West syndrome is a form of epilepsy, also known as infantile spasms, which usually develops in children from 4 to 6 months old. 

The incidence of Dandy-Walker syndrome is low among the newborns: from 1: 5,000 to 1: 25,000. Boys are more likely to suffer the syndrome.

Rett syndrome is a psychoneurologic genetic disease that occurs almost exclusively in girls with a frequency of 1: 10,000 - 1: 15,000. Boys with Rett syndrome are born very rarely.

Guillain-Barre syndrome defines a group of rare post-infectious neuropathies, which usually occur in healthy patients.

Mutation of the STXBP1 gene or early infantile epileptic encephalopathy (EIEE) or Ohtahara syndrome in patients leads to severe, sporadic and non-syndromic mental developmen delay.

Brain encephalopathy is a congenital or acquired oxygen starvation of the brain. 

The earlier the rehabilitation period passes, the more pronounced are the effects of recovery.


Delayed cognitive development is a reversible disturbance of the intellectual and emotional sphere. Often, children with such delay experience learning difficulties and have problems with attention and memory. The best age to start the active therapy process for this kind of delay is between 5 and 10 years.

The Prader-Willi syndrome is a rare genetic disease caused by the absence of the father's copy of the 15q11-13 chromosome. The syndrome occurs with a frequency between 1:12 000 and 1:15 000 newborns. It was first described in 1956 by the scientists from Switzerland Prader, Willy and Labhart.

The 5p monosomy or 'Cri du chat' syndrome or Lejeune syndrome is a rare genetic disease described by the first time in 1963 by Lejeune. The incidence varies between 1 / 25,000 and 1 / 60,000 newborns.

Pitt-Hopkins syndrome is only described in a 100 cases worldwide. Males and females are affected in equal measure. The syndrome was diagnosed in 1978 in 2 patients with the surnames Pitt and Hopkins.


Mowat-Wilson syndrome is a syndrome of multiple congenital defects. So far 171 patients have been diagnosed in the world.

Pallister-Killian syndrome is a very rare diagnosis (incidence is estimated to be about 1:25,000) with multiple congenital anomalies and mental development delay.

Angelman syndrome is a genetic disease with a prevalence of between 1: 10,000 and 1: 20,000.

Patients appear normal at birth. Usually the following characteristics are noticed from the first year of life:

Phelan-McDermid syndrome (or 22q13.3 deletion syndrome) results from chromosomal microdeletion.

Scoliosis is the curvature of the spine relative to its axis. In severe cases, there is a deformation of the chest and pelvis, as well as the violations of the heart, lungs and pelvic organs.

People who have suffered a #stroke face problems with speech impairment, difficulty in self-service in everyday life, difficulties with walking.


Very often, without psychological and physical support, the patient can not return to an active life.


Multiple sclerosis is a dimilizing disease of the nervous system.

In the recent years, multiple sclerosis has grown significantly younger and there are cases of the debut of the disease at 9 years in the medical practice.

Spinal muscular atrophy #SMA is a disease of the central nervous system characterized by the muscle weakness, motor difficulties and in the worst cases inability to move. 

The issue of #autism diagnostics occurs very often because children with this disease do not differ from their peers before they turn 3-5 years old.

Rich clinical experience with the rare genetic diseases in the center of Cosmosuit gives us the right to assert that we are unique in the rehabilitation of children with the following diagnosis:

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