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    NMC Provita International Medical Centre, Abu Dhabi

    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates


    Foundation year






    Medical staff

    All / Top Specialties

    • Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)

    • General Rehabilitation

    • Vascular diseases

    All / Top Services

    • Disease-modifying therapies

    • Physical therapy

    • General Rehabilitation

    • Neurological Rehabilitation

    • MRI

    • Physiotherapy

    • X-Ray

    • Physical therapy


    NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, is a state-of-the-art hospital established back in 2011 to provide exceptional health care services accessible to everyone. It is a leading multidisciplinary medical sanitarium located in Abu Dhabi, UAE. It is a subsidiary of UAE's largest healthcare provider, 'NMC healthcare.' NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, is a high standard private health care hospital that ensures quality services and facilities to the care seekers. A pool of extraordinarily talented and leading consultants serves the patients here. Their team is deeply committed to their vision. They are devoted to enhancing the potential of its functioning and providing the best possible quality medical care to the impoverished community of Khalifa City, Abu Dhabi. NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, is planned for a captive capacity of above 150 beds with in house avant-garde equipment. It was the pioneer in long-term care in UAE and indeed in the GCC. It utilizes the expertise to provide long-term acute care, and rehabilitation services to its patients. It offers specialized rehabilitation services to their patients, including: --Post-acute rehabilitation --Outpatient rehabilitation --Home health services NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, provides exceptional home healthcare services seven days a week. It is committed to continually studying and evaluating new surgical treatments methods and improving surgical outcomes. It strongly believes in a multidisciplinary approach in taking care of their patients and families. Their goal is to provide safe and compassionate care to the patients. WHY CHOOSE NMC PROVITA INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, ABU DHABI · To ensure convenience for their foreign patients, the staff at NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, is fluent in English. · It works in assistance with major national and international insurance companies. So they enjoy direct billing faculties with insurance corporations and third-party administrators (TPA). · It provides beneficial, high quality, and cost-efficient treatments 24 hours a day and seven days a week. · It provides airport transportation services to patients who travel from foreign countries. They organize flights, visas, and accommodation for international patients. · NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi provides world-class services demonstrated by their gold seal accreditation from the prestigious Joint Commission International (JCI). The Gold Seal of Approval® is an emblem of quality that indicates an organization's commitment to providing precise and effective patient care. Moreover, this hospital has also been granted distinguished accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for its patient-centered long term care community and commitment to its mission. · The NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, provides hospital-like exceptional care services at the residence. TOP SPECIALITIES OF NMC PROVITA INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CARE CENTER · Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) · Vascular Disorders · Physical Therapy · Physiotherapy SPINAL MUSCULAR ATROPHY Spinal Muscular Atrophy is a rare neuromuscular disorder characterized by weakness in skeletal muscles. It impacts the central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, and voluntary muscle movement. It usually affects children and makes it difficult for them to use muscles. It can also affect adults depending upon the type of spinal muscular atrophy. It has different types which start at different ages. All types result in weakness of muscles and difficulty in moving. Spinal Muscular atrophy is a genetic disorder. Its symptoms vary depending upon the type. Some common symptoms include: · Decreased muscle tone · Diminished limb movement · Difficulty breathing · Floppiness It can be treated through medications and genetic replacement therapy called Zolgensma. Both show valuable results. It is the most inherited fatal disease in infants. If left untreated, it can cause the death of a baby. The spinal muscular atrophy program at NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, brings together a team of specialists experienced in caring for children with this rare and complex condition. Their SMA program is devoted to providing comprehensive care for children with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. They provide FDA approved gene replacement therapy for children with SMA. Their team includes neurologists, physical therapists, and anesthesiologists. VASCULAR DISORDERS Vascular disorder is a term used for all diseases that affect your blood vessels (arteries, veins, and capillaries). These diseases can affect the heart's structure and function and can cause severe disorders such as congenital heart disease, coronary artery disease, heart failure, heart attack, and stroke. Vascular diseases are one of the leading causes of death in the world. The causes of vascular diseases include: · High cholesterol · High blood pressure. · Genetics · Injury that damages veins · Smoking, etc. Symptoms of each vascular disease are different. Some common symptoms include: · Chest pain(angina) · Numbness, weakness · Pain full cramps in calf muscles. · Sweating · Pain in the chest, lower jaw, and neck These diseases can be treated by surgeries, proper medication, and by maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi’s multidisciplinary vascular and endovascular team is dedicated to optimizing patients' vascular health. They provide world-class tertiary level vascular care to the people of UAE and the people from across the world. Their physicians are highly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of all forms of arterial and venous conditions. They use the latest advancements in minimally invasive surgical procedures to promote quick recovery. PHYSICAL THERAPY Physical Therapy is a primary care treatment that aims to maintain or restore health through physical examination, diagnosis, physical intervention, and disease prevention. It concentrates on the use of hand-on techniques. You may need physical therapy for any health problem. It may be necessary to: · Recover from stroke · Relieve pain · Improve movement · Recovery from trauma · Improved balance · Recover after you give birth NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, provides CARF accredited outclass rehabilitation services. Their experienced and skilled staff offer an advanced therapy course that will prepare you to return home safely. They offer comprehensive, integrated inpatient physical therapy. PHYSIOTHERAPY Physiotherapy is a treatment that focuses on the science of movement and helps to maintain most of a patient's mobility and functions by addressing the underlying physical causes. It helps treat sudden injury or back pain and conditions such as asthma. Physiotherapists use their skills to improve numerous conditions, including: · Neurological conditions · Chronic heart disorders · Respiratory disorders · Sports injuries Physiotherapy significantly improves rehabilitation and recovery and helps prevent further injury. The physiotherapy department at NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, provides the best therapy to ensure better recovery and mobility to their patients. Each member of their team carefully examines the patient to develop customized treatment courses. Specialists at NMC Provita International Medical Center, Abu Dhabi, provide top physiotherapy facilities including: · Frozen shoulder · Sciatica · Sport injuries · Arthritis · Parkinson's disease