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The ideal place to rest and build strength for your rehabilitation
The ideal place to rest and build strength for your rehabilitation

The ideal place to rest and build strength for your rehabilitation

The Clinic Bad Ragaz is an exclusive retreat for individual rehabilitation following a serious illness or accident. We promote health literacy in those affected, restoring their ability to take control of their day-to-day life and environment. This is achieved through the support of a well-practised team, solid experience and customised treatment plans. As an integral part of the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, Europe’s leading wellbeing and medical health resort, we work together with our medical partner Kliniken Valens to offer patients a unique combination of top-quality evidence-based medical expertise, comprehensive care, the finest cuisine and wide-ranging recovery and leisure activities. All this takes place in an atmosphere of peaceful relaxation and warm hospitality. 

Our specialist areas

The Clinic Bad Ragaz encompasses the following areas of inpatient rehabilitation:

Medical rehabilitation

  • Following abdominal surgery
  • For gastrointestinal diseases, including chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, acute and chronic pancreatitis
  • Kidney diseases, including dialysis
  • Urogenital operations and diseases
  • Vascular diseases/vascular surgery, infrarenal and peripheral
  • Lower limb amputations
  • Polymorbid patients, two or more organ diseases actively requiring treatment at the same time
  • Malnutrition: short bowel syndrome, malabsorption, dysphagia (swallowing problems), illnesses causing rapid weight loss and weakness
  • Following infectious diseases
  • Gynaecological diseases and following gynaecological procedures
  • Kidney transplants
  • Liver transplants

Musculoskeletal rehabilitation

  • For wear and tear in peripheral joints (arthritis)
  • Following endoprosthetic replacement or amputations
  • Following spinal surgery
  • Following spinal diseases
  • Following traumatic damage to the musculoskeletal system
  • For inflammatory rheumatic diseases (e.g. gout, rheumatoid arthritis, spondyloarthropathy, connective tissue disease, vasculitis, etc.)
  • For non-inflammatory soft-tissue rheumatic diseases (e.g. fibromyalgia, hypermobility syndrome, chronic tendon problems and muscle problems)
  • For chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system
  • For bone diseases (e.g. osteoporosis)
  • For occupational rehabilitation
  • Targeted development of strength and stamina in ‘non-responders’ to traditional training methods
  • Following sports injuries
  • Rehabilitation in elite sports with sport-specific development (return to sports)

Neurological rehabilitation

  • Cerebrovascular diseases (stroke, brain haemorrhage, subarachnoid haemorrhage, cerebral venous sinus thrombosis)
  • Chronic inflammatory diseases of the central nervous system (e.g. multiple sclerosis)
  • Degenerative diseases of the central nervous system (e.g. Parkinson’s)
  • Neuromuscular diseases (e.g. myasthenia gravis)
  • Muscle diseases (myopathy, muscular dystrophy)
  • Damage to the peripheral nervous system (polyneuropathy, critical illness polyneuropathy, Guillain-Barré syndrome, CIDP)
  • Brain tumours (operable and inoperable)
  • Rehabilitation and aftercare following neurosurgical procedures on the brain and spine with residual neurological deficits
  • Craniocerebral trauma

Oncological rehabilitation

  • Following surgical removal of a tumour or completion of chemotherapy, radiotherapy or immunotherapy
  • In preparation for treatment of a tumour
  • For treatment of complications/consequences of oncological therapy
  • Wound and scar problems
  • Rehabilitation in the case of physical and mental deconditioning following treatment of a tumour
  • Condition following initial treatment of a newly discovered oncological disease
  • Known cancer with newly emerging complications caused by the underlying disease or its treatment, or losses of function
  • Lack of independence in day-to-day life where cancer is present
  • State of exhaustion (fatigue)

Our competence team

Doctors Clinic Bad Ragaz
Care
Administration Clinic
Therapie
Dr
Serafin Beer MD

Swiss Medical Association doctor specialising in neurology

Dr
Clemens Sieber MD

Head physician Clinic Bad Ragaz, Specialist in Internal Medicine, FMH

Dr
Christian Schlegel MD

Head physician Clinic Bad Ragaz, Physical medicine and rehabilitation FMH, Sports medicine SGSM, Man-ual medicine SAMM, Interventional pain management SSIPM, Musculoskeletal ultrasound SGUM

Dr
Diana Craatz MD

Clinician

Dr
Helga Goldann MD

Clinician

Dr
Joachim Leupold MD

Swiss Medical Association doctor specialising in psychiatry and psychotherapy

Hildi Malgiaritta

Head Nurse

Monica Berger-Fallet

Healthcare Assistant

Theresa Bigger-Della Vecchia

Care assistant

Susanne Bollmann

Nurse with Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Mirsije Dehari

Healthcare Assistant

Andrea Edel

Registered Nurse Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Robin Julia Grojer

Nurse with Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Anabela Hoti

Healthcare Assistant

Karin Hunziker

Nurse with Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Helene Kräutler

Nurse with Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Beatrice Kreuzer

Nurse with Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Alin Krüger

Nurse with Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Ruzica Maendli

Healthcare Assistant

Cornelia Picco

Registered Nurse Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Luijeta Ramadani

Nurse assistant SRK

Sina Rose

Nurse with Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Beatrix Rössler

Staff patient transport

Verica Savanovic

Nurse with Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Myriam Wattenhofer

Staff patient transport

Susanne Schwitter-John

Nurse with Advanced Federal Diploma of Higher Education

Désirée Ronner

Staff Clinic Administration

Désirée Magnin

Head of Therapies

Emily Henco

Occupational therapist

Tobias Hänggi

Physiotherapist

Andrea Bürkli-Zopfi

Physiotherapist

Sandra Jagustin

Medical masseuse

Yves Weder

Physiotherapist

Medical Partner Kliniken Valens

The Kliniken Valens consist of four rehabilitation centres. These four centres are; Valens, Walenstadtberg, Gais and the Rheinburg Clinic Walzenhausen. All are located within pristine Swiss alpine landscapes. Outpatient care centres are located in St.Gallen and Chur. There are close to 1100 people employed in the whole group. The excellent expertise in all areas of rehabilitation and the close interdisciplinary work within the Kliniken Valens group, places us among the leading rehabilitation providers within Switzerland. The Kliniken Valens are specialized in the treatment of patients with functional impairments of the musculoskeletal system and nervous systems and offer neurological, rheumatological, internal, orthopaedic,  pneumological, cardiological, oncological, psychosomatical  and geriatric rehabilitation.

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