Mohamed graduated from The School of Physical Therapy at Cairo University in 2002. Upon graduation he worked for 7 years at the Police Hospitals Health System in Cairo, where he was a key member of the team responsible for building a $30 million state-of-art rehabilitation facility. In that function, Mohamed’s main role included serving as a liaison for negotiations between senior leadership and vendors for $10 million in equipment-purchasing contracts, hiring/training staff, and preparing for meetings and presentations with national and international vendors. After moving to the United States, Mohammed received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Dominican College and MBA in healthcare administration from Baruch College. Mohamed currently works as a Post-Acute Care Physical Therapist at Visiting Nurse Service of New York.