral hematoma. When the patient was delivered to our clinic he was conscious, however the left half of his body was paralyzed. Also, he could not move on his own and ate through a probe placed in his stomach. The patient could breathe only with the aid of a tracheostomy cannula, which was fixed in the tracheal incision. Also, the patient had large bedsores on the sacrum and buttocks.

Having conducted cerebral angiography in our clinic, the specialist found the cause of the hemorrhagic stroke. It was arteriovenous malformation. The surgery was performed immediately to close the arteriovenous malformation by an intravascular method, without opening the cranial cavity.

The patient stayed in the Intensive Care Unit for two days. After the Intensive Care Unit the patient was transferred to the Rehabilitation Department. In addition to the treatment of bedsores, we managed to close the hole in the trachea and remove the tracheostomy. The patient began to talk. Within the next three months, the patient underwent a course of restorative therapy. The joint work of neurologists and psychologists, speech therapists, physiotherapists resulted in the best possible recovery of the patient. The patient returned to Russia on his own. He continues working at his previous job occupation.

We are highly experienced in the treatment and rehabilitation of patients after strokes and


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