Ahmed graduated as a physiotherapist from Cairo University of Physical Therapy in 2012. After graduating, he completed one year of training at Cairo University hospital, working across several disciplines including orthopaedics. He worked as a physiotherapist for the Ministry of Health until 2018.
His past experience includes two years working at Cure Centre for Intensive Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation and then at the Step by Step Centre for paediatrics. His last assignment was at Teba Centre for Neuro cases. He joined Adam Vital Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centre in 2018.
Orthopaedics including cervical stiffness, low back pain, post-operative rehabilitation exercises, post traumatic rehabilitation exercises, knee osteoarthritis, and shoulder problems.
Neurological disorders such as hemiplegia, hemiparesis, disc sciatica, facial palsy, and drop wrist.
Paediatrics including Erb’s palsy, delayed milestone, hemiplegia, hemiparesis, dysphagia and musculoskeletal disorders.
Diploma in Nutrition and Obesity.
Course on Kinesio taping for physiotherapy.
Level 1 of Bobath for paediatrics.
First level of Mulligan mobilisations with movement (MWMS) physiotherapy treatment.