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v Personal data

Name: Monirah Mohammed Al-Murdhi

Gender: Female

Nationality: Saudi

Marital Status: Married and have three children

Date of Birth: 23/7/1974

Contact Number:   Mobile#  +966551504504

                                                    Work#  +96614355010 ext- 479


v Graduated Certifications: 

·        Master degree in physical therapy - specialist in neurological rehabilitation field with A G.P.A 4.22/5.00 (very good grade) since 2005.

·        A bachelor degree with A G.P.A of 4.21/ 5.00 (very good grade) since 1997.

v Internship Period:

One year completed subdivided into four months for each hospital (security forces hospital- Riyadh military hospital- and Riyadh medical compound) as a student has been trained in many different rotations to practice the physical therapy skills like orthopedics-neurology with rehabilitation-pediatrics and hand therapy in both out and in patient departments since 1998.

v Work experience: 

-Since 2007, has been worked as a lectural in Rehabilitation Department (physical therapy) - Collage of Applied Medical Sciences- King Saud University- Riyadh.

-Since 1999, worked as a demonstrator in rehabilitation department (physical therapy) in applied medical sciences college at King Saud University - Riyadh.

-Teach the students lectures and practical courses in the department in addition to other different hospitals -including neurology-orthopedics-chest diseases –cardiac problems and pediatrics for both in and out patients department.

v Courses have been teached:

RHS 341: functional anatomy and physiology

RHS 231: introduction to clinical studies

RHS 323: physical therapy procedure

RHS 332: clinical studies 2

RHS 421 : Advanced physical therapy

RHS 431: clinical studies 3

RHS 433: clinical practice 3

RHS 434: selected clinical topics

v Master Research:

Eeffectiveness of Whirlpool Therapy in Diabetic peripheral Neuropathy.

v Reasearch published:

·         Whirlpool therapy improves nerve function and dynamic standing balance in patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy.journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Sciences, Published by Galenos Publishing.


v Attendance Courses:

- Open day lectures about woman heath done in College of applied medical sciences in 31/5/2010.

- Importance of physical therapy in autism patitents in 10-11/4/2010.

-New trends in physical therapy training held on January 2009.

-Strategies For Academic Development in Saudi Physical Therapy Association (SPTA) on January 2009.

-Volunteer in the international day of child disability in Dec 2009.

-Strategic Planning Project, workshop of (SWOT) specialist for king Saud University staff on March 2008.

- Clinical Education Workshop For Faculty on Dec 2006.

-The international physical therapy conference in Saudi Arabia "New horizons in rehabilitation 2005". Held on 06-08 December 2005.

-Clinical meeting of Meniscal Injuries of the Knee, organized by Saudi Physiotherapy Group In Dallah Hospital , Riyadh on 1998.

-Workshop on Pediatric study day at King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center On March 1998.

- 1st National Symptoms on Recent Advances in Physiotherapy on June 1998.

-Workshop on Neurology Physical therapy at King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center On Nov 1997.

v Membership out of College Of Aplied Medical Sciences:

Member of the Saudi physical therapy association.

v Committees that have been participated in the rehabilitation department:

·        Chair of social service committee

·        Member of the extracurricular activities

·        Member of the internship committee

·        Member of the final exam committee in the rehabilitation department ( physical therapy) in College Of Applied medical Sciences

·        Member of the Saudi physical therapy association.

v Other skills:

·        Excellent computer skills

·        Very good English communication with others



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