In the Rehabilitation Centre we wish to evaluate the individual, the person as a whole: the symptoms or the pathologies manifesting themselves will thus be an important instrument for the final analysis to collect as much information and data as possible which will allow for the analysis of the complaint of the person from a “holistic” perspective. From the analysis of the localised problem we then seek to broaden our knowledge of the general balance.   In the modern age where the incredible advances of science have allowed us to have a detailed knowledge of the functioning of cells, tissues and microcosms, as well as of the pathologies pertaining to them, one runs the risk of missing the overall picture, the union of the various systems, of the various microcosms. Mine is an attempt to call the attention back to the capacity for synthesis, in the search for balance in the whole system. From the knowledge of the single we can also attain knowledge of the whole: Man