Alcla is a Comprehensive Rehabilitation Clinic, specialized since 1970 in providing patient care to help them recover their physical, psychological and social abilities. Its interdisciplinary team of highly qualified professionals who, together with humane clinical care, certified medical competence and patient safety management, ensure the most appropriate rehabilitation process.

Alcla’s mission – and that of the expert professionals who form part of the institution – is to recover the health and autonomy of patients offering an interdisciplinary and comprehensive rehabilitation. The premise is to help patients regain lost functions by retraining their mobility to perform everyday tasks.

The Clinic offers personalized, specialized and integrated care, using the most modern scientific and technical equipment to ensure optimal outcomes in the rehabilitation process.

Main Pathologies and Conditions of Adult and Pediatric Patients being rehabilitated at Alcla

  • Stroke

  • Stroke is caused by the clogging or rupture of a brain artery.
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  • Cranioencephalic Trauma (CET)

  • Cranioencephalic Trauma (CET) is the consequence of injuries to the skull caused by a variety of traumatic events.
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  • Spinal cord injuries

  • The term “spinal cord injury” refers to damage to the spinal cord.
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  • Guillain-Barre Syndrome

  • Guillain-Barré syndrome is a rare disease whose exact cause is unknown, although it is usually preceded by an infectious disease, such as a respiratory infection or viral gastroenteritis.
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  • Polyneuropathy of critically ill patients

  • Patients admitted to Intensive Care Units (ICU), regardless of the cause…
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  • Respiratory conditions of critically ill patients

  • Respiratory conditions constitute a disorder or consequence originating from a disease or pathology previously suffered by the patient.
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  • Other pathologies treated in Alcla

    • Trauma conditions (fracture of the hip, knee and spine).
    • Muscular and skeletal conditions (post-traumatic / degenerative).
    • Multiple Sclerosis.
    • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
    • Parkinson’s.


Pediatric patients: prevalent pathologies and diseases

Pediatric patients have congenital, perinatal and acquired diseases, whose injuries and sequelae require certain specialized rehabilitation programs and interdisciplinary treatment.

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Medical Staff and Healthcare Areas

(Adults, Young and Children)