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تحميل الدليل التدريبي

أسئلة شائعة


 

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Personal data

Name: Kawthar Faraj Ajaj

Nationality: Saudi

Date of birth: 1981

 

Education

     Bachelor degree in Rehabilitation ;  Physical therapy from the collage of Applied Medical Sciences in King Saud University in Riyadh in 2003 .

    The G.P.A.  : 4.61  \ 5 . 

an Excellent Grade with second class honour .

 

Experiences

-        Summer Training  in Dallah Hospital.

-        Complete one year internship in Sport Medical Hospital, King Khaled University Hospital and in King Abdul Aziz Hospital from 3 -3  - 2003 to 3-3- 2004 for 4 months each.

-        Worked in King Khaled University Hospital as Volunteer in Neurology and Orthopedic field. From 10 – 12  – 2005  to 29- 3 – 2006.  

-         Worked  in Prince Salman Social Center as physical therapist and Supervisor of the health Department.

     From 23 – 5  – 2006  to 23 – 5 – 2007.

 -     Working in King Saud University as Demonstrator. 

 

Courses and Lectures

-        The International Orthopedic Symposium about Current Orthopedic  Practice.

-        Clinical Research  Methodology.

SPTA meetings about:

-        Painful Hemiplegic Shoulder.

-        Bobath concept.

-        Evaluation and treatment of the patient with osteoarthritis

-        Overview of ACL reconstruction surgery.

-         Hamstring imbalance in patients with ACL reconstruction

-         Overview of Balance

-        Where are we ?  Important Issues in Physiotherapy.

-        The basic Introductory course in Medical Acupuncture

-        The role of PT for the pelvic floor dysfunction course.

-         The international physical therapy conference in SA.

-         Differential diagnosis and treatment skills for upper quadrant.

-        Observation and Treatment of hip and lower trunk for neurological pathologies.

 

Languages : good in Arabic and English as writing and speaking.

 

Other skills : good computer users. 

 

 

 

    

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