The most cutting-edge physiotherapy and rehabilitation center are brought to the UAE and the region by American Hospital Dubai. The facility’s top-notch physiotherapists address conditions, impairments, and injuries that impair movement in addition to providing pre- and post-operative therapy to enhance patient wellness.
Under the direction of American Board-certified physicians, the center provides the most recent technologies and procedures to support surgery prevention and patient education.
Delivering cutting-edge care based on scientific and technological advancements is the center’s main goal. With 15 physiotherapy rooms, three gyms (two for adults and one for children), one occupational therapy room, and three speech therapy rooms, the physiotherapy department offers a full range of outpatient treatments. Cardiovascular rehabilitation, magnetic therapy, shockwave therapy, scoliosis treatment, neurological therapy, soft tissue mobilization, and cryotherapy/heat therapy are among the adult therapies it offers.
For instances like sensory integration, pediatric eating, and swallowing treatment, the center offers a staff of pediatric specialists.
The dedicated In-patient Rehabilitation Department of American Hospital’s Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centre offers intense, multi-disciplinary services aimed at enhancing patients’ quality of life. The institution can handle patients with a wide range of illnesses, including critical illness myopathy/neuropathy, stroke, spinal cord injury, brain damage, cardiac and lung disease, orthopedic surgery, amputations, musculoskeletal problems, and instances with multiple trauma.
Sherif Beshara, Group CEO of the Mohamed and Obaid Al Mulla Group and CEO of the American Hospital Dubai, said: “Through its newest and first-of-its-kind facility in the area, American Hospital Dubai is pleased to provide physical therapy and rehabilitation services. In order to promote the healthcare industry’s ongoing development in the UAE, it helps patients regain their vital functions and improve the quality of their lives.”