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Mohamed graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Kinesiology Degree in December of 2015.
Mohamed's major was Sport Performance, and he has also dealt with many fields such as sport nutrition, health psychology, and sport injuries throughout his studies.
Mohamed has a passion for rehabilitation medicine, and is wanting to continue his studies in order to becoming a Physical Therapist.
Mohamed on his spare time enjoys playing Basketball, and Exercising
Mercy graduated in 2002 as Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, India. She was awarded “The Best Outgoing Student Award” for excellent academic performance during her study. She did her internship in various disciplines like orthopedic, neurology, cardiovascular, women’s health, fitness and rehab in India. She worked for 9 years as a physiotherapist in neuromusculoskeletal and sports clinic as Senior Physiotherapist before moving to Canada in 2012. While her tenure as a physiotherapist in India, she engaged herself in assessing patients through evaluative measures and established treatment goals based on diagnosis and functional outcomes. She also liaised with referring physicians and other healthcare professionals regarding patient’s problems, needs and development and maintained clinical and statistical records of the department.
Mercy constantly enrolled in continuing medical education programs and conferences to update her skills and techniques. She strongly believes “knowledge is power” and is interested in pursuing education courses further to keep herself updated.
She is passionate about connecting with people of all walks of life. Her biggest strength is caring attitude with an in-depth subject knowledge and clinical experience. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her wonderful family.
Nick Naboulsi graduated about a year ago from Norquest College with a Physical Therapy assistant diploma . Shortly after, he worked at a physical therapy clinic which involved a lot of exercise training with clients and modalities.
Nick currently works at the University of Alberta Hospital individuals of all ages. Nick has experience working with orthopedics, internal medicine, stroke, chest physio, general surgery, and pediatric patients. Nick has experience mobilizing patients, strengthening and creating exercises for his patients. He enjoys working with all age groups. Nick’s favorite quote: “Impossible Is Nothing”.
Nick enjoys Soccer, Hockey, Football, Baseball, and Golf. Nick has a passion for playing soccer since he was a little kid.
Tania is currently enrolled in a MSc. program in Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Alberta. She has received her Bachelors of Physiotherapy in 2012 from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India and qualified to work as a
Physiotherapist. She has worked in India as a home care therapist in Vimhans hospital and a research physiotherapist on Parkinson’s patients in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi the most prestigious institute in the country.
She has obtained extensive knowledge and experience to deal with people of differentbackgrounds who were in need of rehabilitation therapy for orthopedics, neuro-rehabilitation, cardiovascular and geriatric rehabilitation. She established excellent communication and interaction skills with patients, families, physicians and other healthcare workers. She possess exceptional ability in assessing, planning and carrying
out therapy programs with sound knowledge and application of computer to record patients’ files and information. Her current area of research at University of Alberta is to investigate the relevance of the light touch reference while walking on a treadmill with eyes closed. She presented her talk at the Society for Neuroscience Conference in Chicago, IL, USA (October 2015). She has also worked on a report entitled “Planning for the Alberta Physical Therapy workforce: The need for an Internationally Educated Physical Therapist Training Program” at the University of Alberta. She possesses active membership with Canadian Physiotherapy association (CPA) and CPR Heath Care Professional from Canadian Red Cross society in Edmonton.
Physical Therapy Assistant
Abdul graduated from Iligan Medical Centre College in Philippines in 1995 and worked as a Physical Therapist in the Philippines and then in Kuwait for 5 years before immigrating to Canada in 2004. Abdul has had plenty of experience in a variety of rehabilitation facilities and settings for the 20 years that he has been involved in the Physical Therapy field. Abdul believes in treatment principles of identifying the main root of his client's health issues and working with his clients and their families to find the most efficient and suitable treatment for each individual.
Throughout his years working with patients, Abdul has been friendly, flexible and easy going, which helps to increase his client's interest and cooperation in accomplishing prescribed treatment regimens. He believes that his clients will ultimately become the main character in treating themselves and addressing their health issues and that as a Physiotherapist, he is an important tool or a coach that will be used along the path in reaching this goal.
Abdul thinks it is extremely important for rehabilitation treatment to extend beyond the time that he is with his clients. He encourages his clients, their families, and caregivers and coordinates with them to extend rehabilitation by educating and informing them regarding their home exercise/rehabilitation program, and as part of their activities of daily living, in order to maximize their rehabilitation potential.
