Overview

Physiotherapy is the fourth most important professional care in the world. The physiotherapy team is an integral part of the multidisciplinary system, treating patients with chronic health conditions and using physical means to restore or stimulate motor function. The Department of Physiotherapy is committed to providing professional health services and is constantly engaged in development, training, research, clinical studies, and involvement in the education of students, staff, and the community.
What is physical therapy and how does it help?
Physiotherapy is the assessment, treatment, and prevention of musculoskeletal dysfunction through the use of physical means including manual therapy, exercises, electrotherapy or counseling. The evaluation includes a full review of the case history as well as the medical history. Then a physical examination follows. Physiotherapy relieves pain through practical exercises for bones, muscles, nerves, ligaments and joint injuries.
What can we treat?

We can treat many problems including pain, inflammation, muscle spasms, neck and back problems, sciatica, headaches, as well as sports injuries such as hamstrings, elbows, shin splints, cartilage, ligaments, after joint replacement operations, and orthopedic problems such as fractures. Vital body movement, and if you've been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, arthritis, or have a joint problem, we can provide advice, exercises (including aqua aerobics) and treatments for pain relief

Physiotherapy can be used to treat many cases of musculoskeletal problems

Also, you do not need to be an athlete in order to benefit from physical therapy services. In Dallah hospitals, you can benefit from these services, whatever the cause of injury or pain, to get effective treatment with high quality as soon as possible

All of our facilities are equipped with the latest medical devices and advanced equipment in order to enhance our ability to take care of you to the fullest. We have specialized rehabilitation facilities specifically designed to help you recover safely and as quickly as possible after an injury or illness.

Physiotherapy services
The Department of Physiotherapy provides its services to patients of all ages in the following areas:

Dysfunction of muscles, nerves, heart and respiratory diseases, lymphedema. In addition to specialized programs designed specifically for patients inside and outside the hospital who suffer from cystic fibrosis, burns, hemophilia, brain injuries, rheumatic conditions and local disorders, and arrangements for reviewing outpatients are made as soon as physiotherapy is recommended

The Physiotherapy Department provides its services to patients inside and outside the hospital and to all clinic departments 16 hours a day 6 days a week

All rehabilitation medicine services are provided from 8 am to 10 pm from Saturday to Thursday, and they include cases of nerves, spinal cord injuries, amputations and arthritis. And daily services are available in the hospital for individuals according to their condition, and services are available for outpatients with musculoskeletal problems, including bones, joints, muscles, moving parts, and others.

We do on call services on Fridays. If the new patient wishes to be evaluated and treated, the doctor or nurse calls the physiotherapist who is on standby. The cases we specialize in include heart and respiratory diseases, trauma, neurosurgery, orthopedics, sports injuries, pediatrics, gynecology and lymphedema.
Physiotherapy services for inpatients
Physiotherapists work in all departments of the hospital and staff are available in the following departments:

  • Accidents and emergencies
  • Department of General Medicine
  • Women disease
  • Neurology, including stroke rehabilitation unit
  • ICU, CCU, NICU, PICU
  • maternity section
  • Orthopedic Department
  • Department of Rheumatology
  • Department of Surgery
  • OB/GYN department
  • Pediatric department
  • Cardiac department
Outpatient Department of Physiotherapy
Services are provided to all patients who have appointments in the outpatient department of physiotherapy