Rouba Khair has extensive experience in rehabilitating children with a wide range of growth and developmental disorders; including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHAD), developmental delay, sports injuries, burns, spinal conditions, traumatic brain and spine injuries, genetic disorders and congenital anomalies, torticollis and brachial plexus injuries, and cerebral palsy (CP).
In her approach to treatment, Rouba focuses on developing individualized and holistic treatment programs, based on assessments of each child’s physical abilities, motor skills and development. She also works closely with families to help them make informed decisions about the child’s care, as well as counseling both parents and teachers on how to support a child’s development.
Rouba completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy for growth and developmental disorders and its surgery in children in 2010 at Cairo University. Prior to that she has earned a Bachelor of Sciences in Physical Therapy in 2002 from October 6 University in Egypt, from which she graduated with distinction.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
- Masters of Science, Physical Therapy for growth and developmental disorders in children , Cairo University, Egypt, 2010
- Bachelors of Science, Physical Therapy, October 6 University, Egypt
- Growth and developmental disorders such as delay in sitting or walking
- Abnormal skeletal development such as scoliosis, club foot, torticollis, and hip pathology
- Burns in pediatrics
- Sport injuries in children such as joint trauma, muscle or ligament tears
- Trauma injuries seen in motor vehicle accidents such as whiplash and low back Injuries traumatic brain injury, and traumatic spinal cord injury
- Post-surgical rehabilitation and burns
- Neurological disorders such as cerebral palsy
- Genetic and congenital anomalies
- Module one sensory integration course
- Dry Needling
- Children's Rehabilitation
- Neurodynamic Upper Quarter
- Designing Motor Relearning Program for Chronic Mechanical Low Back Pain
- Mulligan Certification
Syrian Physical Therapy Association