Characteristics of Diagnosis and Treatment

The department provides high-quality function assessment and treatment services with a standardized rehabilitation medical system, which carries out special diagnosis and treatment technology in the functional recovery after stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, orthopaedic surgery, peripheral nerve injury, pain, osteoarthritis, sports trauma, and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation in order to improve the patients’ activities of daily living.

The characteristic therapy techniques are as follows:

(1) Constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT) on hand function after stroke with hemiplegia

(2) Ultrasound-guided injection of botulinum toxin A for spasticity

(3) Extracorporeal Shock Wave TherapyESWTfor plantar fasciitis

(4) Wake promoting therapy in disorders of consciousness after traumatic brain injury

(5) Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic StimulationrTMSfor cognitive disorders

(6) Transcranial Direct Current StimulationtDCSfor aphasia

(7) Evaluation and treatment of stress urinary incontinence

(8) Evaluation and treatment of neurogenic bladder

(9) Neuromuscular Joint Facilitation technique for scapulohumeral periarthritis

(10) Balloon dilatation for dysphagia

(11) Evaluation and treatment of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation

(12) Suspension training technique

(13) Biofeedback therapy for postpartum pelvic floor dysfunction

(14) Manual lymphatic drainage treatment for lymphedema

(15) Rapid rehabilitation after gastrointestinal surgery

(16) Infantile massage for infantile constipation and diarrhea 

(17) Physical factors therapy for peripheral nerve facial paralysis