Dr. Maha Feda
Speciality: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Expertise:Musculoskeletal Rehab & Chronic Pain Management
Designation:Consultant Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (HOD)
Work Experience:17 Years
Language: Arabic , English
Dr. Maha Feda is Consultant and Head of Department at the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department at Reem Hospital. She completed her MBBS from King Khalid University, and then her residency through a joint program between Prince Sultan Medical Military City and Royal Australian College of Physicians. She has the distinction of being the first female Saudi national to be board certified in Physical Medical and Rehabilitation from the Jordan Medical Council.
She holds a Fellowship in chronic pain management and a Fellowship in musculoskeletal rehabilitation medicine from the University of Toronto. She has done a Clinical Research Graduate Certificate Program from the Michener Institute, as well.
Her experience includes having served as a Consultant in physical medicine and rehabilitation at SKMC, Abu Dhabi, and at the Prince Sultan Medical Military City, KSA. She served first as Quality Facilitator and then as Deputy Director of rehabilitation medicine and Functional Health Care Services at the Prince Sultan Medical Military City, KSA.
With such a vast range of experience in diverse positions, Dr. Feda is an expert in Botox injections, Trigger Point Injections, and intra-articular injections for management of pain, spasticity and movement disorders. She has successfully treated patients requiring musculoskeletal rehabilitation and managed cases of chronic pain.
She has a keen interest in training and has held the role of a Director of PM & R Saudi Board Residency Training Program and continues to provide training in the UAE. She is an accomplished, dynamic and patient-centric physician and participates in multiple types of research and presentations in her field. With her evident passion and commitment to the field of rehabilitation and chronic pain management, Dr. Maha Feda actively cares for her patients, both adults and pediatrics in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She is fluent in both Arabic and English.