Contact Of Doubts

Dra. Marion Osterberger
Medical Director in La Floresta

Diseases In Which We


Commonly, the natural aging process decreases muscle strength, mobility and the ability to maintain balance, so a more specialized guide and linked to rehabilitation or physical therapy, helps the degenerative process to be assimilated naturally by the body without a harmful repercussion, always looking for the limits and needs to treat muscular atrophies.

How Do We Help You?

Syndrome that significantly impairs the quality of life of older adults. The main causes of immobility in the elderly are lack of strength or weakness, stiffness, pain, balance disturbances, and psychological problems. In addition, over the years a series of physiological changes occur that contribute to decrease mobility.


Syndrome of great cognitive and functional impairment that will lead to absolute dependence and will require help to carry out basic activities such as eating, washing, dressing or moving.

How Do We Help You?

Music therapy helps to improve the concentration of different areas of memory. since it works as an alternative communication method that influences creativity and emotions. Like physical therapy given for the natural recognition of applied body movement. And without a doubt, the application of equine therapy. It has a positive impact on the state of mind, mobility in general and motivation.


A condition that causes sudden, repetitive muscle movements and sounds known as tics. It is triggered by a combination of inherited (genetic) and environmental factors. Chemicals in the brain that transmit nerve impulses (neurotransmitters), such as dopamine and serotonin.

How Do We Help You ?

Our specialized  therapies are based on the reduction of generalized stress and that directly influences the affection of these syndromes. Helping cognitive activities to be more controlled or developed in an environment that is kinder to the individual. The behavioral intervention through these therapies, aims that the disorders suffered by the person, are treated based on the symptoms and particular needs of each one.

Of Intermediate Vision

Degenerative vision loss can be linked to precedent conditions or diseases. It manifests gradually and can end vision completely if treatment or necessary adjustments are not taken to help the individual.

How Do We Help You?

Music therapy, by including another sense that develops to the deficiency of someone else, gradually helps even the management of emotions. Dolphin therapy, on the other hand, improves neurological and neurochemical changes that translate into physical and intellectual benefits, such as improvements in the immune system, motor coordination, social contact, language and mood.


The term prediabetes, also called “intermediate hyperglycemia,” recognizes a group of people whose glucose levels do not meet the criteria for a diagnosis of diabetes but are too high to be considered “normal.”

How Do We Help You ?

An aligned and punctual diet will have a great focal point for treatments that directly influence these deficiencies. The needs for both treatment and development and integration, function in the person as a parameter to carry diseases in the least invasive way for them.


A disease in which the immune system breaks down the protective covering of the nerves.
In multiple sclerosis, nerve damage disrupts communication between the brain and the body.
Multiple sclerosis causes many different symptoms, including vision loss, pain, fatigue, and decreased coordination. Symptoms, severity, and duration can vary from person to person. Some people may have no symptoms for much of their lives, while others may have severe chronic symptoms that never go away.

How Do We Help You?

Physical therapy and medications that suppress the immune system can relieve symptoms and slow the progression of the disease. To better manage the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, there are a series of complementary therapies to pharmacological treatment, such as massage, yoga, meditation, Pilates and acupuncture.

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