Department of Rehabilitation Medicine



Department of Rehabilitation Medicine consists of seven divisions of the overall services. Five divisions is under the administration of the department as a whole, namely Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy, Prosthetics and Orthotics Workshop and Rehabilitation Technology and Wheelchair Workshop. However, one part is under the joint administration of Ambulatory Services for the Rehabilitation Medicine Clinic and one more joint services with In-Patient Services for Ward 9SA (Rehabilitation). The role and function of this department is providing a comprehensive and holistic clinical treatment for Rehabilitation Medicine. In addition, it became the site of teaching for various medical and health-related affiliate of Rehabilitation Medicine. The department serves as the heart of research and development in the field of Rehabilitation Medicine.

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine began operating in the South Tower Buildings on December 3, 2012 and all rehabilitation services have been in place in the building. On December 5, 2013 Speech Therapy service has changed locations ranging from level 1 to level 7 South Tower. In addition, patients in the ward service restoration or known as Ward 9SA became fully operational in level 9, the South Tower began on May 18, 2013.  Ward provides 44 beds and 3 patients a head injury (Acquired Brain Injury).  Rehabilitation clinic also provides consultation and treatment five days a week to patients in various fields of specialization.

VISION

The vision of the department is to become the centre of excellence in activities for the provision of services, education, training and research in rehabilitation medicine and in all associated specialties.

MISSION

The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine practices multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary team approach for patient management and demand a comprehensive and a holistic care based on the individual needs of a patient.

OBJECTIVE

The primary objective is to provide rehabilitation services to persons with disabilities resulting from burn, illness and injuries to enable them to achieve their highest level of independence in the home and the community in accordance with UMMC Vision, Mission and Core values.


Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Level 12, South Tower
University Malaya Medical Centre
Lembah Pantai
59100 Kuala Lumpur
No. Phone: +60 03-7949 2972 / 2593
No. Fax: +60 03 7967 4766
E-Mail: kj_rhm@ummc.edu.my

Services Provided

  1. Occupational Rehabilitation
    1. Occupational Therapy is a health profession that focuses on disabilities individual in treating injury, illness, disability and ill-health in order to achieve productive life, independent and meaningful. The treatment is shaped adjunctive modalities, therapeutic activities, sensory integration and consulting monitoring and prevention. Three aspects of human life that balances the core of occupational therapy to be achieved by the patient: -
      • Be independent in activities of daily living (ADL)
      • Contribute to the productivity (Work)
      • Implement and diversify recreational activities (Leisure)
    2. Services Provided:
      1. Specific Services:
        • Neuro-Medical Rehabilitation
        • Neuro-Surgical Rehabilitation
        • Rehabilitation Hand & Upper-Limb
        • Spinal Injury Rehabilitation
        • Recovery Burns
        • Pediatric Rehabilitation
        • Geriatric Rehabilitation
        • Amputee Rehabilitation
        • Restoration Work Placement
        • Psychosocial Rehabilitation Children & Teens
        • Psychosocial Rehabilitation Adults
        • Training Workshop and Rehabilitation Workers (Psychiatry)
        • Pre-Assessment Guide
        • Cardiac Rehabilitation
        • Wheelchair Seating & Positioning
        • Recovery Limfadema
        • Pain Recovery
        • Occupational Therapy in Foot Care
      2. General Rehabilitation Services:
        • Rheumatology Rehabilitation
        • General Medical Rehabilitation
        • General Surgical Rehabilitation
        • General Orthopedic Rehabilitation
        • Acute Psychiatric Rehabilitation
        • Joint Replacement Rehabilitation
        • Recovery Diabetic Foot Care

