Rehabilitation encompasses far more than simply repairing isolated parts of your body. It is also a way to rejuvenate and restore health to your mind. A focus on total and holistic healthcare is therefore needed to facilitate genuine rehabilitation. The best way to do this is to visit a facility with highly trained and experienced physicians who implement the latest technologies and techniques.
Sheba Rehabilitation Hospital – one of the leading rehabilitation centers in the world and the most advanced in Israel
Rehabilitation means restoring health and function, not only to the body but also to the mind. The Rehabilitation Hospital is one of the six hospitals at Sheba Medical Center and exists to help all of our patients regain control over their lives. As the national rehabilitation hospital of Israel, our facility provides world-class medicine with a personal touch by offering rehabilitation services for a variety of conditions and needs.
The Rehabilitation Center advances our goal of tailor-made medicine by providing very specialized care for each patient. This includes orthopedic, psychiatric, neurologic, geriatric, respiratory, and post-trauma rehabilitation. We are the foremost rehabilitation center in the nation and represent the cutting edge of rehabilitative medicine worldwide. In fact, the Rehabilitation Hospital at Sheba Medical Center provides treatment to both IDF service members as well as victims of terrorism.
The Neuro-Oncology Rehabilitation Day Hospital is a recent addition to Sheba Medical Center, providing integrative care for people who have survived cancer that affected the nervous system. Every patient is treated with a personalized program that aims to build physical strength and endurance. A range of healthcare experts, including neuropsychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and a rehabilitation nurse collaborate to optimize quality of life and independence for each individual.
At this specialized division of Sheba’s Rehabilitation Hospital, our team works to restore and improve patients’ physical and psychological skills so they can function as normally as possible in social, family, and occupational roles.