Physical Therapy includes a variety of muscle maneuvers, activities and exercises designed to train the brain and the muscles to work together.Learn More
Occupational Therapy is a more task-focused type of training, and therapists work with stroke survivors on practical, real-world, day-to-day tasks such as getting in and out of bed and dressed, eating & drinking, and general walking and climbing of stairs. It usually starts directly in the hospital on Day 2 or 3.Learn More
Speech and Swallow Therapy will support you in getting those skills back as swallowing is equally important for breathing, coughing, speaking as it is for drinking and eating.Learn More
Visual Therapy and Balance Therapy are often scheduled in combined rehabilitation sessions for stroke survivors, because vision partially relies on good balance and balance partially relies on good vision, and the areas of the brain that control these two functions have to interact.Learn More
Cognitive Therapy involves interventions that are designed to improve thinking skills and problem-solving abilities.Learn More
New types of therapy are evolving, like Innovative Physical Therapy, EMDR, Mirror Therapy, Electrical Therapy, Therapy Dogs and Music Therapy.
FRAGILE Suisse is the Swiss patient organisation for people with strokes and their relatives, and supported us personally. They are offering a wide range of services with eleven regional associations in Switzerland: https://www.fragile.chLearn More