Freedom to move
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (B.P.T.), Ben-Gurion University B.Sc. Biology – Hebrew University Yael has a wide range of experience in orthopedic rehabilitation having worked in both public and private physiotherapy clinics. She also teaches courses for fitness trainers
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (B.P.T.), Ben-Gurion University Graduate of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Tel HaShomer with the belief in the connection between body and mind. Michal has extensive experience in orthopedic rehabilitation and has managed a public physiotherapy clinic. Has instructed physiotherapy students for more than 10 years
For whom is treatment intended
For whom is treatment intended?
After orthopedic surgery, physiotherapy provides rehabilitative treatment fitting the type of surgery. Examples: rehabilitation from various shoulder surgeries, joint replacement, knee ligament reconstruction, back surgery, etc.
After non-orthopedic surgeries, physiotherapy can assist with pain management and restore movement and strength.
Injuries which result in limited movement and function can benefit from physio care which provides pain relief, techniques to improve strength and reduce future injury. The wide range of injuries includes car accidents, falls, sprains, sports injuries, etc.
For pain which continues for more than 3 months whether the source is known or not yet identified, physiotherapy can assist in reducing pain and helps the patient return to daily functioning.
Pain which recently appears can be alleviated through therapy which reduces swelling and discomfort allowing the patient better movement and function.
For those who suffer from pain and limited movement of the jaw, difficulties with chewing and yawning, physiotherapy can help improve movement.
Physiotherapy is intended for those who have limited movement or suffer from new or long-term pain. We match the appropriate treatment to each person according to his/her situation, medical history and needs. To attain the best results, we use a wide range of advanced methods based on scientific research.
Current research indicates that exercise is the most effective method to improve movement and manage pain after an injury. Exercise treatments include specific movements, strengthening, balance and stretching. They are adjusted to each specific condition
The use of a special type of flexible tape with proper techniques to lower pain, reduce swelling, improve movement. Kinesio is the best-known type of tape which is applied by the physiotherapist. Patients can also be instructed in self-taping