Also activated agreements with institutions, insurance companies and associations for the provision of out-of-hospital services that are not covered by the National Health Service
The CRT enhances the rehabilitation activities that citizens have direct access to.
“Rehabilitation is an indispensable step in the path of a patient – underlines the General Manager Antonio Boncompagni – The one provided in a direct relationship between the patient and the CRT has the purpose of supporting citizens in receiving services which, while not falling within the so-called LEA (essential levels of assistance), are nevertheless useful and functional to a better quality of life. Our effort is to keep these services at the lowest possible cost. Being able to guarantee them in a solvency regime also allows for an additional response in the most complete picture of the health system. Ours are activities that contribute to the health of citizens, trying to reduce improper hospital admissions or equally improper access to emergency rooms “.
The outpatient treatments offered are physiokinesis outpatient and home therapy, kinesiotaping, massage therapy, lymphatic drainage, analgesic instrumental therapy (ultrasound, tens, electrostimulation, laser therapy, shock waves, tecar therapy and super inductive system). These therapies can be used by users who need relief from chronic joint pain, sportspeople who, following trauma, need to resume activity early and all people who want to improve their posture and reduce pain due to osteoarthritis or muscle-tendon degeneration.
“The presence in the Clinic of a state-of-the-art electromedical, used for the rehabilitation of the pelvic floor, offers the possibility to all people who suffer from urinary incontinence disorders, to contact our services to benefit from this specific and new treatment. Finally, the CRT has activated a series of agreements with institutions, insurance companies and associations for the provision of out-of-hospital services that are not covered by the National Health Service “.