Starting the program
During the first 48 hours of hospitalization the disease indicators will be normalized, including abstinence, depression, anxiety, sleep and appetite. The person experiences a mood improvement and an important recovery of intellectual functions. > Read
We apply advanced exploration techniques and pharmacology, as well as the latest implements in cerebral imaging and psychotherapy, designed to determinate and neutralize those factors that could lead to relapses. > Read
The hospitalization programs are based on the success of detoxification, promoting the elimination of the withdrawal syndrome and the craving for consumption. We use neuropsychological testing periodically to objectively quantify the results. > Read
Detox. Programs 3, 7 and 14 days
The admission begins with a phase of physiological treatment of 1-3 days that will seek to prevent the onset of an abstinence syndrome. From now on, the efforts will be concentrated in the phase of deshabituación. > Read
Rehab. and recovery
The consumption of alcohol and drugs damages the neuronal connections in the brain. These alterations difficult to make adequate decisions and cognitions. For this reason the person continues the consumption despite the magnitude of the personal, family, labor and social losses.
We recover the function of damaged organs, improveing cardiovascular and hepatic indices, neuronal plasticity, mood, decision making and the general well-being of the patient and his family. > Read
Unit of clinical psychology and psychiatry
> Hospitalization programs. From 1 to 14 days.
> Mood and emotional disorders.
> Depression, anxiety and stress.
> Personality disorders.
> Eating disorders, anorexia and bulimia.
> Sleep studies and insomnia.
Unit of neurology and neuropsychology
> Hospitalization programs. 3, 7 and 14 days.
> Brain imaging techniques, CT, MRI.
> Neurodegenerative, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
> Memory, attention and ADHD studies
> Stroke and brain damage.
> Epileptic disorders.
> Physiotherapy. > Nutrition. > Yoga.
> Acupuncture. > Ayurveda. > Meditation.