The Hadassah Mount Scopus Hospital in Jerusalem has recently acquired a new device from the USA that is revolutionizing the rehabilitation process for patients with leg injuries. Developed by NASA, the device allows patients to start putting weight on their foot immediately after surgery, leading to faster and more efficient rehabilitation progress.
Professor Isabella Schwartz, director of the rehabilitation department at the hospital, explained that this is the only and first device of its kind in Jerusalem. The device has been used to treat various types of injuries that have led to a limitation or prevention of walking, such as muscle weakness or balance problems. It has also been used for sports injuries and even by top-class athletes.
One patient, Dvir, who underwent surgery on his leg due to a pedicle injury, used the device to return to walking in a normal way. During treatment on the device, he felt like he was walking like before the injury and mentioned that it helped him feel like he was on his way to walking with both feet independently.
Professor Schwartz noted that Dvir’s determination and desire to move forward are an inspiration to everyone around him. The hospital is excited about the new therapeutic options that the device provides and is looking forward to helping more patients with their rehabilitation.
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