Les Feuillades – Sibourg treatment centre

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The Feuillades – Sibourg is an aftercare and rehabilitation treatment centre. It offers a comprehensive inpatient admission and a part-time hospitalisation admission, ideally located in the heart of Provence. It specialises in the musculoskeletal and nervous system conditions. The Centre offers healthcare across 300 beds and places.

Feuillades – Sibourg

Established since 1977 in Aix en Provence, “Les Feuillades – Sibourg” site has continued to develop and modernise so as to welcome adult patients whose general health requires rehabilitation treatment under the best conditions.

Specialising particularly in musculoskeletal and nervous system conditions, the main diseases managed by the Les Feuillades – Sibourg centre are:

  • Surgical outcomes of traumatic and orthopaedic injuries to upper and lower limbs
  • Individuals with multiple injuries
  • Shoulders operated via its Functional Shoulder Rehabilitation Unit (UFRE)
  • Operated spines
  • Patients with neurological disorders within the hemiplegia division
  • Rehabilitation and fitting of prostheses to lower limb amputees
  • Patients with inflammatory rheumatism including a severe clinical pictures and significant dependency

Management of musculoskeletal injuries:

Traumatic and orthopaedic injuries to lower limbs

Orthopaedic rehabilitation is done following scheduled surgery.

In post-traumatic outcomes, rehabilitation will include osteosynthesis (Definition : Any procedure that threats fractures or mechanical disorders of the skeleton through the use of implants.) after fractures of the femoral neck, femoral diaphysis, leg, and ankle and post-traumatic arthroplasties of the hip. Sometimes, it will include ligament repair after severe knee sprain.

Traumatic and orthopaedic injuries to upper limbs

Specialised coordination of treatment with supported physiotherapy, ergonomic therapy and sometimes prosthesis fitting is aimed at post-operative injuries of the upper limb: prosthetic shoulder implant, rotator cuff surgery to the shoulder, and complex upper limb fractures sometimes including associated lesions.

A specific division for the management of operated shoulders has been in place since 2006, called the functional shoulder rehabilitation unit (UFRE).

Specialised management to improve the result of shoulders operated for rotator cuff repair or prostheses thanks to a team of rehabilitation therapists with specific know-how and knowledge.

Today, the Feuillades – Sibourg centre offers healthcare across 300 beds and places, as comprehensive inpatient admission or part-time day hospitalisation admission.

The patient is placed at the heart of the concerns of Management and staff.  Their desire is to assist you throughout your stay and to offer you optimal treatment to ensure the best recovery possible.

The patient at the heart of a healthcare approach

The Centre is run by a multidisciplinary team: medical, nursing, rehabilitation and administrative.

The combination of a technical and human dimension to rehabilitation, with the respect of persons, offers quality healthcare and specific assistance with a view of complete reintegration.

In addition to patient management based on healthcare quality and safety, empathy, sympathy, listening and the quality of human relationship at the heart of the rehabilitation process.

The Feuillades – Sibourg site, approved by the health services, was certified by the HAS in June 2013 and January 2014 with no recommendations or conditions to be fulfilled. A continuous healthcare quality and safety improvement initiative has been set up and is followed within the context of a new certification procedure.

The Committee Against Nosocomial Infections (CLIN), which works in collaboration with the Operational Hygiene Team (EOH), is responsible for developing and conducting a programme of actions aiming to prevent nosocomial infections and reduced their frequency within the Centre.

Management is also involved in the national pain management programme via its Committee Against Pain (CLUD) by implementing all measures available to manage and relieve your pain.

In order to best welcome its patient clientele, the Feuillades – Sibourg site has undergone significant expansion and renovation works. The accessibility of the premises and their functionality has therefore been reviewed for the  wellbeing of patients and ever increasingly better healthcare.

Management of musculoskeletal injuries:

  • Traumatic and orthopaedic injuries to lower limbs
  • Orthopaedic rehabilitation is done following scheduled surgery.
  • In post-traumatic outcomes, rehabilitation will include osteosynthesis (Definition : Any procedure that threats fractures or mechanical disorders of the skeleton through the use of implants.) after fractures of the femoral neck, femoral diaphysis, leg, and ankle and post-traumatic arthroplasties of the hip. Sometimes, it will include ligament repair after severe knee sprain.
  • Traumatic and orthopaedic injuries to upper limbs

Specialised coordination of treatment with supported physiotherapy, ergonomic therapy and sometimes prosthesis fitting is aimed at post-operative injuries of the upper limb: prosthetic shoulder implant, rotator cuff surgery to the shoulder, and complex upper limb fractures sometimes including associated lesions.

A specific division for the management of operated shoulders has been in place since 2006, called the functional shoulder rehabilitation unit (UFRE).

Specialised management to improve the result of shoulders operated for rotator cuff repair or prostheses thanks to a team of rehabilitation therapists with specific know-how and knowledge.

Today, the Feuillades – Sibourg centre offers healthcare across 300 beds and places, as comprehensive inpatient admission or part-time day hospitalisation admission.

The patient is placed at the heart of the concerns of Management and staff.  Their desire is to assist you throughout your stay and to offer you optimal treatment to ensure the best recovery possible.

The patient at the heart of a healthcare approach

The Centre is run by a multidisciplinary team: medical, nursing, rehabilitation and administrative.

The combination of a technical and human dimension to rehabilitation, with the respect of persons, offers quality healthcare and specific assistance with a view of complete reintegration.

In addition to patient management based on healthcare quality and safety, empathy, sympathy, listening and the quality of human relationship at the heart of the rehabilitation process.

The Feuillades – Sibourg site, approved by the health services, was certified by the HAS in June 2013 and January 2014 with no recommendations or conditions to be fulfilled. A continuous healthcare quality and safety improvement initiative has been set up and is followed within the context of a new certification procedure.

The Committee Against Nosocomial Infections (CLIN), which works in collaboration with the Operational Hygiene Team (EOH), is responsible for developing and conducting a programme of actions aiming to prevent nosocomial infections and reduced their frequency within the Centre.

Management is also involved in the national pain management programme via its Committee Against Pain (CLUD) by implementing all measures available to manage and relieve your pain.

In order to best welcome its patient clientele, the Feuillades – Sibourg site has undergone significant expansion and renovation works. The accessibility of the premises and their functionality has therefore been reviewed for the  wellbeing of patients and ever increasingly better healthcare.


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