Soodeh graduated from Shahid Beheshti University in 2001 with a Bachelor degree in Physiotherapy. For the next 10 years, she worked as a Cardiac Rehabilitation Physiotherapist in a hospital setting, treating both inpatient and outpatient cases. During this time she was able to collaborate with some of the surgeons in doing research on the effects of exercise therapy for different cardiac problems. Treating patients in an outpatient, hospital setting has broadened Soodeh’s knowledge to a variety of different fields including orthopedics, neurology, sports injuries, pediatrics, motor vehicle accidents, geriatrics, and healing and wound management.
Over the years, Soodeh has developed a passion for treating different pelvic dysfunctions in both male and female patients. She decided to become a specialist in this particular field and has since completed the necessary courses to become a Pelvic Physiotherapist. Her extensive orthopedic and pelvic health training in combination with her vast clinical experience offers a unique approach for individuals dealing with pelvic dysfunctions including incontinency, prolapse, and pregnancy issues, just to name a few.
Soodeh is committed to providing the highest quality of care to her patients by integrating evidence-based practice along with her clinical experience. She believes in implementing highly individualized treatment plans and relies heavily on manual therapy, exercise prescription and patient education. She values the importance of continuing education and her future plans include taking additional advanced courses to serve the KW community in the best way possible.
In her spare time, Soodeh enjoys reading, running, and spending time with her family and friends.