Farhana is a physiotherapy graduate from the Gulf College of Allied Health Sciences, Ajman, UAE.
She did her post-graduation training at Al Baraha Hospital, Ministry of Health, Dubai in the musculoskeletal physiotherapy department as well as the cardio respiratory physiotherapy management for both acute and chronic cardio respiratory conditions in medical and surgical wards and intensive care units, including pulmonary and cardiac rehabilitation.
She used neuro-sciences physiotherapy treatment at Al Noor Training Centre for Children with special needs, handling patients with Down Syndrome, and children with cerebral palsy.
She worked at GMC Hospital Ajman (Obstetrics and Gynaecology department), giving active physiotherapy managing the changes that occur during pregnancy and after childbirth.
She treated patients with diabetes and their rehabilitation at the Rashid Centre for Diabetes and Research in Ajman.
Before joining Adam Vital Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centre in 2013, she was a physiotherapist at Al Thiqah Club for the Handicapped in Sharjah, managing neurological conditions.
Active physiotherapy for women.
Neuro-sciences physiotherapy for children with special needs. Acupuncture and dry needling for sports injuries.
Clinical manual therapy with osteopathy techniques module 2: cranium-cervico complex.
Muscle energy techniques.
Manual lymphatic drainage and complete decongestive therapy.
Lumbar spine and referred pain.
Electro muscle stimulation.
Bachelor’s degree of Physiotherapy from Gulf College of Allied Health Sciences, Gulf Medical University, Ajman.
Certified in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, (Manual Concept, Australia).
Module A and B Modern Orthopaedic Medicine CYRIAX.
The Redcord Education Programme NEURAC 1.
RCT1 and RCT2 certified rehab tape concept practitioner.