Rehabilitation after COVID

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Rehabilitācija pēc COVID

Most people who have had Covid-19 feel its lingering effects for months after seemingly winning their battle with the virus. They experience so-called post-viral effects that lower their quality of life. To be free of these effects as soon as possible and help your lungs recover, it is advisable to be as active as possible while keeping an eye on how you are feeling and progressing.

Jaunķemeri offers Covid-19 Rehabilitation Programme designed to reduce complications, return to daily activities, improve health-related quality of life and increase effort tolerance.

Initially, the patient will see a physical and rehabilitation medicine specialist or internal medicine specialist who will perform a functional assessment of the patient and draw up a personal rehabilitation plan based on pulmonary and cardiac rehabilitation indications.

* Personal rehabilitation plan is implemented by a multidisciplinary rehabilitation team using medical rehabilitation and physical medicine technologies.

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  • After Covid-19


  • Fatigue
  • Weakness
  • Headaches
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Aggravation of concomitant conditions
  • Depressed psychological state
  • Sleep disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Other health problems


  • To reduce post-viral complications
  • To return to daily activities
  • To improve patient’s health-related quality of life
  • To increase effort tolerance


  • Internal medicine specialist
  • Physiotherapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Psychologist
  • Speech Therapist
  • Nutritionist
  • Medical Qigong Instructor
  • Hippotherapist
  • Hydrotherapists and Physical Therapists
  • Nurse

Every rehabilitation plan is personalised depending on patient’s functional status.

The programme includes


- Functional assessment of the patient

- Personal physiotherapy (postural drainage, therapeutic exercises to improve/restore performance of daily activities and ability to work, breathing exercises to improve breathing function and bronchial drainage, etc.)

Group physiotherapy sessions

Aquatic physiotherapy

Occupational therapy sessions

Psychology sessions

Group session with nutritionist

Speech therapist consultation and sessions

Medical qigong

Salt therapy



Personalised rehabilitation plans are created by doctors based on each patient’s state of health and contraindications. We are all for helping people get better and all against letting them get worse! That is why we ask you to trust our experienced medical team who know which treatment to use in each particular case.

Every patient’s case is special and that is why treatments in the medical rehabilitation programmes may vary for each patient.

The minimum duration of medical rehabilitation is 7 days.

  • When you begin your medical rehabilitation course, you must have an identity document with you (passport or ID card).
  • We offer additional paid services, such as laboratory tests, diagnostic examinations, consultations with specialists and additional treatments depending on indications.
  • For salt therapy, you need to book a salt room visit (3,80 euro) from our Kiosk or Fito Bar.

Before coming to the Rehabilitation Centre, please carefully read:





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You should have with you:

  • Identity document (passport or ID card)
  • Face mask
  • Recent examination reports, tests results, hospital discharge summary and other documents that you can provide to our doctors for a more successful rehabilitation process
  • Referral from your GP or another specialist
  • If you want to receive medical rehabilitation services for an occupational disease and plan to get reimbursement from the State Social Insurance Agency, you must have a decision from a medical commission on the diagnosis of the occupational disease
  • Swimwear
  • Pool slippers
  • Swim cap (or a shower cap)
  • Comfortable clothes and footwear for Nordic walking
  • Personal hygiene products
  • Hairdryer (if necessary)

If a patient needs a functional room and care, please make sure to have:

  • Identity document (passport or ID card)
  • Face mask
  • Recent examination reports, tests results, hospital discharge summary and other documents that you can provide to our doctors for a more successful rehabilitation process
  • Referral from a GP or other specialist is preferable
  • Comfortable clothes (gym wear with pants) for exercises with a specialist
  • Comfortable, closed footwear providing good foot support and comfort during exercises
  • All medicines that have been prescribed to you and that you should be taking
  • Necessary personal hygiene products, including, where necessary, diapers, wet wipes and care products for the patient


Important information


Because of the spread of COVID-19, quarantine restrictions were put in place at Jaunķemeri Rehabilitation Centre. We are committed to creating a safe environment and urge you to help us by adhering to some rules during your rehabilitation here:

• Indoors face masks are mandatory! During your rehabilitation treatments, face mask can be removed only if allowed by our staff. We have the right to refuse service to any patient not wearing a face mask.

• Patients coming to the Centre can be accompanied by one person (only if the patient’s functional status requires a carer).

• Visiting is not allowed during the quarantine. Please use your mobile phones to keep in touch.

• Please also limit your contacts with third persons outside the Centre during your stay with us.

• Please maintain hand hygiene and keep the distance of 2 metres from others.

• Please strictly follow your treatment and meal schedule, which will be given to you on the day of your arrival.

We hope for your understanding and compliance. It is good to be in control of the situation, and together we can do it!