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  • Outpatient Clinics   
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  • Ambulance and Emergency 7 / 24

Department of Physical Therapy

What is physical therapy? : Physiotherapy is one of the oldest medical sciences and is based on studied medical bases and is considered one of the most important supporting sections.
Physical therapy or physiotherapy is a medical field that evaluates physical therapy to restore the organic functions and motor performance of the body using physical methods such as temperature, cold, electrical properties and therapeutic exercises.

In addition, physical therapy is the art of dealing with the body to improve his health and prevent future injuries by understanding and studying the movements of the body, including the assessment and treatment of pain and correct the parts exposed to damage.
The section includes specialists with competence and experience in this area, where they evaluate the condition of the patient after conversion from the consultant and the preparation and implementation of the treatment plan.

Areas of specialization:

Internal and cardiac diseases:

Rehabilitation for a large number of individuals with heart disorders, or those who have heart surgery or pulmonary diseases such as angina, post-open heart disease, respiratory diseases and elderly diseases

Great System Diseases:

Rehabilitation of patients after the operation, such as fractures and injuries to the stadiums such as cruciate ligament, joint changes, joint stiffness, curvature of the spine and muscle atrophy.

Diseases of the nervous system:

To work with individuals with disorders or neurological diseases such as paralysis, nerve infections, spinal cord injuries, slipped cartilage and paralysis of the seventh nerve.

Pediatrics :

Helps to rehabilitate and improve overall balance and cognitive-sensory integration such as children with developmental retardation, cerebral palsy and paralysis