With the help of robotics, people in wheelchairs are learning to walk again, thanks to the Lokomat.
Take Hadassah patient Dvir Teitelbaum, a soldier who was suddenly paralyzed. He’s already seeing improvements with this cutting-edge therapy. The Lokomat was inaugurated at the groundbreaking of Hadassah Hospital’s new Rehabilitation Center on Mount Scopus in Jerusalem.
“Most of our patients come in wheelchairs, and there’s that great moment when they walk out of here,” said Dr. Isabella Schwartz, Head of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
It’s always the right moment to help Hadassah Hospital bring our patients cutting-edge care.