The Recovery and Functional Rehabilitation Service has a Category A Accreditation by the Piedmont Region and meets the highest general and specific organizational structural and procedural requirements provided by the sector.
CDC Recovery and Functional Rehabilitation Services employ the use of the latest technology and the support of a team of Physiatrists, Rehabilitation Therapists, Massage Therapists, Speech Therapists, Language Therapists, Phoniatrics, Psychologists and Neuropsychomotricity Therapists, working together to achieve the goals of rehabilitation as part of the therapeutic process.
At the first physiatric visit prior to the start of the treatments, a Custom Rehabilitation Project is drawn up and conducted by the same Technical Staff that follows the Patient during the entire service cycle, in order to ensure continuity of care.
Emergency time slots are available for Patients who require urgent services to avoid delaying the start of treatment and thus compromising the outcome of the rehabilitation process.
At the end of the rehabilitation program Patients are requested to complete an Evaluation Form of the results obtained as a result of the treatments undergone, to monitor the quality of service provided.
- Speech Therapy
- Massage Therapy
- Radial Shockwave Therapy
- Group Rehabilitation
- Individual Rehabilitation
- Instrumental Therapies