Orthopedics

The Orthopedic Surgery Departments attend to a wide range of complications requiring orthopedic surgery: complex, orthopedic traumatic injuries; back surgery; joint replacement surgical procedures; hand surgery; arthroscopy surgery; sports medicine; treatment of foot and ankle disorders; and treatment for diabetic foot conditions.

Trauma services are available for diverse skeletal injuries, based upon vast experience, including cases of fractured pelvis and acetabulum fractures. Treatment for different types of open and closed fractures is provided with state-of-the-art techniques such as intramedullary nailing. Some of the most sophisticated treatment methods have been developed here in Israel, such as the IIizarov Technique.

Sports Medicine is a unique, multi-specialty field, aimed at providing assistance to all those who engage in sports – professionals and amateurs, adults and children – offering solutions to complications arising as a result of sporting activity.

Clinical activity is carried out by sub-units:

Shoulder and Elbow Unit
Joint Replacement Service
Foot and Ankle Unit
Spine Deformity Unit
Orthopedic Trauma Unit
Sports Injuries & Knee and Ankle Arthroscopic Surgery
Pediatric Orthopedics Unit