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Amir Arami MD

"Give the best treatment to every patient, stand by the patients, be attentive compassionate and accessible."


Dr. Arami was born in 1976 and lives in Israel. Father of two. Crazy about sports and birds chirping.

Graduated from the School of Medicine at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Dr. Arami completed an internship in orthopedic surgery at the Beilinson Medical Center and completed an internship in hand surgery at the Sheba Medical Center. During his professional training, he studied in several places around the world in peripheral and microsurgery.


Today Dr. Arami works as a physician and senior surgeon in the hand surgery department, and is the director of the “Microsurgery and Peripheral Nerve Surgery unit” at the Sheba Medical Center.

Dr. Arami demonstrates academic involvement that includes lectures at conferences and collaborations in surgical and research work with leading surgeons in Israel and around the world. Dr. Arami is the author of scientific articles, a partner in development &research projects and is involved in the development of new technologies. Dr. Arami is also active in teaching medical students at Tel Aviv University and a teacher in the Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation Department of the University of Haifa. 


Dr. Arami masters all areas of hand surgery, and operates in the leading and well-equipped surgery rooms in the country. 

Dr. Arami is good at combining excellent surgical skills with a human approach, making sure to get to know his patients personally and that the highest level treatment is tailored to meet the patients’ conditions. 

Member of the following professional organizations:

  • Association of Physicians in Israel

  • Organization of State Physicians

  • The Israeli Hand Surgery Association

Areas of Practice

Areas of Practice

Hand Surgery
Peripheral nerve surgery

Microsurgery is a type of surgery that is performed under a microscope on small blood vessels or nerves. This technique allows a tissue (skin, muscle, bone) to be transferred from one place in the body to another for the purpose of:

  • Improvement of function by muscle transfers

  • Tissue coverage after trauma, tumor or infection

  • Preserving an organ that is in danger

  • amputated organ transplants

  • Complex bone grafts for the treatment of deficiency or lack of connection after fracture

Peripheral nerve surgery

Peripheral Nerve Surgery is a field that incorporates surgical capabilities from the areas of hand surgery, neurosurgery and plastic surgery. The accumulated knowledge gained in recent years allows for the recovery of both post-acute and chronic injury related to the peripheral nervous system. Nerve transfer surgery is an important tool in surgical treatment.

  • Treatment of upper or lower limb nerve compression neuropathies

  • Treatment following  injury to the brachial plexus, acute or late

  • Restoration of function after peripheral nerve injury

  • Restoration of upper limb function after spinal cord injury

  • Surgical treatment of pain caused by peripheral nerve injury

Hand Surgery

Hand surgery is a surgical profession focused on treating acute and chronic upper limb problems, with the aim of preserving or restoring optimal limb function. The profession deals with tissues of different character and function - skin, tendons, nerves, blood vessels, bones and joints.

This approach targets a wide variety of situations such as:

  • Treatment of acute upper limb injury

  • Restoration of function after an old upper limb injury

  • Nerve Recovery

  • Tendon transfers

  • Treatment of birth defects

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