A success for the Kozyavkin program for cerebral palsy at Cambridge Medical & Rehabilitation Center

ABU DHABIWATER, August 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Najat is a young patient with CP diagnosed with developmental delay who enrolled in the Kozyavkin program at CMRC Abu Dhabi in late 2019. She has completed four cycles of the program and regular sessions of physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy with great success.

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Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center (CMRC)the GCC’s leading provider of rehabilitation and long-term care services ensuring a “continuum of care” for its patients, join forces with Professor Kozyavkin of Ukraine to introduce its unique program to the UAE community, a treatment for patients with cerebral palsy as well as other neurological conditions where increased tone and spasticity affect movement.

Abu Dhabi & Al-Ain Branches of Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center (CMRC) provide the Intensive Neuro-Rehabilitation System (INRS), known as the Kozyavkin Method. The world-class rehabilitation program was established by Dr. Vladimir Kozyavkin over 30 years ago and is accredited by the European Medical Association (EMA). The incredibly effective treatment targets patients with CP and those with other consequences of trauma and organic damage to the nervous system. .

Najat was not the only success story of the Kozyavkin program in the UAE, but she also reminds us of her parents’ dedication to helping their child and giving him real hope. “I may have enrolled my daughter a little late after a year and 3 or 4 months, but thank God my daughter went through the ‘Kozyavkin method’. The program enabled her to walk after a year and eight months .” said Najat’s father.

dr. Howard PodolskiGroup Chief Executive, said: “Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center is honored and privileged to provide innovative and groundbreaking care to patients like Najat. Our long-standing clinical collaboration with Professor Kozyavkin and his team demonstrates our unwavering commitment to improving the quality of life of every patient we meet.”

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a brain disorder caused by damage before, during or after birth. It is the most common motor disability in children. Although the injury that causes CP symptoms does not progress, the level of disability and change in clinical expression may progress as the brain matures. Motor disorders associated with CP include disturbances in cognition, communication, behavior, seizures, and musculoskeletal problems.

The Kozyavkin Method works as a multi-system program that rehabilitates nerve function in two phases – the intensive rehabilitation process and the consolidation phase. The active cycle takes place in the rehabilitation center and usually lasts 15-21 days. After this phase, the child returns to their usual routine while adhering to a daily home exercise program guided by our specialist clinicians.

Intensive active cycles of therapy combine physical therapy with mental therapy and include restoring range of motion to the spine and peripheral joints, improving muscle strength, coordination and control, reducing spasticity and increased tone with movement. The program also includes massage, trigger point therapy, joint mobilization, group rhythm exercises, and even rehab computer games. Highly trained doctors conduct all sessions, physiotherapists and massage professionals – each specifically trained and certified to perform the treatment.

Retrospective analysis of 12,256 patients who completed the 12-year program showed that 47% of patients maintained function between cycles and 45% of patients rapidly developed improved gross motor function. Najat is one of CMRC’s many successes for patients and their families. CMRC brings its continuum of care to Abu Dhabi & Al-Ainthe Kingdom of Saudi Arabiaand the GCC region.

For more information, please visit www.cmrc.com.

About Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center

The Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center was founded in 2014 as the leading provider of long-term care and post-acute rehabilitation services in the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia bringing world-class global rehabilitation services to the healthcare industry, guided by their experience in improving the patient journey defined as the “continuum of care”.

Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center (CMRC) is a group of post-acute care facilities with specialist inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation programs designed for adults, adolescents and children in Abu Dhabi and Al-Ainin the United Arab Emirates and Dhahran in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. CMRC offers multidisciplinary rehabilitation services with resources to meet the needs of patients to help them achieve their potential rehabilitation goals. Recognized by CARF and JCI, exceptional value is demonstrated by improving patient care, creating a second home experience for patients and their families, minimizing the risk of infections, and improving outcomes through to an interdisciplinary clinical approach. Such a vision has established positive outcomes that have positively impacted the quality of life of over 1,400 improved inpatients and over 150,000 outpatients. Having the highest discharge rate among long-term care and rehabilitation facilities in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, patients with acute injuries such as stroke, spinal cord injury and head injuries and traffic accidents have been successfully returned. Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center has a high weaning rate for mechanically ventilated patients, demonstrating that CMRC is fulfilling the mission to improve the quality of life of its patients and their families. Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center uses the latest evidence-based and internationally accepted clinical practices that help patients overcome their barriers and meet their needs by restoring capacity and aiming for a better quality of life .

CMRC is owned by Amanat Holdings, a UAE-listed investment company that believes investing in a more innovative and healthier society is more fruitful.

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Ryan H. Bowman