Neurorehabilitation Center

The clinic "Medicine" operates a neurorehabilitation center, where treatment is carried out using a unique method of stimulating the brain with the Brain Port apparatus with the restoration of walking function, balance, normalization of the psycho-emotional state, improvement of memory and attention. This technique allows patients to help patients return to normal life even a few months after a stroke or injury: to start moving again.

The consultant of the neurorehabilitation center is Yuri Petrovich Danilov, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Laboratory of Neurorehabilitation at the University of Wisconsin (USA)

Neurorehabilitation is carried out in a hospital setting, the course of treatment is 10-14 days. Treatment in the neurorehabilitation center is carried out according to a unique technique. This technique has been used for many years in the USA to restore walking, balance and other impaired functions in patients with the following conditions

Юрий Петрович Данилов

Yuri Petrovich Danilov

The neurorehabilitation center of the Medicina clinic provides assistance to patients

  • with acute impairment of cerebral circulation of the brain;
  • brain injury;
  • Parkinson's disease with preserved locomotion function;
  • multiple sclerosis with preserved locomotion function; encephalomyelopolyradiculoneuropathies of toxic and infectious genesis with preserved movement function.
An interesting and informative lecture on neurorehabilitation by Professor Yuri Danilov from the University of Wisconsin, USA, on the use of the "Brain Port" apparatus.

“The method of brain stimulation with the Brain Port apparatus, which is used in the neurorehabilitation center of the Medicina clinic, helps patients restore walking and balance functions, normalize their psycho-emotional state, improve memory and attention,” says Yuri Danilov, a consultant at the Meditsina clinic's neurorehabilitation center. The neurorehabilitation center of the Medicina clinic provides assistance to patients with acute cerebrovascular accident; brain injury; Parkinson's disease with preserved movement function; multiple sclerosis with preserved movement function; encephalomyelopolyradiculoneuropathies of toxic and infectious genesis with preserved movement function.


“The technique has been used for many years in the United States and has proven itself well,” notes the chief physician of the hospital, candidate of medical sciences, associate professor Natalya Kondratova. “Now we are ready to help patients who were previously considered hopeless in terms of restoring the ability to move. The patient and his family can really see the effect of this technique after the very first sessions. In the neurorehabilitation program, we use a multidisciplinary approach that includes motor, adaptive household and psychoemotional (speech, cognitive) rehabilitation. ”

"The method of brain stimulation with the Brain Port apparatus, which is used in the neurorehabilitation center of the Medicina clinic, helps patients restore walking and balance functions, normalize their psycho-emotional state, improve memory and attention," says Yuri Danilov, consultant at the Meditsina clinic's neurorehabilitation center. br>

Neurorehabilitation is carried out in a polyclinic or hospital. Treatment course: 10-14 days. Includes drug treatment for exercise therapy with balance and walking and neurorelaxation with the "Brain Port" apparatus

This technique is used to restore walking, balance and other impaired functions in patients with the following conditions:
1. Acute violation of cerebral circulation of the brain (6 months after
onset of the disease).
2. Brain trauma (6 months after injury).
3. Parkinson's disease with preserved mobility function (not in a wheelchair).
4. Multiple sclerosis with preserved movement function (not in a wheelchair).
5. Encephalomyelopolyradiculoneuropathies of toxic and infectious genesis
with retained movement function (not on a wheelchair).