We are always striving to keep pace with the time, which is why we are continually introducing new technologies with high capabilities.
With our innovative healthcare solutions, we always make sure the patients get the full satisfaction in their stay at the hospital
With our 24/7 ambulance services, we are ready to serve you anywhere in Lebanon. Just pick up the phone and call us on 09 644644 for any emergencies.
FAQ’s – Zika Virus
What is Zika virus?
Zika is a flavivirus that is mainly transmitted by mosquitoes. It belongs to a family that includes the viruses that cause West Nile fever, dengue, tick-borne encephalitis and yellow fever. Zika virus is not a new virus. It was first discovered in Africa in the 1940s. Between 2013 and 2015, several outbreaks were documented in islands and archipelagos in the Pacific region, including a large outbreak in French Polynesia. In 2015, Zika virus emerged in South America, with further spread across the Americas.
Where can you get infected with Zika virus?
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What are the symptoms of a Zika virus infection?
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24/7 Ambulance Services
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Our Physical Therapy Department
Raymond Sahyoun – Physiotherapist
Our physical therapy department creates a warm and healing environment. It’s where we could spend the necessary time to listen to our patients and understand the factors affecting their health, to provide thorough, individually tailored care.
We provide rehabilitation to individuals who are recovering from an illness or an injury. Each patient is assessed to identify his rehabilitation needs. Individualized treatment plans are created based on the patient’s goals, condition and ability to function.
Our therapists are committed to provide excellent service to our patient’s by participating in continuing education to learn and provide the most current treatment techniques. Some of the more common conditions for which physical therapists provide treatment include:
Sports injuries, such as overuse injuries and trauma in athletes. Joint and soft-tissue injuries, such as sprains, strains, tendinitis, fractures and dislocations, and pre- and post-surgical conditions. Arthritic conditions, including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Workplace injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, cumulative trauma and stress disorders. Neck and back pain.
Your first visit will include a thorough examination, utilizing specific tests and measures for your condition. Your therapist will make a clinical judgment based on the information gathered during the exam, which will guide him or her in putting your treatment plan. Your therapist will discuss the results with you, along with the recommended treatment, while considering your goals for improvement.
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