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                                                          HE Khalid bin Butti Al Hajri, Director General of Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Dr Wissam Soubra is a registered Podiatrist with extensive experience working in primary health care. Dr Soubra has over 11 years experience providing accessible and equitable health care to marginalised populations, including patients with high risk foot conditions and utilises up to date research in treating patient with Orthotics and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP).

An award winning Podiatrist with extensive experience in biomechanics of the lower limb, this has enabled Dr Soubra to work with a great team of professionals and make a revolutionary change in how people think of Podiatric treatment and how they can make significant contributions to many lives around the globe.

Dr Soubra’s love for academia enabled him to teach and present at various Universities and conferences in Australia and around the world where his recent business trip included a visit to UAE to meet H.E. Khalid Bin Butti Al Hajri, Director- General of the SCCI.

Dr Soubra host a weekly radio program (The Health Show), where various health professionals are interviewed to discuss the latest in medical research and technology. Dr Wissam Soubra is currently undergoing research with distinguished team of academics.

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Mr Mohammed Abdulwahed (Speech & Language Pathologist)

Mr Mohammed is a passionate and energetic speech and language pathologist with spechial interest in Paediatrics. Mr Mohammed speaks bilingual, being able to communicate in English and Arabic fluently.

Mr Mohammed’s motivation for studying in the area of Speech Pathology was to make an impact on the lives of children and their families. He has worked with a range of disorders and disabilities including speech and language delays, stuttering and Autism Spectrum Disorder. He has worked in a variety of settings including private practice, community health centres, schools, nursing homes and hospitals. Mr Mohammed has been involved in providing assessment and therapy services to children aged 2-16 years.   

Mr Mohammed aims to provide a family centred approach and is enthusiastic in helping families throughout the assessment and therapy process. Mr Mohammed shows interest in speech and language delays as well as stuttering.

Mr Mohammed has also had a wide range of experiences in working with adults following a stroke. He aims to provide a functional yet motivating service to increase the client’s confidence and aims to promote independence.