Casa di Cura
“Villa Immacolata”

Extensive Inpatient Rehabilitation

Casa di Cura
“Villa Immacolata”

Extensive Inpatient Rehabilitation

Extensive residential rehabilitation is dedicated to patients who have surpassed the post-acute illness phase and require interventions aimed at ensuring further functional recovery within a defined time frame. These patients, affected by complex disabilities, need an additional rehabilitation period that facilitates their gradual reintegration into the community, along with their families. For this reason, during the stay, socializing and occupational therapy activities are planned, as well as physiotherapy of lower intensity compared to rehabilitation in the post-acute regime.

Patients can access this form of rehabilitative stay through their family doctor, the hospital, or the territorial outpatient specialist service.
Access from home is subject to multidimensional assessment by the patient's residence Local Health Authority (ASL).

Services provided by the facility:

  • Neuromotor Rehabilitation
  • Nursing Services
  • Prevention of Immobilization Syndrome
  • Basic Diagnostics
  • Dietary Service
  • Psychological Support

The Ward

Villa Immacolata is accredited with Regione Lazio, as per DCA 181/2014

Romeo Gatti, Specialist in Rheumatology – Department Director

Pietro Matteucci, Specialist in Orthopedics – Medical Director

Caterina Cattel, Specialist in Geriatrics – Medical Director

Paola RossCo-ordinator of Physiotherapists Territorial Residential Sector

Sonia D’Agostino - Nursing Coordinator 

Users who meet the following criteria are eligible for extensive rehabilitation:

  • Tolerance to rehabilitation treatments based on the modifiability of the functional framework;
  • Sufficiently stabilized general clinical conditions;
  • Complex disability with slower functional recovery;
  • Worsening of previously stabilized conditions that cannot benefit effectively from intensive treatment;
  • Presence of care needs that are not deliverable on an outpatient or home-based basis;
  • The patient can perform, functionally, one to three hours of rehabilitative activities per day;
  • The patient must be able to actively participate in the rehabilitation program.

Users eligible for Maintenance Rehabilitation, on the other hand, are those with severe complex disabilities not manageable at home and requiring continuous/daytime recovery actions.

  • Robotic Therapy
  • Neuromotor Therapy
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Rehabilitation
  • Instrumental Physical Therapy
  • Psychological Therapy
  • Dysphagia Training
  • Respiratory Rehabilitation
  • Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
  • Functional Bandaging
  • Prosthetics
  • Orthotics
  • Nursing activities aimed at recovering Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
  • Dietary Consultation and Control

The facility is equipped with state-of-the-art tools to support and integrate the work of rehabilitation staff, increasing the effectiveness and intensity of rehabilitative intervention, as well as anticipating recovery times. Among the tools present in our center:

  • Muscular Vibratory Energy Devices
  • Baropodometric Treadmill
  • Paths with sensory mats for balance and proprioception training
  • Treadmill with specific rehabilitation programs
  • Cycle ergometer
  • Load suspension system with ceiling rails.

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The following documents must be provided at the time of admission:

a) Copy of a valid identification document for the user;

b) Copy of the User's Health Card;

c) Any decree appointing Administrator of Support/Tutor and a copy of the identification document;

d) Any other documentation that the office may deem appropriate to request;

e) For users with established disability:

  • Certificate attesting to civil disability/Law No. 104/92;
  • Exemption from co-payment certification.

Life in the ward:

At the time of admission, it is necessary for the guest to be equipped with the following material:

  • Personal hygiene items (liquid soap for hands and body, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste/mouthwash, deodorant, nail scissors/nail clippers, comb/hairbrush);
  • Day and night clothing (sufficient quantity to ensure one or more daily changes);

  • Any orthopedic and/or incontinence aids already in use.

clothing should be renewed at the beginning of each season and adapted to the climate change.

Underwear must be labeled with the full surname and initial of the guest's name.


The Ward

Admissions and Outpatient Bookings


"Villa Immacolata" Health Clinic is property of Provincia Romana Camilliani