Gali Stoffman, MD, graduated Tel Aviv University School of Medicine, in 1997. She then studied Traditional Chinese Medicine, as well as Theory of Stems and Branches, and specialized in Pediatrics.
Dr. Stoffman is the Medical Director of Maccabi Tivi, the Complementary and Integrative Medical Services of Maccabi Healthcare Organization (HMO) Israel, which includes some 1000 CIM practitioners and integrative doctors. In addition, for the past 4 years, Dr. Stoffman heads the Integrative In-patient Services of Barzilai Medical Center, in south of Israel. She is also the medical director and owner of a private multidisciplinary clinic, Panda Pediatric Clinic.
In addition to her clinical activities, for the past twelve years, Dr. Stoffman has been teaching a one year long post-graduate program of Pediatric Chinese Medicine, in collaboration with Mr. Julian Scott (England), as well as teaching Pediatric Chinese Medicine in the Tel Aviv University, Hebrew University and Technion Schools of Medicine.
She also teaches pediatric Chinese Medicine seminars in various TCM schools in Europe, and has lectured several times in the German Rothenburg TCM Congress Pediatric day. She is guest speaker at the Jingshen Pediatrics Course of Dr. Stephen Cowan and Mr. Moshe Heller.
Dr. Stoffman is an active member of the Board of the Israeli Integrative Medicine Society, within the Israeli Medical Association.
Dr. Stoffman has written a chapter about Pediatric Insomnia for a book titled "Behandlung von Schlafstorungen", along side Dr. Y. Maimon, Dr. S. Englert and Dr. H. Montakab, published by Verlag Muller & Steinicke Munchen, in Germany.
Long-term effects of the pandemic on children's well-being and what we can do about itDr. Gali Stoffman (IL)
Treatment of short-term and long-term outcomes in post-traumatic childrenDr. Gali Stoffman (IL)EN