Comprehensive Rehabilitation Centre
Comprehensive Rehabilitation Centre, Konstancin (Warsaw)
The Comprehensive Rehabilitation Centre is a modern facility that offers comprehensive treatments for locomotor disorders. We have specialised in this area for over 30 years! In accordance with the Polish School of Rehabilitation – the co-founder of which was Professor Marian Weiss, the originator of our Centre – we perceive rehabilitation as a process of physical, psychological and social recovery. We aim not only at improving health, overall fitness and independence of our patients, but also at bringing back the confidence in their abilities, encouraging them to be active and taking preventive measures to stay healthy.
Inpatient rehabilitation CRC welcomes everyone to benefit from their inpatient rehabilitation services at the Comprehensive Rehabilitation Centre in Konstancin, Poland.
Their centre is located on the grounds of a spa, famous for its health treatment amenities. The local climate is influenced by a thermal spring and a brine graduation tower, as well as by dry, sandy soils and pine forests. CRC’s centre is furnished with modern rehabilitation equipment, and the building is fully adapted to suit the needs of disabled people.
Outpatient rehabilitation CRC specialise in the treatment of orthopaedic, rheumatological, and neurological locomotor disorders, such as:
- Spinal pain syndrome due to degenerative or post-traumatic changes and congenital malformations
- Peripheral arthralgia due to degenerative or post-traumatic changes and congenital malformations
- Rheumatic disorders of the locomotor system and other systemic locomotor disorders
- Congenital malformations of the skeletomuscular system
- Neurogenic locomotor dysfunction including late consequences of stroke and peripheral nerve injuries
CRC are characterised by their individual approach to all patients and they consider each patient’s health problems holistically. CRC’s strong point is their professional and friendly personnel including excellent specialist physicians, rehabilitation technicians, nursing personnel, and assistants. Their team uses close internal collaboration to achieve the best health assessment possible, to employ an optimal treatment program, and to constantly monitor the treatment process.
Specialist physician consultations: orthopaedics (including paediatric orthopaedics, clinical assessment of the hip joints in newborns and infants), medical rehabilitation, rheumatology, neurology, neurosurgery, internal medicine, endocrinology.