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Rehab / Rehabilitation after Heart Attacks or Strokes in Hospital in Germany
 
 
 
 
 Prices for Rehabilitation after Stroke, Heart Attack or Orthopaedic Operations
 
 The following prices are presented to give you a clear and (almost) definite idea of the costs you would be facing if you decide to have an operation or other medical treatment done in Germany. They are based on the assumption that there will be no serious complications and that there are no serious risk factors involved (e.g. extreme obesity, underlying other diseases, very old age etc.) that might create additional potentially costly challenges for the German doctors and hospitals. Prices do include our organisational fees, but they do not cover travel expenses, costs for hotels, costs for hiring translators etc. Please note that not all of our German partners will be able to offer these prices, which is why all price quotations should be regarded as "starting from". If you decide to go to one particular hospital, we will first confirm for you if it is able to perform the required procedure at the quoted price.
 
 After strokes or heart attacks patients often need many weeks or months of professional help to overcome typical problems like paralysis, speech impairments, use of limbs with hip or knee implants, co-ordination etc.
 
 Rehab after Hip or Knee Operations (usually two weeks - consisting mostly of physiotherapy and movement exercises): 2350 Euros including initial and final diagostic assessment
 Rehab after Strokes or Heart Attacks - 3 weeks (consisting of physiotherapy, co-ordination exercises, speech training etc): 3500 Euros including initial and final diagostic assessment
 Rehab after Strokes or Heart Attacks - 4 weeks (consisting of physiotherapy, co-ordination exercises, speech training etc): 4600 Euros including initial and final diagostic assessment
 
 Cardiological Rehab may be advisable under the following circumstances:
 
 Coronary Heart Disease without heart attack
 Condition after sudden or repeated heart attack (also after dilation of coronary vessels and implant of stents)
 Condition after heart surgery (Bypass or valve surgery)
 Conditions after surgery of congenital heart diseases, heart transplants, transmyocardial laser revascularisation
 Cardiomyopathies of various origins
 Conditions after inflammations of heart muscles, endocardium and pericardium
 High blood pressure, Condition after pulmonary embolism
 Vascular diseases like circulatory disturbances of legs with calcification of leg artery, condition after surgery on arteries, condition after acute thrombotic syndrome in area of pelvic and leg veins, condition after venous surgery
 
 German hospitals usually use all or most the following diagnostic equipment to diagnose and monitor the conditions named above:
 
 ECG
 Long Term ECG
 24 hours monitoring of blood pressure
 ergometrical assessment to measure physical capabilities (usually on bicycle ergometers)
 various laboratory evaluations (internal medicine)
 twodimensional echocardiography
 colour Doppler echocardiography
 transesophageal echocardiography
 stress echocardiography
 carotis Doppler sonography
 Doppler sonography of peripheral vessels including Duplex sonography
 Plethysmography of veinous closures
 Computer aided evaluation of brain capacity
 
 Based on these and other examinations an invidualised training program is developed for the patient. This may include:
 
 monitored bicycle ergometry
 group physiotherapy and gymnastics (usually differentiated from stage 1 to 4)
 individual and group breathing exercises
 Ratschow gymnastics (vascular training)
 Treadmill training
 Cycling
 Swimming and aqua jogging
 Terrain training
 Sequential training
 Walking exercises and training
 Back exercises
 Classical massage therapy
 Massage of connective tissue
 Marnitz therapy (deep massage)
 Manual lymphatic drainage
 Electrotherapy
 Hydrotherapy (medical baths)
 Kneipp applications
 Thermotherapy (alternating cold and hot)
 Inhalation therapy
 Coronary discussion groups
 Behavioural therapy of eating disorders
 Autogenous training
 Progressive muscle relaxation
 Yoga
 Computer aided brain training
 Stop smoking courses
 Dietary advice (including diabetes advice)
 Various courses on relevant medical conditions
 Logopaedics
 Ergotherapy
 Dialysis
 Acupuncture
 Manual therapy
 
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