"We watched a TV program about special New Year's trees in the United States that could be attached to the ceiling," Yan Goland said. "But we have had this tradition for a long time."
The top of a 2-meter upside-down tree usually hangs about 1-1.5 meters from the floor.
Goland said the upside-down tree humors the patients.
Fir trees in Russia are traditionally put up to celebrate New Year's, not Christmas as in the West.