Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Quiron

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Success in the recovery of pathology typical to orthopedics and trauma or surgery may require the implementation of a specific rehabilitation program to speed up patient recovery safely and effectively.

The prescription of rehabilitation involves consensus of rehabilitation protocols following clinical practice guidelines with different physicians who refer patients to rehabilitation in pursuit of experience, professionalism, confidence and excellence in patient care throughout their rehabilitation process with the right human element, and adapted to each patient.

The rehabilitation department works closely with referring physicians, whether from the hospital itself or not, to ensure the highest quality care for our patients. Therefore, rehabilitation treatment protocols for various pathologies were initiated, for the specific hospital services.

The Rehabilitation Department treats the patient as a whole with the characteristics of rehabilitation and most appropriate and advanced physiotherapy modalities for each pathology according to their clinical situation, to achieve maximum physical, functional recovery as well as quality of life.
Physiotherapy treatment is done on an individual basis, according to specific therapeutic objectives tailored to each patient and clinical situation.


1. Service portfolio:
The Rehabilitation Department specializes in the prevention and treatment of diseases that benefit most from this medical discipline. The portfolio of services includes:
Sports Rehabilitation: muscle, tendon, ligament, fibrillar lesions, with anterior cruciate ligament rupture being quite frequent, meniscopathy and multiple tendinopathies.

Musculoskeletal Pathology, degenerative and inflammatory, especially osteoarthritis and osteoporosis.

Spinal Column: neck pain, back pain, radiculopathy, sciatica, treated conservatively or surgically operated herniated disc; rachis deviations (scoliosis, kyphosis);
trauma (fractures, sprains, strains, post operative orthopedic surgery (arthroscopy, prosthesis)

Neurological or neurosurgical increases the incidence of traffic accidents with sequelae of spinal cord injury or traumatic brain injury; with increased survival, the incidence of stroke, Parkinson disease, increases.
Respiratory Rehabilitation
Cardiac Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation of cancer patients Lymphedema.

Pelvic floor rehabilitation (most often urinary incontinence) in young women (antepartum preparation, postpartum), after menopause, after gynecological surgery, as in men after prostate surgery (tumor or not).

Postoperative rehabilitation patient cosmetic surgery: breast augmentation, mastectomy breast reconstruction, scars lifting
Multidisciplinary RHB of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome

Extracorporeal shock waves: focal and radial in tendinopathies (calcifying or shoulder), epicondylitis, trochanteric bursitis, patellar tendinitis, Achilles tendinitis, plantar fasciitis, trigger points, nonunion, chronic pelvic pain, erectile dysfunction, etc.


1. Treatment Modalities:
Patient rehabilitation will take place when:
Rehabilitation hospital admission: admitted patients needing rehabilitation treatment (cardiorespiratory disease, respiratory, neurological)
Rehabilitation outpatient in the therapeutic area (Gym) sessions physiotherapy are done individually for each patient according to their pathology and clinical condition after an assessment by the physiotherapist.


Therapeutic techniques Rehabilitation Department:
Exercise Therapy: exercise therapy (active, passive)
Ultrasound therapy
Electrotherapy low, medium and high frequency
Pressure therapy for lymphatic drainage
Cervical and lumbar traction
Thermal Method: Surface thermotherapy. Cryotherapy
Magneto therapy
Laser therapy
Muscle electro stimulation
Personal Training VIP lounge

New Treatments
Shock Wave Therapy
Deep diathermy (INDIBA®)
Cryo-ultrasound® (cold + ultrasound)
Research in Tissue Regeneration with Shock Waves
Participation in the organization of courses and National Congresses on Shock Wave (SETOC) and International (ISMST and Onlat) as member of Boards of Directors of all societies:
Recent scientific publications

“Improving methodology when analyzing shockwave evidence” Letter to the editor. Ramon S, Leal C, Schaden W, Moya D, Guiloff L, Freitag K. The Spine Journal 2015; 15: 1508-11.

“Current knowledge on evidence-based shockwave treatments for shoulder pathology”. D. Moya ; S. Ramon; L. Guiloff ; L. Gerdesmeyer. International Journal of Surgery 2015 Sep 9. S1743-9191(15) 1191-7.

“Update on shockwave efficacy in myofascial pain and fibromialgia”. S Ramon-Rona; M Gleitz; L Hernandez-Sierra; L Romero-Tabares. International Journal of Surgery 2015 Sep 10. pii: S1743-9191(15) 1195-4.

“Current Concepts of Shockwave Therapy in Chronic Patellar Tendinopathy”. C. Leal; S. Ramon; J. Furia; A. Fernandez; L Hernandez-Sierra; L. Romero. International Journal of Surgery 2015; Sep 29. pii: S1743-9191(15) 1255-8.

Dr. Silvia Ramón and Mr. Ferran Vidiella
Director of Rehabilitation Department Director of Physiotherapy Department

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