The Group of medical institutes at the forefront in Piedmont and Lombardy.
Offering the best in diagnostics, prevention and rehabilitation through excellence in technology and in collaboration with the most skilled medical specialists alive today.
Highly Specialized in Diagnostics and Rehabilitation
- The Group represents Piedmont and Lombardy with several Medical Institutes. In addition to Diagnostics, many of the Institutes offer services in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation. Of particular importance in this context is the IRR Rehabilitation Institute in Turin, accredited by the International Federation of Sports Medicine. The IRR has the prestige of being internationally recognized as a “Collaborating Center”, a certification conferred to only 21 institutes worldwide and only 4 throughout Italy.
The institute consists of new architectural facility, featuring a saltwater indoor rehabilitation swimming pool, an outdoor running track (on the roof of the institute) and advanced technology in the fields of rehabilitation and physiotherapy with integrated diagnostics which allow for personalized treatment. In a brief period of time, the IRR has obtained important agreements with Universities of Turin, Madrid, Valencia, and Canarie, as well as official recognition from the “Accademia di Medicina” of Turin.
- MAIN TECHNOLOGIES
- Standard Technologies: Hydrokinetic therapy, Electrostimulations, Iontophoresis, GPR (Global Postural Rehabilitation), Tens, Pressotherapy, CRET Therapy (Tecar), Shockwave, Laser Therapy, Ultrasound Therapy, and many more...
Advanced Technologies, primarily used in neuro-rehabilitation but also adapted for use with non neurological pathologies in order to pursue results by stimulating different areas of the brain. (Alter G, Riablo, OPAF (Waves oh High-Frequency Pressure), Stabilometric Platform, Quark PFT, Vibra, Walker View, Xbox Kinect,etc.)
- Utilizing electric waves and magnetic fields with tDCS technology to directly stimulate the areas of the brain which govern functions in need of rehabilitation.
We’d like to bring attention to the use of: Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS), which act directly—with focused precision—on the areas of the brain that govern the physical and mental functions in need of rehabilitation. Through the use of these devices we’re able to greatly enhance the efficacy of rehabilitation itself.