Dr. Mai Abdel Mohsen

Dr. Mai graduated from faculty of physical therapy, Cairo University – Egypt in 2007, obtained Master degree in 2013 and her PhD in 2018 from PT department of Pediatrics – Cairo University. She worked as Pediatric Physical Therapist at Al-Agoza Police hospital from January 2010 till September 2016, Assistant lecturer at Faculty of Physical Therapy – Beni-Suef University – Egypt from October 2016 till August 2018 then Lecturer after obtaining PhD from August 2018 till now. She is the technical director of several eminent pediatric setups. She is a senior instructor at Academy of International Medical Seminars (AIMS). She conducted many practical training workshops for postgraduate physical therapists for management of children with sensory motor disabilities such as children with cerebral palsy…etc. using various assessment procedures and rehabilitation strategies such as Neurodevelopmental Therapy, Suit Therapy, Sensory Motor Integration, Orthotic Management, Gait Management, Decision Making for various interventions, Pre & Post-Operative Rehabilitation at Egypt – Jordan (MSFF) – Saudi Arabia. She is visitor consultant at Egypt – Saudi Arabi – Dubai for children with neuromotor disorders and neonates at risk of brain insult.

TRAINING & Certifications

  • DUNAG 02 dynamic Suit orthosis in rehabilitation of children with neuro-motor disorders, Robert Kwiatkowski (DUNAG 02 inventor), Cairo – Egypt.
  • Neurodevelopmental Therapy (NDT) Pediatric Foundation Course (Based on the Bobath concept), SANDTA, Cape Town – South Africa.
  • International Schroth Three-Dimensional Scoliosis Therapy (ISST), Axel Hennes, Cairo – Egypt.
  • Basic Training Course on the Prechtl General Movement Assessment, Prof. Christa Einspieler, Port Elizabeth – South Africa.
  • Advanced Training Course B on the Prechtl General Movement Assessment, including specific training in optimality scoring for both the writing and fidgety movements’ periods (GMOS-R and MOS-R), Prof. Christa Einspieler, Port Elizabeth – South Africa.
  • The Early Evaluation, Intervention and Treatment of Infants with Cerebral Motor Disturbances, An Advanced Level II NDT Course, SANDTA, Johannesburg – South Africa.
  • Certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration, CLASI CASI #2857, Dr. Zoe Mailloux and Dr. Susanne Smith Roley, American Occupational Therapy Association AOTA, Turkey – Saudi Arabia.
  • Kinetic Control official certification; Coordination Efficiency to Optimize movement retraining for low back, hip, neck and shoulder (Pablo Marinho), Multi-Joint Synergies in Alignment & Coordination (Sarah Mottram), Muscle Synergies for the Low Back & Hip (Sarah Mottram), Muscle Synergies Neck & Shoulder (Beate Stindt), Local Muscle Synergists (Beate Stindt), Master Class “Managing Movement: Impairments of The Lower Leg” (Fatma Elbakry), Master Class “Managing Movement: Solutions for the SIJ and Pelvis” (Jacqueline Swart), Primephysio, Cairo – Egypt.
  • Mulligan Concept “Upper, Lower Quadrants and follow up courses for Spinal & Peripheral Manual Therapy Techniques”, Geoff Foat, Primephysio, Cairo – Egypt.
  • Virtual Advanced Gait Course of the Annual meeting of the European Society for Movement Analysis in Adults and Children (ESMAC).
  • Pediatric Gait Analysis and Orthotic Management: A segmental Kinematic Approach to Standing, Stepping and Gait Rehabilitation”, Dr. Elaine Owen, Rashid Centre for Disabled, Dubai.
  • Hands-On Training, Estelle Brown (NDT PT, SANDTA tutor), Shelley Broughton (NDT OT), Miriam Pollitt (NDT Bobath Tutor), Robert Kwiatkowski (NDT PT),
  • Seat therapy training for pediatric, Dr. Angela Biliski, OT-Seat Therapist-USA.
  • The vision for Hemophilia care in Egypt“, Dr. Kathy Mulder, Faculty of physical therapy, Cairo University in collaboration with World Health Organization & World Federation of Hemophilia.


  • Licensed consultant of physical therapy from General Physical Therapy Syndicate of Egypt (GPTS).
  • Licensed Physical Therapist from Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP).
  • Licensed Physical Therapist from Dubai Health Authority (DHA).
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