I am the head of the physical therapy program. I did my bachelor's, master's, and Ph.D. in physical therapy from the Faculty of physical therapy, Cairo University, Egypt. I worked as a demonstrator, lecturer, and assistant professor (1998-2013) in the Faculty of physical therapy, Cairo University, Egypt. Then I moved to Saudi Arabia to work in Batterjee Medical College as an associate professor. I published more than 11 scientific papers. I am having experience of 24 years in teaching, research, and physical therapy practice (for integumentary system and post-operative cases) in renowned colleges. Proficient in delivering lectures and demos to UG and PG students using advanced teaching techniques to inspire, mentor, and motivate them. Expert in establishing an accurate diagnosis, formulating a treatment plan, and implementing physical therapy rehabilitation for burn, skin diseases, and post-operative as well as rehabilitation of upper and lower extremities amputation cases. Excellent in patient rapport and communication skills. Quality procedure delivery for best patient outcomes.
Dr. Osama Abdelraouf is professor of physical therapy who spent over 30 years teaching in highly ranked Universities in different countries all over the entire world. This may be the reason he adopts the multicultural education, where histories, texts, values, beliefs, and perspectives of people from different cultural backgrounds are incorporated. He focuses on why or how’ questions rather than ‘what’ questions with whole class brainstorming and more interactions between students. His unique approach in education helped to improve student attitudes towards his courses, as well as their ability to look at things from a broader context and from different angles. In activities, their performance becomes more personal and more reflective. He used to teach a diversity of courses including Biomechanics, human kinesiology, sports injuries, musculoskeletal radiology, as well as basic psychology that serves to add a deeper dimension to his comprehensive teaching philosophy. Moreover, he has many high-quality research works which focus on biomechanical analysis, muscle imbalance, and rehabilitation strategies used to help patients with mechanical musculoskeletal pain. In my studies, postural correction and its impact on functional efficiency is an additional theme. In 2005, he owned the state medal from the Egyptian government for his major contribution in the field of sports rehabilitation.
I am Dr. Usman Thattarauthodiyil, working as a full time professor of physical therapy in Batterjee Medical College for Sciences and Technology, Jeddah, K S A. My professional learning journey in medical education field started from 1993 and I could succeed my PhD in physical therapy from a highly reputed public University (Mangalore University) in India. Thereafter, I got excellent opportunities to fulfill my dream as an academia in well renowned Universities and institutions in India and Abroad (Yenepoya University, Mangalore University and Batterjee Medical College, Jeddah). I could trained and supervise the research projects for hundreds of under graduate and post graduate students. I have published many of my research works in various National and International journals and also presented in various National and International conferences. Yet I consider that I am just getting started and lot more to be achieved in my professional career.
Mohamed Abdel Fattah is an associate professor of physical therapy at Batterjee Medical College in Jeddah. He earned his Ph.D. in Physical Therapy for Growth and Development Disorders in Children and Its Surgery from Cairo University's Faculty of Physical Therapy in 2009 and was promoted to associate professor in 2015. For over 20 years, he has taught numerous theoretical and clinical courses at October 6 University in Egypt and Batterjee Medical College in Jeddah. He is a clinical supervisor for undergraduate and internship students. He had numerous articles published in international journals. His work focuses on pediatric rehabilitation in particular. His favorite place to work is teaching students, conducting research, communicating with alumni, and advising them. He participates in extracurricular activities and community service to interact with the community in order to improve health and quality of life. His family, which includes his wife (a pharmacist), two sons, and one daughter, is an important part of his life. Outside of work, he enjoys reading and football, with Al Ahly Club in Egypt and Liverpool in England being his favorite teams.
I am having Academic & clinical experience of twenty years in the specialty of Physical Therapy for Cardiovascular/ Respiratory Disorder and geriatrics. I completed bachelor's degree of the physical therapy (1999), very good with honor; Then Master's degree in physical therapy for cardiovascular/ respiratory disorder and geriatric, (2006), Excellent; afterward Doctoral degree (2010), very good with honor. I started my career as Demonstrator in Faculty of Physical Therapy, Cairo University (2001-2006), assisted lecturer (2006-2010), Lecturer (2010-2015), and Assistant professor (2015-2017) and then moved to Saudi Arabia to work in Batterjee Medical College as associate professor.
Physical Therapy Department for Cardiovascular disorders and Geriatrics
I am an associate professor of Physical therapy with a teaching experience of 20 years for under and post graduate students in the Basic Science for Physical therapy. I did a master’s and Ph.D. in Physical therapy from the Faculty of physical therapy, Cairo University, and promoted as an associate professor in 2017. I worked since (2001-17) in the Faculty of physical therapy, Cairo University, and then moved to Saudi Arabia to work in Batterjee Medical College as an associate professor. I have many international publications in the Physical therapy specialty.
Dr. Reem Dawood is an assistant professor of physical therapy who joined BMC in 2012 till now her specialty is the basic sciences of PT, she teaches many subjects related to electrotherapy and therapeutic exercises, also she is the coordinator of the physical therapy labs in BMC. She previously worked as a PT lecturer at the Saudi German Institute for Nursing and Allied Health (SGNA) in Jeddah and Madina, where she spent about seven years teaching most of the PT subjects and was the head of the PT department and a member of the institute's exam committee for the last two years. Dr. Reem has extensive clinical experience; that before she joined the teaching she was working as a PT specialist for about twelve years in many hospitals and centers in Egypt and Saudi Arabia (Jeddah and Madina).
I am an assistant professor of Physical therapy with a teaching & clinical experience of 17 years in Physical therapy for Musculoskeletal Disorders. I completed Bachelor of Physical Therapy in (2002) from the Faculty of physical therapy, Cairo University. I did a master’s in (2009) and Ph.D. in Physical Therapy for Musculoskeletal Disorders (2015), and promoted as an assistant professor in (2017). I worked since (2004-2016) in the Faculty of physical therapy, Cairo University, and then moved to Saudi Arabia to work in Batterjee Medical College as an assistant professor. I have international publications in the Physical therapy specialty.
Physical therapy department for musculoskeletal disorders and its surgery
I took my Bachelor's degree as a physical therapist from Btattarjee Medical College in 2013-2014, and then I worked 3 Months at Maryam for physiotherapy center from 1-5-2015 to 1-8-2015. After that I am working as a clinical Lab Instructor in Battarjee Medical College since 8-11-2015 -till present Instructing basic medical courses and various advanced subjects : (Electrophysical Agent I, II ), (Musculoskeletal I, II),(Therapeutic Exercise I, II), (PT Examination procedure I, II), (Geriatrics II),(Kinesiology & Biomechanics )and (Neuro physical therapy). Also, I am one of the Alumni Association Committee. In the Process of taking Master Degree from King Abdulaziz University 3-9-2018 till present.