Sayed Abdelmonem Tantawy
Dr. Sayed Tantawy was born in 1975 and graduated from the Faculty of Physiotherapy, Cairo University in 1987 and finished his internship in the AIR Force Military Hospital, Cairo in 1998. He then worked as a physiotherapist in Al-tawfikia Hospital, Cairo and chief of physiotherapy, physical medicine and locomotor system, Ahamed Shawky Hospital, Mohandeseen, Giza from 1987 to 1991. He worked as chief of physiotherapy Sarat Abidha General Hospital, Abha, and sports injuries specialist, Sakr Algazera Club, Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (1991-1995). Dr Sayed finished his master degree in 2002 which was titled “Pressure Ulcers Responses to Iontophoresis” at Cairo University. He worked as chairman of physiotherapy department, orthopedic department, Cairo University and physiotherapy consultant, Tantawy Physiotherapy Center, Haram, Giza. Dr Sayed finished his PhD in 2006 which was titled “Effect of Anal Electrical Stimulation on Pressure Time Curve of the Pelvic Floor Muscles in Post Traumatic Faecal Incontinence”, Cairo University. In 2007, he worked as vice director of physical therapy for training, teaching and scientific research, Cairo University Hospitals. From 2008 to 2009, Dr Tantawy worked as physical therapy director in Kasr El-Eini of Radiation, Oncology and Nuclear Medicine, Cairo University and worked also as an assistant professor of physiotherapy, Kasr El Aini Hospital, Cairo University. Dr Tantawy moved to Bahrain to work in Ahlia University in 2009 as an assistant professor of physiotherapy and promoted in Cairo and Ahlia universities to associate professor of physiotherapy. He is also serving as Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner CKTP Elite CKT Association), Secretary General of Egyptian Association of Physical Therapy & Medical Rehabilitation and he is member of The Mediterranean Society of Pelvic Floor Disorders and Egyptian Physical Therapy Syndicate.
Dr Sayed Tantawy is interested in cancer rehabilitation, pelvic floor dysfunctions and physiotherapy for surgery.
Dalia M. Kamel, Ali A. Thabet, Sayed A. Tantawy, Mohamed M. Radwan, (2013):Effect of abdominal versus pelvic floor muscle exercises in obese Egyptian women with mild stress urinary incontinence: A randomised controlled trial, Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal, Vol. 31, No. 1, 2013 PP 12- 18.
Neveen Abdel-Raoof, Dalia Kamel, Sayed Tantawy, (2013): Influence of second-degree flatfoot on spinal and pelvic mechanics in young females, International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, Vol. 20, No. 9, 2013 PP 428- 434.
Dalia M Kamel, Neveen A Raoof& Sayed A. Tantawy, (2015): Efficacy of lumbar mobilization on post-partum low back pain in Egyptian Females: Randomized controlled trial, accepted for publication in the journal of “the back and musculoskeletal rehabilitation”.