cereneo Center for Neurology and Rehabilitation Rehabilitation clinic in Weggis, Switzerland

cereneo is a Swiss-based centre for neurology and rehabilitation providing innovative and personalised treatments to patients who have experienced a stroke, Parkinson’s disease, traumatic brain injuries and other neurological diseases.

They support patients throughout the entire recovery process from inpatient treatments to telerehabilitation.

The focus of neurorehabilitation at cereneo is to get patients back to a normal life without disability.

cereneo’s holistic approach to therapy is based on the collaboration between therapists, the nursing team and physicians. While taking into account our patients’ individual requirements and needs, cereneo develop a personalised treatment plan for each patient. Through continuous evaluation, the treatment plan of each patient can be adjusted to optimise progress. They thereby aim to reach the highest possible therapy intensity in accordance with individual requirements and goals.

cereneo is located at the shores of Lake Lucerne with a beautiful view on the Swiss alps with an optimal connection to everything the Swiss healthcare system has to offer.

Treatments provided

  • Counselling

  • Cerebral palsy rehabilitation
  • NeuroRehabilitation treatment
  • Physical trauma rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation treatment

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Organisation type

Hospital/clinic

Address

cereneo
Center for Neurology and Rehabilitation
Hertensteinstrasse 162
Weggis
6353
Switzerland

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