Served as a nurse during the Second Intifadah. She responded to countless bombings in Jerusalem. Always fearful of a secondary attack, she carried as many people as she could from the bomb site to a safer location where she could perform life-saving medical services. Often, she carried two or more men each one more than twice her size, pushed by the adrenaline to help, not realizing the added weight on her shoulders. She can't even describe how she was able to do it. A year into her service, she noticed paralysis in her leg and her back caved in. She had 5 broken discs and extreme pain and even after surgeries and rehabilitation has chronic flare-ups of debilitating back pain. 15 years later, she began to develop emotional problems as well. She has flashbacks to images of the blood and victims screaming in her arms. Too many people who were critically injured were in herr hands and she spent a good part of those two years covered in blood and walking through horrific sites of terror attacks trying to save injured men and women. Since then, her need to save people has grown almost out of proportion.
Revital was tattooed on October 9th, 2017 by artist Big Meas at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.