Mina has been working as a registered physiotherapist since 2017, graduating from McGill University’s physiotherapy equivalency program. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy from Cairo University, Egypt. Apart from this, he has completed several courses in manual therapy, including Level 1 and 2 upper and lower Quadrant courses from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association – Orthodiv, and is currently in the process of obtaining the remaining levels to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapists (FCAMPT).
Mina has a special interest in the areas of vestibular rehab and fall prevention among older populations. In addition to manual therapy courses, he has also completed courses in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy, and attended an NDT workshop in the management of adults with stroke, brain injury, and other neuromuscular disorders.
With over eight years of experience working in community clinics and inpatient settings in Ontario, Mina has gained a wide range of knowledge and experience in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and acute care. His approach to treatment often includes education and exercise, along with manual therapy and electrotherapy modalities, to achieve the best possible outcomes for his patients.
In his free time, Mina enjoys staying active with strength and conditioning training, playing soccer and BJJ, reading, and spending time with his family. With his progressive and open-minded methodology, Mina is eager to continue making an impact in the field of rehabilitation at In-home Therapeutics.