Treatment for children and adults is highly individualized depending on the patient’s age, the type and severity of the injury. It was developed by Prof Hanno Millesi who introduced the technique of interfascicular nerve grafting based on forty years’ experience in the field. Now that his outstanding work is applied to clinical practice patients are witnessing enormous improvements in treatment and results. Even patients suffering from total root avulsions of the brachial plexus are having useful functions restored.
We utilize a wide range of treatment modalities which have proved effective in helping our patients enjoy maximum results. Additionally, efforts are undertaken to research into new or advanced treatment options for all affected body parts such as the nerves, the target organs, and the central nervous system.
Conservative treatments may be as simple as a recommendation to maintain active use of an affected extremity, or as complex as a detailed physiotherapy regimen involving modalities such as splinting, lymph-massage, ultrasound, muscle stimulation, intension triggered myo-feed back treatment, or weight training.