A rehabilitation specialist is admitted to the rehabilitation clinic. Patients requiring outpatient rehabilitation care are admitted on the basis of a referral from a primary care health insurance doctor or a specialist. Admissions take place on a first-come, first-served basis and on a continuation basis with a queue. During the consultation, the doctor takes a history, performs a physical examination, if necessary orders additional tests, analyzes medical records and determines (issues a referral) in which mode the rehabilitation should take place, such as outpatient physiotherapy (2 weeks), Day Rehabilitation Center (3 weeks) or others.
Physiotherapy takes place on the basis of a referral from a primary care health insurance doctor or specialist. Outpatient physiotherapy begins with a physiotherapy visit, at which the master of physiotherapy conducts a history, analysis of medical records, functional examination and determines the number and type of treatments (exception: if the referring physician is a doctor with a specialty in rehabilitation). Services are provided according to the order of accepted referrals. The treatment series begins up to 2 weeks after the physiotherapy visit and can last a maximum of 10 days. A referral from the referring physician is valid for 30 days.
Day Rehabilitation Center
It takes place on the basis of a referral from a primary care health insurance doctor or a specialist. The rehabilitation process begins with a qualifying visit to a rehabilitation specialist. During the consultation, the doctor takes a history, performs a physical examination, orders additional tests if necessary, analyzes medical records and determines the type of treatments and length of the treatment series.