User:Mohamed A Hassanin

About[edit | edit source]

Mohamed A. Hassanin

Hello all! My name is Mohamed Ahmed Hassanin. I'm an Egyptian Physical Therapist . I had one year experience at ICUs of two major hospital in Cairo, Egypt in 2018 then, I began my academic achievements with recruitment as a demonstrator at Faculty of Physical Therapy, Cairo University at which I became an assistant lecturer in Department of Physical Therapy for neuromuscular disorders after finishing MSc in Neurological Physical Therapy in 2022. Now, I am preparing my PhD in Neurological Physiotherapy and trying to get engage more with the world Physiotherapy organizations and exchange experiences.

Personal values[edit | edit source]

“Success is not final, Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts.”- Winston Churchill

I am a very practical, cooperative and responsible person. I can work as part of a team or on my own in an organized, efficient manner with great reliability, punctuality and honesty. I am a hard worker undertake tasks with enthusiasm, seeking continuous skill development and new updates.

Education[edit | edit source]


  • BSc in Physical Therapy, Faculty of Physical Therapy (2011 - 2015).
  • MSc in Neurological Physiotherapy (2018 - 2021).
  • Preparing PhD in Neurological Physiotherapy (2021 - now).


  • Understanding Multiple Sclerosis - Menzies Institute, University of Tasmania (2023).
  • Spinal Cord Injury (SCIMOOC) (2022).
  • Introduction to systematic reviews and meta-analysis, Research methodology and quantitative methods - John Hopkins University (2020).

Physiopedia Badges[edit | edit source]

White-belt (1).png (November 2023) Yellow belt badge Image.png (December 2023)

Professional Affiliations[edit | edit source]

Faculty of Physical Therapy - Cairo University

Publications[edit | edit source]

"Effect of Task-Oriented Training on Upper Extremity Function for Patients with Spinal Cord and Traumatic Brain Injuries: Systematic Review". Published in Medical Journal of Cairo University, 2021.

"Task-oriented training for upper limb functions in patients with multiple sclerosis: Systematic review and meta-analysis". Published in Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders, 2023 .

Where you can find me[edit | edit source]