The San Camillo Hospital puts a wealth of clinical knowledge at the disposal of to patients who need neurorehabilitative treatments, as well as their families
The San Camillo Hospital promotes professional training and continuous education in medicine in the fields of neurology, physioterapy and speech therapy
The San Camillo Hospital supports and promotes research activities bringing innovation in diagnosis and rehabilitation of neurological disorders
The San Camillo Hospital strives to continuously improve its levels of clinical service and research through the support of philantropists and other donors
Inpatients are treated for a period lasting up to three months. They are primarily stroke patients, but also patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases, multiple sclerosis, head trauma, or are in vegetative state.
Other patients with epilepsy, brain tumour, or mild cognitive impairment are daily treated as outpatients.
Over the years, the hospital has been able to create a unique environment where clinicians, physical therapists, psychologists and engineers work side by side with the common goal of improving the quality of life of patients with neurological problems.
Individualised therapies for motor and cognitive recovery
EXCELLENCE IN NEUROREHABILITATION
In particular, through the advanced technologies and instrumentations available in the hospital, we are able to optimise patient treatment using a personalised approach.
Services We Provide
Through the analysis of biological specimens like tissues, blood or urine, it is possible to extract multiple molecule (gene, protein, miRNA) expression patterns for diagnostic and prognostic purposes
Brain imaging and electrophysiology
Novel techniques permit to obtain images showing the structure of the brain, as well as its functional activity, supporting the identification of disease-specific biomarkers
Sensory and motor rehabilitation
Advanced strategies for sensory-motor functional enhancement are based on electromyographic biofeedback, electrical stimulation, robotics-aided systems and virtual reality
Cognitive and linguistic rehabilitation
Computerised tools can be used for promoting the creation of associative patterns through compensatory mechanisms, improving cognition and language