  2. Physiotherapy
    1. Physiotherapy is a profession in the field of health medical science where the focus is to maintain and restore movement and function of the body for potential patients to achieve the maximum level. Physiotherapy treatment methods to control or to resolve symptoms or problems faced by patients is through three main elements, namely the movement / therapeutic exercise, manual therapy and modality electro physical of light, light, heat, water, electricity and so on. The goal of treatment is physiotherapy to restore movement of the patient''''s body to restore normal levels and functions of the body so that they can live independently and creating a healthy lifestyle among the people.
    2. Services Provided (In-Patient and Out-Patient): -
      1. Special Services:
        • Upper-Limb Rehabilitation Services
        • Neuro-Medical Rehabilitation Services
        • Neuro-Surgical Rehabilitation Services
        • Neuro-Pediatric Rehabilitation Services
        • Spinal Rehabilitation Services
        • Acute and Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Services
        • Rehabilitation Service Amputee
        • Sportsmanship Rehabilitation Services
        • Geriatric Rehabilitation Services
        • Electro Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Services
        • Men and Women Health Rehabilitation Service
        • Cardiac Rehabilitation Services
        • Pulmonary Rehabilitation Services
        • Vestibular Rehabilitation Services
        • Lymphoedema Rehabilitation Services
        • Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Services
        • Hydrotherapy Services
        • Intensive Care Services
        • Burns Rehabilitation Service
        • Palliative Rehabilitation Services
        • Visits and Evaluation at Home, School and Work
        • Education and Teaching to Patients and Caregivers

  3. Speech Therapy
    1. Speech Therapy conduct screening and evaluation tests of language, speech, identify, create diagnose, plan and carry out interventions on individuals who suffer from speech disorders, delirium, had fluency and stuttering, the issue of voice disorders, learning disabilities and cognitive communication and swallowing problems. This service is done through individual sessions or group sessions for all ages.
    2. Services Provided for Out-Patient and In-Patient as below:
      • Evaluation and control of language disorders, speech and communication cost (Assessment and management of acquired speech, language and communication disorders).
      • Evaluation and control of language disorders, speech and communication development (Assessment and management of developmental speech, language and communication disorders)
      • Evaluation and control of swallowing problems (Assessment and management of swallowing disorders)
      • Assessment of swallowing problems for instrumentation Fiber Optic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES)
      • Evaluation and control of sound problems (Voice Disorders)
      • Evaluation and control of speech fluency problems (Fluency Disorders)

  4. Prosthetics and Orthotics Workshop
    1. Prosthetics and Orthotics Workshop was given the responsibility to develop and expand the prosthetic and orthotic services for UMMC patients where prosthetic and orthotic services operated by private companies that were granted through tender rentals rent. Consultant / Graduate Medical Officers and other staff at UMMC will refer to the company as a manufacturer and supplier of prosthetic and orthotic devices to patients registered with the UMMC when service is required.
    2. Services Provided :
      • The main service is to make prosthetic devices (transtibial and transfemoral) and orthotics (insoles, AFO, body brace, KAFO & backslab).
      • The student learning Bachelor / Bachelor of Medicine and Nursing students.
      • Advisory services related to patients Prosthetics and Orthotics devices.
      • Service research and development.
      • Service learning and training.
      • Bioapps Sdn Bhd has signed for Prosthetics & Orthotics Workshop for 2 years from January 2015 until 31 December 2016.

  5. Rehabilitation Technology and Wheelchair Workshop
    1. Rehabilitation Technology and Wheelchair Workshop is a service that focuses on the creation, modification, and maintenance of the wheelchair as well as a research center in the field of rehabilitation engineering wheelchair.
    2. Services Provided:
      • Creation of wheelchair sports.
      • Renovation of wheelchair patients.
      • Maintenance wheelchairs and patient UMMC.
      • Renovation of the wheelchair (Seating).
      • Learning wheelchair.

  6. Rehabilitation Medicine Clinic (Out-Patients)
    1. Rehabilitation Medicine Clinic (Out-Patients) provides rehabilitation services to cases referred to where it needs a concerted recovery program carried out by a team from various disciplines. The rehabilitation program is needed especially by patients who have complex disabilities who require intervention / treatment is more than one recovery unit.
    2. Services Provided:
      • Recovery cases Neurosurgical
      • Recovery cases Neuromedical
      • Recovery of Spinal Cord Injury
      • Cardiac Rehabilitation
      • Rehabilitation Children
      • Recovery Amputee
      • Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
      • Intervention Service - acupuncture, spasticity injections, needling
      • Recovery of Chronic Pain
      • General Recovery

  7. Ward 9SA – Rehabilitation (In-Patients)
    1. Ward 9SA – Rehabilitation (In-Patients) provides a thorough and comprehensive treatment of aspects of care, prevention and rehabilitation. Involving families to optimize the treatment, rehabilitation and care of patients with stroke, spinal, neuro-surgical and amputee.
    2. Services Provided:
      • Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation (ABI)
      • Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation (SCI)
      • Cardiac Rehabilitation
      • Amputee Rehabilitation
      • Paediatric Rehabilitation

Introduction of Speech Therapy Division

The Speech Therapy Division was established in the year 2010 under the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. Initially, 2 speech language therapists delivered services to inpatient care. Following a move to the Main Tower Concourse, the speech therapy service expanded its care to include outpatient services. With subsequent move to the South Tower on Level 1 in the year 2012, a total number of 5 speech language therapists were actively involved in providing care to people in both inpatient and outpatient services.