Being a very creative person, Abdul enjoys fixing, innovating, and modifying anything that required, both in his work time and in his spare time. He loves to tackle problem solving tasks and come up with unique solutions for any task at hand. He enjoys spending time with his family and teaching his children how to problem solve as well!
Physical Therapy Assistant
Harry Pal Singh graduated from Guru nanak Dev university in India with a bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2006. He trained and did his internship in India's esteemed and renowned Dayanand medical college and hospital.
After finish his training he worked at the same hospital as a junior physiotherapist in various departments like neurology, surgery, gynecology, ortho, medicine, cerebral palsy clinic, and various critical areas like Intensive Critical Care Unit and emergency areas.
2007-2009 his duties and responsibilities were to teach the intern students and supervise junior physiotherapist and attendants.
2009-2014 Harry became a senior physiotherapist in charge of physiotherapy department. He has a first aid and level c CPR certification from the Heart and stroke foundation in Edmonton.
A dedicated professional Harry has attended various conferences and workshops to constantly challenge, improve and perfect his skills for the benefit of his patients.
Victor is currently enrolled in a PhD program in Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Alberta. He received his Master of Science in Physiotherapy in 2012 from Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria and qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1996 from University of Nigeria. Victor has extensive experience working as a Physiotherapist for thirteen years. He has a special interest in neuromuscular pathologies and stroke rehabilitation. His current area of research is sedentary behaviour in stroke survivors.
Physical Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapy Assistant
Hoda Joumaa graduated about three years ago from Norquest college with a Physical Therapy assistant diploma . Shortly after, she worked at a physical therapy clinic which involved a lot of exercise training with clients and modalities.
Over the years she has taken on students as a mentor as well as on school placements. She currently is rewarded the "student mentor of the year" plaque for 2013 across Alberta.
Hoda currently works at an acute care setting with individuals of all ages . She also works at Macewan University instructing the 'It's your move' program. Hoda has had quite a bit of experience with stroke patients, chest physio , mobilizing patients, strengthening and endurance exercises. She enjoys working with all age groups. In her words, “I'm very enthusiastic and well motivated. I love motivating my patients and meeting their needs to build a strong and functional lifestyle.”
Hoda enjoys yoga, jogging outdoors, hiking, playing basketball, floor hockey and soccer. She also love playing Xbox NBA and NHL.
Haley began her interest to help people, both physically and mentally, when she worked at a senior’s home facility throughout her high school years.
From there began her passion for physical activity, wellness, happiness and a healthy body. She graduated with a Physical Therapy assistant diploma at Norquest College in 2010. Shortly after Haley graduated from College her career was quickly launched.
She has been employed in all sectors of practice including private and community long term care. Haley enjoys interacting with all age groups and has developed healthy relationships with her clients. She is known by co-workers, patients and family for her determination to share knowledge on healthy lifestyle choices. Recently, she has become very interested in expanding her education in holistic health and Iridology.
Haley chooses to lead and motivate by example with a healthy lifestyle for both body and mind through yoga, family, and physical activity. She is thrilled to communicate her message of health and wellness, spreading the choice to live a healthy active life.
Co-founder & Manager
Founder & Physical Therapist
Taha Deeb graduated from the University of Alberta with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy. He worked with home care in the greater Edmonton region where he discovered his passion to help his patients to restore their functional independence in their home environment. Taha also works as a part time in a private clinic (CMWC) and at Sturgeon Community Hospital.
He completed the requirements for medical acupuncture certificate through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute (AFCI) and started his advanced orthopaedic training early in his career through the orthopedic division and Swodeam Institute.
Taha is on the spinal manipulation roster of Alberta. He is currently working towards his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Taha is an active member in his community and believes that education plays a key role in the prevention and management of any ailment.
In his spare time, heenjoys spending time with his family, playing tennis, and long bike rides out in the Rockys. He received his Maîtres of Science in Biology in 2001 and than he earned his teaching diploma in 2003. Taha taught life sciences and undergraduate courses for more than 5 years while completing his graduate studies. Taha finished his Masters in Biology in 2005 and his Masters in Medical Genetics in 2008.