Danube University Krems offers Europe’s first part-time Master’s program for specialists in the field of neuroorthopedic movement disorders. State-of-the art treatment methods and technologies aim to make a high quality of life possible for physically disabled children and adults.
In the last decade, many new qualified analysis and sustainable therapy methods have fundamentally changed the possibilities for physically disabled people. The new, practice-oriented university course includes care management and social skills along with the principles of neuroorthopedics and the theory and application of these treatment methods.
The course is intended for people who work with physically disabled people:
- Specialists in orthopedics, pediatrics, neurology, PM&R physicians and general practitioners
- Physiotherapists and occupational therapists
- Special and remedial teachers
- Specialized sports scientists
- Specialized orthopedic, orthopedic shoe and rehabilitation technicians
- Specialized care staff, social counsellors, life advisors and
- Other people working in the public or private health and social welfare sectors with professional experience in caring and providing for the physically disabled.