Since December 2013, the Speech Therapy Division started its operation at Level 7B, South Tower. Currently the team is composed of 8 speech language therapists. Our services include:

  1. Adults and elders service: Assessment and treatment of speech and language difficulties, cognitive- communication difficulties, swallowing difficulties, voice disorders and dysfluency.
  2. Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES): An instrumental method of evaluation for people with swallowing difficulties. This service is in collaboration with the Department of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT).
  3. Paediatric rehabilitation service: Evaluation and intervention of swallowing and feeding difficulties.


Tibion bionic leg

The Tibion Bionic Leg is a non-invasive wearable lower extremity dynamic orthosis that is both battery-powered and portable.

Its act to supplement existing muscle strength, provide sensory input (i.e auditory feedback) and mobility
assistance for users with impaired lower extremity function during rehabilitation intervention

Indication:
The Tibion Leg Orthosis is designed for individuals who have diffuculty with mobility while performing activities of daily living, such as

  • standing,
  • transitioning to and from sitting,
  • walking,
  • ascending/descending stairs.

Contraindications:

  • unhealed fractures
  • risk of bone fracture: osteoporosis or bone cancer
  • open wound
  • fragile skin or
  • unresolved deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
  • unstable cardiovascular conditions,
  • incontinent
  • infections

Patient''''s criteria:

  • Mobility impairment ( Generalized weakness – Neuro, Ortho, Cardiac)
  • Height range 5''''-6'''' (152cm– 182cm)
  • Weight range 110-300lbs (49.5kg– 135kg)
  • Moderate trunk control and level of assistance
  • 2+ or better hip flexor strength
  • Minimal cognitive impairment
  • Highly motivated


Wheelchair Services Professional

Wheelchair Service Professional in UMMC is service for an adult and paediatric wheelchair users. Referrals are accepted from doctors or other occupational therapists.
The teams are well trained in wheelchair services and had received training from WORLD Health Organization(WHO) and USAID .

The service provides:

  • Assessment and review of complex wheelchair needs and pressure relieving cushions
  • Prescription of complex wheelchairs and pressure relieving cushions
  • Advice for professionals and users/caregivers with regard to complex wheelchairs, associated equipment and pressure relieving cushions
  • A range of equipment for assessment, trial and evaluation – has a range of products for trial and evaluation
  • Outdoor training for wheelchair users
  • Organize training for others related to wheelchair provision

There is a clinic available where assessment, prescription and review can take place.
Hours of service :
Twice a month every Wednesday : 2 pm - 5 pm

Assessment

Fabrication

Fitting

Final Product

Training

Wheelchair Services Professional Team

  1. Abdul Malik Mat Said (Occupational Therapist)
  2. Ruzina Baharuddin (Occupational Therapist)
  3. Noor Shahaneem Shaik Mazran (Occupational Therapist)
  4. Shahidaton Akmal Mahmud (Occupational Therapist)
  5. Mohd Nor Fadly Osman (Occupational Therapist)
  6. Muhammad Faris Sidek (Occupational Therapist)
  7. Mohd Najid Mahamed Jarif (Occupational Therapist)
  8. Adi Rizal Abd Rahman (Physiotherapist)
  9. Hamzah Abdul (Wheelchair Technician)
  10. Azman Salleh (Wheelchair Technician)
  11. Mohd Fauzan Amizan (Wheelchair Technician)
  12. Sazlin Ahmad Taufek (Wheelchair Technician)


NEUROCOM SMART BALANCE MASTER®

The comprehensive balance program.e SMART Balance Master® utilizes a dynamic force plate with rotation capabilities to quantify the vertical forces exerted through the patient''''s feet to measure center of gravity position and postural control; and a dynamic visual surround to measure the patient''''s use of visual information to maintain balance. It provides assessment and retraining capabilities with visual biofeedback on either a stable or unstable support surface and in a stable or dynamic visual environment.

