Samira has developed a broad range of experiences over an eighteen year period of working in the UK and Middle East. Her vast practice includes working with clients experiencing neuro-orthopaedic conditions, stress-related disorders, chronic pain, and movement dysfunctions.
Samira has worked in an array of clinical settings ranging from acute, sub-acute to long term care, which have assisted her with garnering widespread knowledge and familiarity of a wide spectrum of health disorders.
Her involvement extends to working with both the adult and paediatric population. Samira’s work with adults involves adopting an eclectic and holistic approach to improve functional capacity, independence and minimise pain in clients experiencing a spectrum of neuro-musculoskeletal and orthopaedic challenges.
Samira’s work with children with developmental conditions involves providing a neurological and sensory approach to support clients with their learning and development, increase function and maximise independence at home and school.
Samira’s continued training encompasses hand therapy and neuro splinting, trigger point manual therapy and dry needling, elastic therapeutic taping and visceral manipulation.
Samira has a special interest in neuroscience research and is keen to amalgamate her research and clinical skills through engagement in research projects specifically exploring therapeutic treatment solutions for neuro-orthopaedic pain related conditions.
Samira is a registered Occupational Therapist licensed with DHA, HAAD, Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) UK, and is a member of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) UK.