Specialist Voice Therapist
MBBCh, MSc, MD, PG Dip (Voice Disorders)
Clinical lead for Speech and Language Therapist at University Hospital Lewisham since 2009. She leads the voice services for both adults and children in the Speech and Language Therapy Department and provides voice therapy input in the renowned Multidisciplinary voice clinic at UHL, one of the leading Paediatric ENT Voice Disorders clinics in the UK. Rehab has also lead the Parallel Voice Clinic at UHL since 2011 that provides both adult and paediatric services under the guidance of Mr Aymat the Clinic Lead for voice. She is a Visiting Associate Professor of Phoniatrics Sciences at Kasr Alaini Hospital, Cairo University since 2017. She graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Cairo University in 1996. She trained in speech and language therapy and laryngology as a Senior SHO in Cairo university hospital between 1997 & 2000. She was awarded both an MSc and MD in Phoniatrics Sciences from the University of Cairo in 2000 and 2008 respectively. Her research on communication disorders in twins was published as a thesis and she developed The Arabic Phonological Awareness Test. Rehab studied voice disorders at UCL and was awarded a post-grad diploma in 2005. She has an interest and passion for research and has publications in the field of voice and language disorders.