The SMART Balance Master® system is ideal for the for the comprehensive balance program.

Protocols:
Sensory Organization Test (SOT)
Adaptation Test (ADT)
Limits of Stability (LOS)
Rhythmic Weight Shift (RWS)
Weight Bearing Squat (WBS)
Unilateral Stance (US)
Sequence Training
Weight Bearing Training
Custom Training

NEUROCOM BALANCE MASTER®

The Balance Master® utilizes a fixed 18" x 60" force plate to measure the vertical forces exerted through the patient''''s feet to measure center of gravity position and postural control. The long force plate allows for enhanced assessment and training capabilities.

The Balance Master® system is ideal for use in the rehabilitation balance program model.

Protocols:
Modified Clinical Test of Sensory Interaction on Balance (mCTSIB)
Limits of Stability (LOS)
Rhythmic Weight Shift (RWS)
Weight Bearing Squat (WBS)
Unilateral Stance (US)
Sit-To-Stand (STS)
Walk Across (WA)
Tandem Walk (TW)
Step/Quick Turn (SQT)
Step Up/Over (SUO)
Forward Lunge (FL)


THE GEO SYSTEM

The GEO System is the world''''s most advanced device for gait rehabilitation. The aim is to enable patients to recover some of their locomotor abilities and promote their independence in daily life by means of a diversified therapy. The GEO System helps in relearning of walking in the plane, to cope with steps, stairs, obstacles and other irregularities of the substrate/underground/terrain.

G-EO-Systems can be used for children over 110 cm (without using the optional paediatric module). Patient safety is guaranteed in each phase of treatment, the therapist can intervene at any time. Moreover, maximum work safety is ensured: there is no risk of falling for patient or therapist, in addition long-term damage of the therapist is avoided.

The machine has a patient database for easier handling and storage of patient data, it is also possible to couple G-EO-Systems with a functional electrical stimulation device (FES). Even virtual worlds can be implemented.

It is also possible to personalize therapies by adapting the trajectories to the individual needs of the patient. By using G-EO-Systems better treatment results can be achieved in less time with the same personnel, increasing efficiency and effectiveness of the clinic.


MOTOmed and HASOmed FES

The RehaMove is a combination of the MOTOmed Viva-2 and the functional electrical stimulator (RehaStim) manufactured by the Hasomed Company in Germany.

The RehaMove provides a means whereby disabled persons are able to regain movement in the affected limb.

Paralysis is mainly the result of :

  1. spinal cord injury
  2. brain trauma
  3. stroke

In all the above cases the electrical impulses from the brain are degraded or prevented from reaching the target muscle groups, where they would normally trigger activation of the muscle.

However by simulating those electrical brain impulses using a functional electrical stimulator (FES) muscle movement can be achieved.

Success of the treatment relies upon the neural connection to the respective muscle group being intact.

Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES)

The treatment utilises the MOTOmed in combination with the Hasomed FES stimulator. Electric current pulses are applied in sequence, via electrodes, to the nerves of the paralysed muscle group during the pedal rotation of the MOTOmed, resulting in a muscle contraction.

The activation of the muscle results in a force being applied to the MOTOmed pedals, thus increasing the pedal rotation speed above a preset value (e.g 20rpm). The MOTOmed operating mode now changes from ''''Passive'' to ''Active''.

In ''active'' mode the muscles perform work against a preset resistance. Over time this resistance level can be increased to re-build muscle strength.

In ''active'' mode the muscles perform work against a preset resistance. Over time this resistance level can be increased to re-build muscle strength.

Regular exercise with the RehaMove improves both muscle condition and blood circulation.

The advantages of the therapy are:

  • stimulate blood circulation
  • reduce spasticity
  • promote and build muscle strength
  • improve extremity coordination
  • counter onset of health problems caused by lack of mobility

RT300-SLSA & SAGE

Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) is a well established rehabilitation technique which uses pulses of electrical current to stimulate peripheral nerves evoking muscle contractions and patterned muscle activity. With Restorative Therapies'''' systems, FES creates patterned movement in the arms, legs and trunk.

FES enables muscles to work and perform activities even though the muscles may be weak or paralyzed through neurological disease or injury.

The motor can provide both assistance and resistance depending upon the phase of your therapy session. Our Dynamic Motor Support will help to maximize your outcomes. When you first start using a Restorative Therapies FES system it is likely that your muscles will tire quickly.

