Customer base

The Villa Medica Rehabilitation Hospital offers rehabilitation services to people with a specific orthopedic problem or in need of subacute care following a multisystem assignment;

  • Hip or knee replacement
  • fractures
  • Inflammatory disease
  • Dorsolumbar problem without severe neurological impairment
  • Other diagnoses leading to deconditioning

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At the Villa Medica Rehabilitation Hospital, the rehabilitation program is adapted to the user’s needs, abilities and specific expectations.

Everything is implemented so that the user achieves optimal autonomy. Physiotherapy services are offered 3 to 5 times a week, one treatment per day, depending on the patient’s condition and abilities. Training can be done individually or in a group.

Upon arrival at Villa Medica, the user is taken care of by the interdisciplinary team which:

  • assess his condition
  • determine their needs
  • develops a personalized rehabilitation program adapted to their needs

In general, the therapy program aims to:

  • Improve user mobility
  • Reduce the risk of falling
  • Allow you to resume your lifestyle
  • Providing ways to return home safely
  • Develop your autonomy

The interventions are targeted according to the needs of each person. Advice can be given on technical aids and accessories to facilitate the accomplishment of daily tasks. Information can be transmitted on taking medication, preventing falls, services offered in the community. During their stay, users can participate in exercise classes (eg yoga, walking, cooking).


The user is at the heart of the interventions and is an integral part of the team; its active participation is necessary. He is therefore invited to take part in decisions concerning his treatment. The involvement of relatives is also an important factor in the success of the rehabilitation process.


Click here to find out about the many activities available to users during their rehabilitation stay at Villa Medica, whether practiced for therapeutic or recreational purposes.

Discharge and follow-up

Upon discharge, the user is given an exercise program and/or recommendations so that he can continue his rehabilitation at home.

Depending on his condition and degree of autonomy, the user can continue his therapy in an outpatient clinic in a center closer to his home, or, if he needs help at home, the steps are taken by the service social worker or the liaison nurse, as the case may be, so that he can obtain the care and services that meet his needs.