CMRC Celebrates World Physical Therapy Day with Doctors and Patients
Abu Dhabi, 9th September 2018: On World Physical Therapy Day, Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center organized special events for doctors and patients at their Al Ain and Abu Dhabi facilities.
World Physical Therapy Day is celebrated on 8th September every year, to raise awareness about the crucial contribution that therapists and doctors make to keeping people well, mobile and independent.
Dr. Howard Podolsky, CEO, CMRC, said, “At CMRC, we recognize the significance of this day and that’s why we decided to celebrate it this year with our doctors, therapists, patients and their families. Our team of expert therapists play a key role in the lives of our patients, bringing them mobility and relief. It was great to see the entire CMRC community get together to spread the message and share some great moments. I am happy to announce that from now, we will be celebrating this day every year.”
During the celebration, patients and their families participated in various activities and learnt about simple, yet effective wellbeing techniques from CMRC doctors and therapists.
Cambridge Medical & Rehabilitation Center (CMRC) is the UAE’s leading rehabilitation and long-term care provider, with facilities in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, restoring health and bringing peace of mind to each of our patients and their family members through an approach that combines the latest medical technology and techniques with a genuinely human touch.
CMRC world-class physicians, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists provide tailor-made care to patients with short and long-term rehabilitation needs, as well as those with chronic health issues.
Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center provides multidisciplinary and intensive rehabilitation for individuals suffering from neurological problems in subacute, post-acute and long-term care settings. With Ventilator weaning beds available on site we are able to transfer patients with stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury or Guilian Barre syndrome directly from the intensive care setting and provide intensive care rehabilitation as well as neurorehabilitation in a unique, homelike post-acute care setting.