However the motor on the device will allow you to complete a full duration therapy session in your home from day one in spite of this early muscle fatigue.

As you progress with your therapy and your muscles strengthen the motor will provide resistance against which your muscles will work.


Operation Hour / Locations

Services

Day

Time

Locations

Division of Physiotherapy

Monday - Friday

8.00 am - 1.00 pm
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Level 11 &
Ground Floor
(Hydro Pool, Sauna, Spa)
South Tower

Division of Occupational Therapy

Monday - Friday

8.00 am - 1.00 pm
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Level 10
South Tower

Division of Speech Therapy

Monday - Friday

8.00 am - 1.00 pm
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Level 7
South Tower

Prosthetic & Orthotic Workshop

Monday - Friday

8.00 am - 1.00 pm
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Ground Floor
South Tower

Rehabilitation Technology & Wheelchair Workshop

Monday - Friday

8.00 am - 1.00 pm
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Ground Floor
South Tower

In Patients

Ward 9SA – Rehabilitation

Monday - Sunday

Visiting Hour:
12.00 pm – 2.00 pm

Level 9
South Tower

Out Patients

Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Clinic

Monday

9.00 am – 1.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Neuropathic Clinic

Monday
(2nd Week)

9.00 am – 1.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Spasticity Clinic

Monday

2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Hand Reconstructive Surgery and Rehabilitation Clinic

Monday
(2nd Week)

2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Medical Acupuncture Clinic

Monday
(3rd & 4th Week)

2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Neuromedical Rehabilitation Clinic

Tuesday

9.00 am – 1.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Cardiac Rehabilitation Clinic

Tuesday

9.00 am – 1.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

General Rehabilitation Clinic

Tuesday

2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Spinal Rehabilitation Clinic

Wednesday

9.00 am – 1.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Amputee Rehabilitation Clinic

Wednesday

9.00 am – 1.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Wheelchair Seating Clinic

Wednesday
(2nd & 4th Week)

2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Pediatric Rehabilitation Clinic

Thursday

9.00 am – 1.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Neuropalliative Rehabilitation Clinic

Thursday
(4th Week)

9.00 am – 1.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Cardiac Rehabilitation Clinic

Thursday

2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Scoliosis Clinic

Friday

9.00 am – 1.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Clinic

Friday

2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

Spasticity Clinic

Friday

2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Level 1
South Tower

General Information

  1. Reference form
    • All patients referred to the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine should use the referral form written by the Medical Officer for diagnosis of patients is clear and complete to receive further treatment in this department.
    • Submission of reference are as follows:

      No.

      Reference Form

      Submitted Location

      1

      BK-MIS-106-E01

      • Neurosurgical Rehabilitation
      • Neromedical Rehabilitation
      • Amputee Rehabilitation
      • Peadiatric Rehabilitation
      • Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
      • Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation
      • Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

      Counter
      Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
      Level 12
      South Tower

      Monday - Friday
      8.00 am - 4.30 pm

      2

      BK-MIS-1210-E01

      • Occupational Therapy Referral Form

      Counter
      Occupational Therapy
      Level 10
      South Tower

      Monday - Friday
      8.00 am - 4.30 pm

      3

      BK-MIS-1211-E02

      • Physiotherapy Referral Form

      Counter
      Physiotherapy
      Level 11
      South Tower

      Monday - Friday
      8.00 am - 4.30 pm

      2

      BK-MIS-1212-E01

      • Speech Therapist Referral Form

      Counter
      Division of Speech Therapy
      Level 7
      South Tower

      Monday - Friday
      8.00 am - 4.30 pm

      5

      BK-MIS-1213-E01

      • Prosthetic & Orthotic Workshop Referral Form

      Counter
      Prosthetic & Orthotic Workshop
      Ground Floor
      South Tower

      Monday - Friday
      8.00 am - 4.30 pm

      6.

