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Neuromotor rehabilitation:

the Viktor Method and the pilot physiotherapy centre.
Neuromotor rehabilitation

The Viktor Method and the pilot physiotherapy centre

Viktor Srl is a start-up company established to disseminate applications of the studies of Dr Viktor Terekhov in neuromotor rehabilitation and sports training.

50
personalised programs
70
muscle groups treated
1800000
potential patients
Guido Gabbrielli, Mario Gabbrielli, Viktor
Forms of disability
Recommended for people suffering from forms of paralysis in one or more parts of the body
Electro-stimulation
Combined with active movement of the components of motor and sensory control
Improvement in quality of life
A significant improvement in the quality of life of the persons involved
Reduction in hospitalisation costs
Major savings in national treatment systems, reducing hospitalisation costs for patients suffering from trauma and for the elderly
Standardisation of methods
A standardisation of rehabilitation methods of the muscular systems and movement
Personalisation of protocols
Possibility of personalising protocols, according to the pathologies of the patients.

The VIKTOR Method and the workstation VIK-16

The Viktor Method, devised by Dr Viktor Terekhov, treats functionality and physiology of movement like never before, to restore expectations of autonomous movement even to patients with serious spinal injuriesl.

The Viktor Method is implemented through the workstation VIK-16 which revolutionises the concept, limits, effects and use of electro-stimulation, maintaining its ease of administration.

Physiotherapy pilot centre

Centre of excellence for treating hemiplegia, paraplegia and tetraplegia.
Located at Point in Dalmine (Technological Innovation Hub of the Province of Bergamo), the Viktor Physiotherapy Centre (Dr Malgrati, Medical Director), offers to the public a private service of:

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neuromotor rehabilitation
02
high level professional sports training
03
high level professional amateur sports training
04
prevention of motor decay in aging