Brain Rehabilitation Department

Modern medicine pays more and more attention not only to the stages of diagnosis and treatment but also to the recovery process, especially when it comes to oncology. Many forms of cancer tend to recur, affecting the patient's future, as well as possible complications after prolonged, debilitating treatment. It is not enough just to get rid of the tumour, it is important to consolidate the effect of the treatment, to learn to live anew.

Therefore, restorative medicine is of great importance. In the Israeli clinic Tel Aviv Medical Clinic, where patients from all over the world are treated in the rehabilitation department, recovery is of particular importance. Our specialists will provide highly qualified assistance in various fields for each person. We use an integrated approach to therapy. Our doctors have a wealth of practical experience and knowledge. The wards of the department are equipped with everything necessary for a comfortable stay of patients. We provide round-the-clock care and control. Our psychotherapists will help to restore not only physical strength but also the moral strength. It should be noted that the clinic has established tariffs at the state level. You get a wide range of services at an affordable price.

Features of rehabilitation

Surgical intervention in the brain area is considered one of the most dangerous in medical practice, therefore, it is associated with several side effects and complications. To eliminate them and prevent a deterioration in the patient's well-being, competent and timely rehabilitation is required under the guidance of experienced doctors. A comprehensive rehabilitation program is based on an individual approach and consists of various aspects: medical, psychological and social. At each stage, the patient has access to consultations of highly specialized specialists.

The main tasks of rehabilitation are: 

  • the return of basic self-care skills (bathing, washing, eating, changing clothes, etc.);
  • self-management of needs;
  • restoration of motor activity, including independent movement (if necessary, with the help of aids);
  • gaining psycho-emotional and physical comfort, a steady desire for recovery;
  • restoration of lost or acquisition of new professional skills.

Rehabilitation is not just supportive techniques, but a whole range of measures that can be developed individually. The approach practised in our department with the involvement of highly qualified specialists in related fields of medicine demonstrates a positive result, returning patients to normal life.