Truskavets, Modrychi
Drohobych district
Lviv Region

Rehabilitation Center

"Modrychi": a new rehabilitation center in Truskavets

The dramatic events of recent years have affected all of us, including tourist centers of Ukraine. When the problem of rehabilitation of the disabled Ukrainians has become particularly acute, it was suggested to create in Truskavets a rehabilitation center of European level. That was how a unique rehabilitation center “Modrychi” was created at the premises of the complex "Vernygora"

Why to choose this rehabilitation center in Truskavets?

The main task of the center is to create comfortable conditions for people with disabilities to help them return to a normal fulfilling life. The team of the center - is first of all like-minded, qualified rehabilitation therapists with extensive experience and active civic position. One of the most advanced rehabilitation centers in Ukraine has set itself ambitious goals:
• Wide range of rehabilitation and spa services, ergotherapy, kinesitherapy, hydrocolonotherapy, sports rehabilitation. All measures are aimed at restoring the organism and revealing its hidden reserves.
• Organization of active leisure (excursions, entertainment).
• Restoration of social and living skills and full integration into society.

Here we are focused on achieving maximum results - for each target group (spinal and cerebro-cranial injuries, spina bifida, stroke, cerebrovascular disease) individual rehabilitation programs are developed. There are separate recreational camps for people with impaired hearing, vision and musculoskeletal system.

At the rehabilitation center in Truskavets there is everything you need for rest and recovery:

• Comfortable cottages with wooden ramps (minimum tilt angle) and bathrooms adapted for guests who use crutches or wheelchairs
• TV and Wi-Fi in each room
• Balanced restaurant menu is updated daily.
• Medical and Diagnostic Center in the complex.

For more advice on packages of recreational services you can contact the manager.
 Call daily: +38 (032) 295-19-25, +38 (096) 680-77-79.