Senior Pediatric Neurologist
specialist in pediatric movement disorders, medical treatment for children with cerebral palsy.
Founded and runs the multi- disciplinary CP clinic at Shaare Zedek medical center, for diagnosis and combined coordinated treatment
Dr Ron LamdanMD
Senior pediatric orthopedic surgeon, head of the pediatric orthopedic service at Hadassah Medical center, specialist in management and surgery of joint deformities’ in children with CP. Emphasizes on prevention and early detection as a key factor for improving the child’s function and well being.
Dr Liana Beni AdaniMD
Senior Pediatric Neurosurgeon,
specialist in minimal invasive surgery
for ameliorating spasticity.
Is the leading neurosurgeon in Israel
for intratechal baclofen pump
implantation and selective dorsal
Vardit KindlerOTR, MEd
Senior occupational therapist.
Director of the OT in the Dvorah Agmon
(HaGan Hashikumi) Preschool
Senior Bobath Tutor. Specializing in
accessing assistive technology solutions,
power mobility for young children with
cerebral palsy, adaptive play and cortical
Speech and language therapist. MA
Expert in treating language, speech, AAC, eating and communication.
Specializes in treating children with complex disabilities.
Instructor of AAC at the
Lecturer in the Department of Communication Disorders in Hadassah College.
Nava GelkopPT, MSc
Senior physiotherapist, head of the health professional, sport and hydrotherapy teams in Keren-Or center, specialist in rehabilitation programs for children with CP. Emphasizes preventative programs throughout the day, the use of appropriate splints and equipment and intensive goal oriented family centered programs. Specializes in siting and positioning devices
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Kaiser Permanente California,
2016 In numbers
timely tele-Stroke consultation
2,500 patients with acute stroke
75 % increase in acute treatment
12 minutes earliar imaging
11 minutes earliar use of clot-dissolving medication
Naturalistic observation diagnostic assessment (NODA) was designed to enable parents to video their child’s behavior for diagnostic assessment. Telehealth can facilitate early diagnosis and early intervention.
There is a lack of neurologists who can interpret EEG recordings. With global communications this problem can be rectified.
EEG files are recorded locally and interpreted by volunteer interpreter anywhere in the world immediately.