Physical rehabilitation methods, Hydrotherapy, Electrotherapy etc.

Social and pedagogical

Development of self-service skills, labor skills and abilities, that are necessary in everyday life..

In the Center was created a barrier-free environment for movement of disabled children with disorders of the musculoskeletal system, including movement in wheelchairs (spacious halls, ramps, extra handrails, etc

There are 2 forms of children`s stay in the Center:

- stationary form;

- day hospital.

There are two rehabilitation departments In the structure of the institution:

- department of medical rehabilitation;

- department of social and psycho- pedagogical rehabilitation;

- professional orientation, profession skills.

Rehabilitation is carried out by a team of specialists: trauma doctors, orthopedist, defectologists, neurologist, teacher-psychologist, physical therapist., educator, reflexologist, guidance counselor, massage nurse, specialist for working therapists

Department of medical rehabilitation

Methods of physical rehabilitation
Hardware electrotherapy
Hydrotherapy-Hardening-heat Treatment
music Therapy
Technical means of compensationи

Physical rehabilitation methods

  • kinesiotherapy(including simulators, the use of the Tecorius technique, Gross apparatus, Adele’s adaptive costume);
  • relaxing and corrective laying with sand;
  • individual and group physical therapy exercises;
  • massage;
  • hydrokinesiotherapy;
  • an adapted physical education.


  • low-level laser therapy;
  • EHF-therapy;
  • magnet therapy;
  • violet ray.

Hydrotherapy. Tempering. Thermotherapy

  • bubble bath;
  • bath with mineral water;
  • whirlpool baths;
  • basic principles of tempering;
  • Temporaring methodic;
  • tempering methods;
  • paraffinotherapy;
  • ozokerite


  • laserpuncture;
  • acupressure

Music therapy

  • use of a couch for relaxation with sound massage.

Technical means of compensation

  • wheelchairs
  • walkers
  • orthoses
  • splints

Development of skills

Labor skills and abilities
development of independence
Creative potential
Interaction with society

Skills development

  • self-service;
  • labor skills;
  • carrying out activities to maximize their inculcation by disabled children.

Development of independence

  • domestic and vocational adaptation;


  • work with clay;
  • graphics;
  • sewing;
  • knitting;
  • macrame;
  • beadworking;
  • work with skin;
  • computer club.

The work of a teacher - educator

  • club activities for developing child's creativity;
  • excursions;
  • providing informational and advisory assistance to parents.

The work of a teacher-psychologist

  • psychodiagnostics;
  • consultations;
  • individual and group work;
  • trainings.

The work of a defectologists

  • remedial

The work of a guidance counselor

  • organization of cultural events;
  • conducting classes on dog therapy;
  • interaction with public and state organizations.

The work of the music director

  • corrective work;
  • events organization

Vocational guidance, profession skills