      BK-MIS-1214-E01

      • Rehabilitation Technology and Wheelchair Workshop Referral Form

      Counter
      Rehabilitation Technology and Wheelchair Workshop
      Ground Floor
      South Tower

      Monday - Friday
      8.00 am - 4.30 pm



  2. Treatment
    Patients will be given a complete and clear description of the session and the type of treatment. The period of treatment for each session is guided by quality objective departments as follows:

    ''''''''90% of patients with an appointment as an outpatient at the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine will receive treatment within 60 minutes''''''''

  3. Promptness
    • All patients were asked to be on at a set time.
    • Patients who are late more than 45 minutes of appointment time will receive treatment only if there is a vacancy or the appointment of new therapies will be provided.
  4. Clothes
    Patients are advised to wear appropriate clothing during treatment sessions. The therapist will inform you of special clothing if necessary.
  5. Patient Relative / Carrier
    Only one relative/carrier is allowed to accompany the patient.
  6. Cell Phone
    Mobile phones must be turned off or in silent mode before getting into the therapy room to avoid interruptions in therapy sessions or equipment used.
  7. Admission to the ward 9SA – Rehabilitation
    Patients admitted to the ward 9SA must comply with the following command:
    • Attend orientation sessions with patients in the ward guard.
    • Comply with the instructions set.
    • Only one beneficiary / guardian to accompany critically ill patients at all times.
    • Not allowed to take pictures of the patient and the ward environment.
    • Children under age 12 are not allowed to visit and spend the night in the ward.

Academic / Clinical Information

  1. Master Program of Rehabilitation Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya
    • Admission:
      1st June every year
    • How To Apply:
      Applications can only be made online through the website:
      Masters Program: http://ips.um.edu.my
  2. Industrial Training / Exercise Elective / Placement Clinical Training in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
    • All applications from students of Bachelor of Medicine University of Malaya get through the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya.
    • All applications from the University of Malaya Medical Students Graduate / IPTA / IPTS students must be made online through the website: http://mors.ummc.edu.my or the Human Resources Department, University Malaya Medical Centre.

Organisation Chart

Please see the attachment.

Areas of Expertise Rehabilitation Physicians

No.

Name

Post

Grade

Sub - Disciplinary

1.

Associate Professor Dr. Nazirah binti Hasnan

Rehabilitation Consultant

DU54

  • Functional Electrical Stimulation, Virtual Reality Rehabilitation, Amputation, Spinal Cord Injury, Pain
  • Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, Pressure Ulcers, Back Pain, Neuropathic Pain
  • Exercise, Special Populations, Spinal Cord Injury,

2.

Prof. Dr. Lydia binti Abdul Latif

Senior Rehabilitation Consultant

VK7

  • Innovations For Low Cost Prosthetics
  • Neuro-Rehabilitation In The Area Of Neuro-Modulation, Plasticity And Non Invasive Brain Stimulation
  • Medical Acupuncture For Neuro-Musculoskeletal And Pain Management
  • Neuro-Rehabilitation; Non Invasive Brain Stimulation Rehabilitation
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation

3.

Associate Professor Dr. Julia Patrick Engkasan

Rehabilitation Consultant

DU54

  • Rehabilitation, Spasticity, Neuro-Rehabilitation, Pediatric Rehabilitation, Spinal Cord Injury

4.

Associate Professor Dr. Mazlina binti Mazlan

Rehabilitation Consultant

DU54

  • Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation (Traumatic And Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)
  • Rehabilitation Medicine, Spasticity Management
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation

5.

Associate Professor Dr. Loh Siew Yim

Senior Lecturer

DS54

  • Rehabilitation, Counseling, Therapy, Education, Psychosocial, Patient Self Management

6.

Dr. Chung Tze Yang

Clinical Specialist

DU54

  • Rehabilitation (Medical Rehabilitation, Prosthetics Orthotics, Gait)

7.

Dr. Anwar bin Suhaimi

Clinical Specialist

DU54

  • Cardiac Rehabilitation, Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, Algology And Pain Intervention

8.

Dr. Aishah binti Ahmad Fauzi

Clinical Specialist

DU54

  • Rehabilitation Medicine

9.

Dr. Norhamizan binti Hamzah

Clinical Specialist

DU53

  • Rehabilitation (Rehabilitation Medicine Clinical Specialist)
  • Rehabilitation (Certificate In International Basic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound & Basic MRI Anatomy Course)



ADDRESS

  • Pusat Perubatan Universiti Malaya,
    Lembah Pantai ,
    59100 Kuala Lumpur

EMAIL

  • Email: ummc@ummc.edu.my

TEL

  • Phone No : 03-79494422
  • Fax: 03-79492030

WEBSITE

  • Website: www.ummc.edu.my