Back on your feet
Interdisciplinary treatment for children and youngsters
Stage I: Out-patient incoming examination
Stage II: Admission as an in-patient, 13 days
Stage III: 3 months' training with the Cologne Galileo standing and walking trainer system at home
Stage IV: Admission as an in-patient, 6 days
Stage V: 3 months' training with the Cologne Galileo standing and walking trainer system at home
Stage VI: 1st interim examination as an out-patient, 6 months after Stage II, return of the loan equipment Cologne Galileo standing and walking trainer system to UniReha for children and youngsters
Stage VII: 2nd out-patient interim examination, 9 months after Stage II if necessary
Stage VIII: Final out-patient examination, 12 months after Stage II
The scheme provides for two in-patient stays for the patient with one chaperone. The first in-patient stay lasts 13 days and includes a period of intensive training consisting of various therapy components. In addition to this, the patient is taught how to use the Cologne Galileo standing and walking trainer system; whole body vibration equipment. The patient and chaperone will arrive on a Sunday so that the therapy can begin straight away on the following Monday. An evening meal will be provided on Sunday and on the following days breakfast, lunch and evening meal will be provided. An evening meal will not be provided on the day on which the patient and chaperone leave the facility.
The second in-patient stay lasts six days and serves to fine tune therapy as well as adjust exercises to the progress made by the patient with training.