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Mohamed Sabbahi, PhD, PT

Physical Therapist

Professional statement

Dr. Mohamed Sabbahi is a professor of Neuroscience, Electrodiagnosis & Physical Therapy at Texas Woman's University (TWU), Houston, Texas. He has now received the elite Professor Emeritus status from TWU. He is an academician, clinician & researcher with more than 46 years experience in the field of rehabilitation medicine. Dr. Sabbahi is an international speaker who conducted many courses & presentations in many countries in Europe, Asia & Africa. He developed a number of technologies for rehabilitation of patients with stroke & spine pain that are supported by significant publications in the international literature.

Specialties

  • Physical Therapist

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Education and training

  • Cairo University (Bachelor’s)
  • University of Southampton, PhD in Neurophysiology

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Languages spoken

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Arabic
  • Hindi
  • Urdu

Provider's gender

Male

NPI number

1245330174

Office locations

Texas Electrophysiology & Physical Therapy

1812 Wheeler Street

Houston, TX 77004

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I liked the way the doctor the doctor understood the problem. His suggestions on excercise helped me recover quickly from my pain.
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I felt heard, welcomed, diagnosed , and hopeful!
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Dr. Sabbahi knows his stuff. Upon my arrival I was in so much pain, but upon my departure no pain was present! All done without any medication! Sharif was extremely helpful in my therapy. He was very kind, knowledgeable, and professional! Looking forward to my treatment plan with NO SURGERY!!!
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He must be fine but he is very old school ,if you don't have insurance then certainly good to go to him.
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