Well-versed in a broad range of PT programs, treatments and modalities restoring function and mitigating disability for diseased and injured patients. Excellent interpersonal/communication skills and proficiency in patient assessment, time management and therapy-program design/execution. Enthusiastic team player, deeply committed to delivering quality care and achieving superior patient outcomes as a member of a multidisciplinary case-management team.
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AegisMay 2001 to CurrentRehab manager TN
Created individualized home exercise programs for outpatient therapy clients to improve health and wellness. Directly supervised 2 Physical Therapy Aides and managed a caseload of 9 patients. Assisted patients with physical movements to help restore function and lessen pain and disability. Instructed patients in the safe and effective use of pulleys, weights, inclined surfaces and other equipment. Responsible for management of PT/OT/ST staff and customer service.
Responsible for evaluation and implementation of Physical Therapy plan of care and supervision.
Dealing with Geriatric population specializing in Orthopedic and Neuralgic.
Wheelchair assessment and contracture management.
Lead therapist for Physical Agent Modalities.
Jackson General HospitalJune 1999 to May 2001TN.
Created individualized home exercise programs for outpatient therapy clients to improve health and wellness. Assisted patients with physical movements to help restore function and lessen pain and disability. Instructed patients in the safe and effective use of pulleys, weights, inclined surfaces and other equipment. Provided physical therapy services for a 650-bed, specialized acute-care hospital.
Assessed patients' rehabilitative needs, jointly developed patient plan of care and treatment goals and conducted physician-prescribed PT programs for medically complex patients (children through geriatric).
Trained and supervised two PT assistants in all physical-rehabilitation-therapy treatments.
Selected Contributions: Restored function for patients and prevented/lessened disabilities following disease or profound injury (including loss of limb, traumatic brain injury, stroke, lymphoma and paralysis).
Planned and administered treatments, modalities and therapeutic exercise programs encompassing active and passive ranges of motion, muscle reeducation, massage and heat/water/ice/electrical/light stimulation.
Instructed patients in the safe and effective use of pulleys, weights, inclined surfaces and other equipment prescribed for their treatment.
Participated in wound-care treatment and helped patients adapt to the use of wheelchairs, braces, canes, crutches and prosthetic/orthotic devices.
Performed diagnostic and prognostic exams to evaluate muscle, nerve, joint and functional abilities.
Excelled in ability to customize/adapt conventional PT techniques to meet the special needs of individual patients.
Provided comprehensive training in PT techniques to nursing and other medical personnel as well as family members of patients.
Managed a high-volume caseload and organized the daily schedules of PT assistants and patients.
Earned repeated commendations from supervisor and patients for providing high-quality, compassionate care helping patients to maximize their success and live within the limits of their capabilities.
Life Care CenterJanuary 1995 to January 2015TN
Assisted patients with physical movements to help restore function and lessen pain and disability. Instructed patients in the safe and effective use of pulleys, weights, inclined surfaces and other equipment. Performed initial evaluations & treatment of patients with neurological, orthopedic, cardiovascular, pulmonary conditions Formulated a plan of care and treatment including therapeutic exercises, therapeutic activities, electrical stimulation, gait training, transfer training, education training, and balance training Collaborated with a multidisciplinary medical team regarding patient care Utilized Auto-Ambulator body weight treadmill gait training Organized patient therapy schedules Maintained a clean and safe environment for patient therapy Billing and documentation Sarwat Mohamed 2 Sarwat Mohamed 4.
Education and Training
1983B.S: Physical TherapyPhysical Therapy
acute-care, balance, Billing, interpersonal skills, customer service, documentation, functional, HOME CARE, Home Health, Managing, Works, nursing, orthotic devices, patient care, treatment of patients, treating patients, personnel, physical disabilities, Physical Therapy, program design, quality, rehabilitation, supervisor, supervision, therapy, plan of care, wound-care, Wound Care, written communication