Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Clinic Director: Dr. Sharon Eylon

For appointments please phone: 02-6494321

E-mail: seylon@alyn.org

The rehabilitative treatments are conducted according to the instructions given by the attending surgeons from the community or our doctors. The treatment instructions change according to the child’s functional status, and the team of therapists can consult freely with the medical team at any time.

The rehabilitation process is suitable for children with a new orthopedic problem, for children who have just had surgery, or to improve the functional status of children with chronic diagnoses. This process occurs in one of 3 frameworks at ALYN: outpatient clinics, day hospital/partial hospitalization (נועה זה התרגום הנכון לאשפוז יום?), or full hospitalization. The treatment framework differs from one child to another and changes throughout the rehabilitation process, according to the child’s condition.

The cooperation and the familial and social support of the child comprise a significant part of the orthopedic rehabilitation process. Family and children will often be required to perform exercises in between the treatments, either during hospitalization or at home. The success of the child and of the entire rehabilitation process depends on everyones cooperation!

Parents- if youwould like to explore orthopedic rehabilitation options for your child We recommend scheduling a joint assessment appointment with the orthopedic surgeon and a physiotherapist and/or occupational therapist, during which we will meet the child and be able to examine whether a rehabilitation process is suitable, and then develop a customized framework for your child. You can schedule an appointment at +972-2-6494327 or Fax: +972-2-6494-800. You are welcome to invite your regular therapists to join.

 

The Orthopedic Service in-house team:

Dr. Sharon Eylon - Head of service

Dr. Shirley Meyer

Dr. Michal Frankl

Miss Nurit Twill - Administration 

 

 

 

 

Ask us:
02-6494222
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