Osraty for Physio and Rehab
A professional physiotherapy and rehabilitation clinic located at Etihad Mall in Dubai. Osraty chose their name because they understand that your world is your family. Their special focus is not just limited to helping you heal, but also to help your family understand and deal with your condition and adapt your surrounding environment. Osraty’s team of qualified professionals are committed to fulfil your needs.
Etihad Mall, Al Khawaneej,
Al Mizhar, Dubai – U.A.E.
+971 4 255 9444
I’m Meera Shah, a physical therapist having experience of 10 years, have completed my bachelors of physiotherapy from a renowned physiotherapy college in India in 2009.
I have worked in India for 5 years as an inpatient as well as outpatient therapist. I have worked with American hospital Dubai for almost 4 years. Currently working with Osraty physio and rehab center. I have done Bobath technique Part A in 2008 and NDT in 2010,have done Mulligan technique (Modules 1,2 and 3) and I am certified Mckenzie therapist.
I have my expertise in treating Musculoskeletal cases and very fond of treating spine cases. I find neurological conditions very interesting and challenging. I am very keen on treating lymphedema cases.
As an individual I am very compassionate and passionate for my patients, making them pain free and independent is my priority, because I believe just surviving is not enough. I believe its always a challenge to work in an environment where you have patients with different culture and language but empathy and setting a realistic goal for an individual as well as proper education about their condition will help patients to trust their therapist and will give better results.
I have immense experience in manual therapy and electrotherapy but I am more inclined towards manual therapy and custom made therapeutic exercise programme, which gives goal oriented results.
I closely work with my team mates and doctors as its important to have their insight and viewpoint which is again for betterment of my patient. Also it opens many doors of learning.
Besides a therapist I am a mother of 2 kids which also makes me more creative and innovative in structuring exercise programme especially for my peadiatric cases.
Abeer Kanan is an Occupational Therapist from Jordan. She graduated from Hashemite University/Jordan in 2015. She is a member of both Jordan and Dubai board of occupational therapists.
Abeer has a specific passion for children with Sensory Processing Disorders and has completed Sensory Integration Qualification through the University of Southern California. Her expertise includes sensory processing disorders, handwriting difficulties, ADHD, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Down Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy.
Abeer enjoys working collaboratively to create optimal goals for their children, using a variety of paediatric evaluation tools and treatment approaches. She enjoys continually updating her skills and has acquired training in applied behavioural analysis.
I have nearly 7 years of post-graduate experience of treating patients with musculoskeletal, neurological, post-operative and paediatric disorders. I have in-depth knowledge of biomechanics, physiology and kinematics that i utilize in effective treatment of my patients.
Apart from a physiotherapy degree, I hold a certificate in manual therapy from Federation of Indian Manual Therapist (FIMT) by K.Pearlson (Australia), a certificate in Pilates Matwork level-1 from Australian Physiotherapist and Pilates Institute and Dry needling level- 1 certified by club physio, certificate in IASTM, MAT Assessment and Cupping techniques.
I treat my patients with a variety of techniques that includes manual therapy, mobilisation, exercises, Pilates, dry needling, strengthening and electrotherapy, IASTM and Cupping and psychological counselling.
My focus is to make effective evidence based program for each and every patient and motivate them to participate actively in their rehabilitation process.
Key component to therapeutic alliance with your client is trust and care; if your client/patient trusts you and feel that care from your side towards his/her health then your treatment will give you maximum results and speedy recovery, though it is very important that your patient always follows home program and adapt mandatory daily activity changes in their routine.
Sometimes despite giving your best the therapy does not go as planned, in that case I try changing the approach which works almost all the time and if that fails sometimes I try vigorous counselling.
I believe personally and professionally that trusts play a major role in maintaining a healthy relationship.
I became therapist for helping people to gain better health and motivate them to be healthy and proactive.
The most thing I love about being a physical therapist is the happiness which I get after the patient is cured.
Maro Atamian is a Lebanese/Armenian Speech and Language Therapist who graduated from the Lebanese University-Faculty of Public Health in 2014.
Throughout her career Maro has developed a passion for Specific learning difficulties in reading and writing, stuttering and cluttering cases, and early intervention. Maro enjoys working in a multidisciplinary environment and is eager to experience various treatment approaches.
Hanen certification has added to Maro’s career a whole new perspective about involving parents by teaching them practical “strategies to help their children learn language naturally throughout their day together.”
Maro is keen about updating her skills by attending workshops and conferences continually.
Speech and Language Therapist
Noor Qaddoori is a behavioural therapist; she has a bachelor’s degree of honours Psychology and a postgraduate degree specialization in Autism and Behavioural Sciences. Noor is very passionate about educating children/youth with autism and other developmental delays, using ABA techniques to make progress both academically and behaviourally. Her expertise includes using the verbal behaviour approach alongside many behavioural techniques. She has experience working with children with autism, ADHD, language delay, apraxia, speech impairment, Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and other physical and learning disabilities.
Noor enjoys empowering families and helping them throughout the therapeutic journey of their children. As well as watching the children she works with develop, expand and improve on their social and communication skills, while focusing on their interests and play skills and using their motivation to teach them skills that will enable them to be more independent and to access increased opportunities.