Services Offered

Services offered

Inpatient rehabilitation for people insured by a German statutory health insurance fund, the Federal Association of Substitute and Company Health Insurance Funds, pension funds, accident insurance companies (employers' liability insurance associations) or private health insurance companies, those from official agencies and public authorities, and self-paying patients in accordance with SGB V § 40 (Book 5 of the German Social Security Code, Article 40) within the framework:

  1. of early stage rehabilitation in phase B: for neurological patients a rendering of services equivalent to inpatient treatment within a rehabilitation facility in accordance with Article 40 (2) of the SGB V
  2. of rehabilitation in phase C: for neurological patients a rendering of services equivalent to inpatient treatment within a rehabilitation facility in accordance with Article 40 (2) of the SGB V
  3. of rehabilitation in phase D as inpatient and/or day patient follow-up treatment for follow-up treatment indication groups 3,4,9,10a,10g of the Deutschen Rentenversicherung (German Pension Fund), and follow-up rehabilitation of the GKV (German statutory health insurance scheme) for neurological and orthopaedic patients
  4. of (day patient/) inpatient therapies for neurological and orthopaedic patients
  5. of inpatient after-treatment under the auspices of an employers' liability insurance association (BGSW), for neurological patients.
  • outpatient (day patient) treatment options for those persons insured by pension funds and employers' liability insurance associations, e.g. within the framework of the intensified rehabilitation aftercare programme (IRENA) of the German Pension Fund
  • dealing with prescriptions for accompanying persons or out-patients with (day patient) follow-up treatment or (day patient) therapies.

Therapeutic care of neurological patients

Specialisations for early stage rehabilitation patients in phase B:

  • weaning patients off the use of respirators
  • basal stimulation for patients with impaired consciousness
  • initiating first contact with the world around us (emotional, verbal and non-verbal)
  • promoting basal motor and sensory functions
  • general mobilisation
  • exercising the ability to chew, swallow and eat, tracheal cannula management
  • mobilisation combined with the development of torso control and the ability to sit and stand


Specialisations for rehabilitation patients in phase C:

  • training their ability to wash, dress and eat
  • initiating motor function and general mobilisation (standing up, using a standing desk, standing still and walking)
  • exercising/improving their sensorimotor skills, such as climbing stairs, and the gross and fine motor skills of their arms
  • sensitivity training
  • swallowing training for patients with dysphagia (with the objective being the patient being able to eat and drink independently)
  • articulation training for patients with dysarthria, linguistic aphasia therapy
  • neuropsychological training to improve cognitive functions


Specialisations for patients in phase D:

  • improving (sensori)motor function, e.g. in the arms (using cutlery and tools with both hands, practicing writing)
  • improving speed, stamina and confidence when walking, climbing stairs
  • swallowing training for patients with dysphagia
  • Reviewing work and professional activity within the framework of medical-professional rehabilitation