<![CDATA[The Fastest Way Back]]> http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207  ]]> Wed, 08 Nov 2017 15:54:32 -0200 About Dr. Suzanna Horovitzhttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=164Dr. Suzanna Horovitz is one of the most well known medical experts in Israel, specializing in major joints, such as knees and hip joints, including orthopedic surgery of sports-related joint injuries. Her expertise and vast experience in the field has helped many patients who suffered from knee or hip joint related pain, to return to an active life]]>Wed, 08 Nov 2017 15:54:32 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=164Agreements with healthcare services and insurance companieshttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=271 Maccabi Healthcare Services - In agreement for private consultation and private orthopedic surgery for members of Maccabi Sheli / Gold / Silver. Leumit Healthcare Services - In agreement for private consultation and private orthopedic surgery for members of Leumit Gold / Silver. Clalit Healthcare Services - In agreement for private consultation and private orthopedic surgery for members of Clalit Mushlam / Platinum. In agreements with the following Insurance companies for private consultation and private orthopedic :Phoenix, Clal, Migdal, Menorah, Direct Insurance, Ayalon.]]>Wed, 23 Aug 2017 21:53:03 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=271Knee Arthroscopyhttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=169Arthroscopic knee surgeries are performed for various reasons, the most common being a complete or partial tear of the meniscus , found inside the knee]]>Wed, 13 Feb 2013 16:30:32 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=169Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstructive Surgeryhttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=172This important ligament connects the hip bone (femur) with the shin bone (tibia), balancing and stabilizing the bones. The ACL is located in the center of the knee and creates an X shape together with the Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL]]>Wed, 13 Feb 2013 16:31:13 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=172Total Knee Replacementhttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=174The main reason for knee replacement is the pain suffered by the patient. A painful, non functioning knee can significantly decrease the ability to run a full, active life. Advancements in this type of surgery in the past 25 years made knee replacement surgery a very common and reasonable solution for damaged knees]]>Thu, 20 Mar 2014 13:55:44 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=174Hip Arthroscopyhttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=170Hip Arthroscopy is typically required in the following cases: Free moving object/s occur in the hip joint cartilage. In cases of labral tear which may rub against the cartilage (a tissue that is crucial for proper function of the hip joint, within the pelvis). In cases of inflammation of the hip joint (synovitis). The emergence of hip joint degeneration, commonly accompanies by the emergence of bone protuberances to the hip joint, which limit the hip’s movement. ]]>Wed, 13 Feb 2013 16:32:32 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=170Hip Joint Replacementhttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=175The main reason for performing hip joint replacement is the pain suffered by a patient with a diseased hip. Hip deterioration does not only cause pain, but also prevents people from performing every day activities]]>Wed, 13 Feb 2013 16:33:27 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=175Ankle Arthroscopyhttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=171Ankle Arthroscopy is typically required where free moving objects exist in the joint, in cases of damage to the cartilage of the lower ankle bone (OCD), or in cases of severe tissue clustering inside the ankle joint after injury or open surgery]]>Wed, 13 Feb 2013 16:36:05 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=171Professional Associations http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=166Dr. Suzanna Horovitz is a member of the Israeli Orthopedic Association, Sports Medicine Association, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy Association, and of ISAKOS - the International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine. ]]>Tue, 09 Mar 2010 14:13:50 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=166The Tel-Aviv Knee Clinichttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=165Specializing in knee surgery, knee replacements, knee arthroscopic surgery and knee ligament reconstructive surgery - typically using arthroscopy. These surgeries are performed in private hospitals, such as Assuta Hospital.]]>Wed, 13 Feb 2013 16:34:27 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=165The philosophy of treatment - One Stop Shop http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=167Her vast experience in major joint surgery, specializing in all types of surgical techniques in the field, enables Dr. Suzanna Horovitz to give her patients the most fitting surgical procedure (one stop shop), with minimal surgical intervention, and at the same time giving the patients the highest chances for success]]>Tue, 09 Mar 2010 14:11:47 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=167Arthroscopic Surgery http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=168Unlike “open” surgery, where a relatively large incision is performed causing significant tissue damage, Arthroscopic surgery is a minimal-intrusive surgical intervention, and is intended for diagnosing and treating injured joints (knee, hip joint, ankle)]]>Thu, 04 Mar 2010 15:39:30 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=168PCL - Posterior Cruciate Ligament http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=173 The PCL, a thick major ligament in the knee, is located behind the ACL, and prevents the shin bone (tibia) from moving backwards against the hip bone (femur), as opposed to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament which prevents the forward movement of the tibia. The ACL and PCL are both responsible for the proper positioning of the bones which together make up the knee joint]]>Thu, 04 Mar 2010 16:03:15 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=173Medical Expert Opinionhttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=176 Dr. Suzanna Horovitz is well known as one of the most experienced Orthopedic surgeons in Israel, specializing in Orthopedic diagnosis, and examining patients to determine handicap levels. Dr. Horovitz is an appointed Orthopedic Surgeon on the Appeal Committees of the National Insurance Institute of Israel, is an appointed Orthopedic Surgeon on the Medical Committees of the Israeli Ministry of Defense ]]>Thu, 04 Mar 2010 16:18:37 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=176For consultationhttp://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=177Dr. Suzanna Horovitz practices in a Tel Aviv clinic Weizmann Center Tower, 14th Floor 14 Weizmann Street, Tel Aviv 64239 Israel Phone: 03-6347038 Fax: 09-9571206 email: clinic@knees.co.il ]]>Wed, 14 Aug 2013 12:34:28 -0200http://knees.co.il/?CategoryID=207&ArticleID=177