If you have suffered a craniocerebral injury, then take the first step towards recovery by visiting PALLADION. Stratos Kavvadas, the star of the Greek national beach volley team, had suffered very heavy craniocerebral injury following a road accident. His sports education taught him not to give up! Thanks to his diligence during the rehabilitation period, he was able to say, just a few months after the accident, “I feel like it never happened”. This year, he returned to the championship, ready to bring victories to the Greek national team and to show us that nothing can stop the greatest fight of the man: the fight for his life! Together, we will give and win that fight!
In preparing a personalised rehabilitation programme, we consider the following:
- The patient’s history
- Their lifestyle and daily living needs
Their psychological state
Any form of special conditions that may arise during or after the treatment
The PALLADION team is, right from the start, an ally for the person having suffered a craniocerebral injury, while aiming at improving their functionality.
7 questions about craniocerebral injuries
What is a craniocerebral injury?
Craniocerebral injuries are traumas caused to the skull and the brain.
What is the cause of craniocerebral injuries?
This injury is caused by accidents resulting in head and brain traumas. Road accidents are the primary cause.
What are the forms of craniocerebral injuries?
There are various categories, depending on the classification method. In terms of severity, there are mild, moderate and severe injuries. As regards the condition of the dura mater (protective layer surrounding the nerves), they are divided into closed (intact dura mater) and open (breached dura mater – a rarer case)
Can a craniocerebral injury be prevented?
If appropriate safety measures are taken, the possibility of injury is reduced. Moreover, if, following an injury, appropriate medical care is provided, the occurrence of a secondary injury may be prevented.
What are the consequences of craniocerebral injuries?
Craniocerebral injuries affect the patients’ life. In severe cases, they may result in a coma or loss of consciousness. Vomiting, nausea, photophobia, flow of liquid or blood from the ears or nose, dizziness, amnesia, trouble with concentration, speaking difficulty, numbness and paralysis are some of the effects.
Can craniocerebral injuries heal?
Nowadays, the symptoms of the injuries can be treated. The severity of the damage and how early the patient will receive medical care are significant factors for the rehabilitation.
What cutting-edge medical practices are implemented at PALLADION for the rehabilitation of patients having suffered a craniocerebral injury?
Our main objective at PALLADION is to restore patients’ functionality. Our advanced technological equipment and specialised staff guarantee that the situation will be fully monitored. The collaboration of our rehabilitation team and doctors with the patient is the key to success in restoring patient’s functionality.