Jaleel A Mohammed, MSc, PT

Profile:

Jaleel Mohammed is a Physical Therapist from UK, and is the Founder of the Rehabilitation Association for Hematopoetic Cell Transplant (RAHSCT), which was helped and supported by the Physical Therapy and Oncology department at King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre, Riyadh, KSA along with the working parties of ASBMT, EMBMT & EBMT. He has over 15 years of  experience in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy and also holds a master of science degree in healthcare management. Jaleel last position in UK was Physiotherapy Lead for Orthopaedic clinical interest group, overseeing over 60 hospitals in its group. 


Interests 

  • Graft versus host disease  
  • Musculoskeletal Enhanced Recovery Programmes (ERP)  
  • Patient Quality of Life 


Professional Highlights: 

  • Founder of Association of Physical Therapist in Graft Versus Host Disease (PTAGVHD).
  • Reviewer, Bone Marrow Transplant Journal, Nature. 
  • Member of the editorial board  Clinical Hematology International. 
  •  Reviewer International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. 
  • Senior Physical Therapist at King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre, Riyadh. 

Awards:  

  •  International Scholar Award (2019) by International Physical Therapists in HIV/AIDS, Oncology, Hospice & Palliative Care (IPT-HOPE) Developing Subgroup, World Confederation for Physical Therapy 
  • ‘Pride of Swindon 2010’ Awarded by the Mayor of Swindon, England.  


Memberships:

  • Member of Health & Care Professions Council, United Kingdom. 
  • Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, United Kingdom.  
  • Member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Orthopaedic Medicine & Injection Therapy, United Kingdom. 
  • Member of Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics. United Kingdom. 


Nominations: 

  • Nominated Night of the Stars – Carer of the Month 2012, UK 
  • Nominated Night of the Stars - Carer of the Month 2010,UK 
  • Nominated ‘Physio of the Year 2009’for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, UK Award.  


Publications:

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=7h3OZBAAAAAJ&hl=en

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