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    Bahai Gardens. Haifa

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    Wailing Wall

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    Ancient Jerusalem

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    Al-Aqsa Mosque

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    View of Jerusalem

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    View from the Masada Fortress

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    Desert Mountains

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    Landscape near the Dead Sea

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    The City of Haifa

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    Hippodrome at Caesarea

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    Israeli craft

Hip and knee replacement in Israel starts from $22,000 and features well-developed rehab care

Due to historical experience in treating patients from military conflict areas, Israeli orthopedists are known for treatment of spine and joints, orthopedic oncology, and microsurgery. Here, you have access to orthokine drug therapy for osteoarthritis, orthopedic surgery for cerebral palsy, and minimally-invasive arthroscopy to quicken your rehabilitation care.

If you are considering orthopedic surgery in Israel, local hospitals would charge you $23,000 for knee replacement, $22,000 for hip replacement, and $6,500 for minimally-invasive arthroscopy.

Orthopedics in Israel focuses on treating:

  • herniated spinal disc
  • scoliosis
  • sports trauma
  • multiple fractures
  • etc.

Most overseas patients opt for orthopedic surgery at Hadassah Medical Center (Jerusalem) as it offers A-Z treatment and rehabilitation packages including accommodation, transfers, translation, etc.

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