ISRAEL AT WAR - DAY 290

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Returning to Life: Sheba’s new rehab center for war injuries

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Over ten thousand Israelis have been injured since the war started. Sheba is helping them recover, providing hope without boundaries every step of the way.

Introducing Sheba Medical Center’s Returning to Life department – a dedicated facility for those injured on October 7th and throughout the Iron Swords war. Offering comprehensive care, from physical and occupational therapy to spiritual guidance and socialization opportunities, patients are supported throughout their entire rehabilitation process.

As Israel’s premier center of rehabilitation, Sheba Medical Center utilizes pioneering technologies while maintaining the personal connection with each and every patient.

Rehabilitation will be one of the paramount challenges following this war, and at Sheba, it is already well underway. Professor Israel Dudkiewicz, head of rehabilitation, and Itay, an IDF soldier who was shot on October 7th, share insights from the new ward.

At Sheba, we are not just saving lives, but returning to life, providing hope without boundaries every step of the way.

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