Hospital Corpsman First Class / Certified Occupational Therapist/ Physical Therapy Assistant/Certified Protection Specialist.
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant September 2003 - Present
Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital, Rockville, MD
Elham Tehranchi - P: 301-509-8654
Provide treatment to for a diverse patient population to include stroke, TBI and orthopedic related problems.
Fabricate custom static and dynamic splints. Provide in-services on new and emerging technology and information.
Volunteer team member Haiti/Ecuador multi phased intervention humanitarian mission multi role services.
Occupational Therapy Assistant September 1998 - August 2008
United States Navy, Bethesda Naval Medical Center, MD
Under the supervision of an OTR provided assessment, treatment and discharge planning for patients with physical, neurological, and psychosocial dysfunctions.
Worked with a variety of treatment modalities to include heat/cold, Biodex, ultrasound, CPM, paraffin, tens, estim, and fluido therapy.
Fabricated a large variety of specialized custom static and dynamic splints.
Performed ergonomic and pediatric assessments.
Directed in house support for the orthopedic hand team.
Extensive battle field trauma experience in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom combined information to design Burn and Wound Management In-service for support staff at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.
Member of the Internal Review Board.
Occupational Therapy Assistant January 2000 - December 2002
Asbury Methodist Village, Gaithersburg, MD
Worked in a variety of therapy settings to include long term care, assisted living, independent living,
Out-patient facilities and hand rehab clinics.
Provided treatment for a diverse population.
Fabricated custom static and dynamic splints.
Performed home assessments.
Assistant Investigator for Pilot study on managing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Physical Therapy Assistant December 1991 - January 1998
United States Navy, Beaufort Naval Hospital, SC
Provided evaluation, assessment, treatment, and discharge planning to a diverse patient population ranging from pediatric to geriatric.
Worked with a large variety of treatment modalities to include paraffin, fluido, ultrasound, BTE, Biodex, Lido, and Med-X, Kin-com, Cybex, tens, e-stim, and traction.
Worked extensively with massage therapy, myofasical release techniques, gonometry, orthotics, prostheses, and total joint replacements.
Fabricated numerous splints.
Extensive experience and training working with wounds and burn management.
Worked in depth with the sports medicine program with the United States Marine Corps.
Developed ACL and Shoulder Dislocation Protocols.
Proctor military OTA students second phase site mentor and instructor on modalities and pain management.
Physical Therapy Assistant August 1993 - January 1998
Beaufort Memorial Hospital, Beaufort, SC
Performed inpatient care to a diverse patient population.
Numerous duties included; wound management with and without E-stim, Pulsi-Vac system, Vac assistant closure system.
Worked extensively with total joint replacements, spinal injuries and complex back injuries.
Hospital Corpsman March 1989 - August 1991
United States Navy
Performed general nursing duties to include physical evaluations, assessments, treatment, and discharge planning, vaccines, blood draws, IV’s, x-ray, prep surgical equipment, and extensive lab experience.
Worked with wound and burn management, screener qualified in acute care and trauma room setting.
EXECUTIVE SECURITY INTERNATIONAL – GRAND JUNCTION, CO June 2014
Certified Personal Protection Specialist
Curriculum focused on; Principles of Protection, Protective Detail Operations, Surveillance and Counter Surveillance, Client Management, Human Behavior and Dangerousness, Fundamentals of Defensive Shooting, Defensive Shooting Tactics, Threat Assessment, Bomb Search and Identification, First Responder Medicine, Estate Security and Corporate Security.
US NAVY / ACADEMY OF HEALTH SCIENCES – FT. SAM HOUSTON, TX August 1998
US Army Diploma / Occupational Therapy Assistant
US NAVY / ACADEMY OF HEALTH SCIENCES – FT. SAM HOUSTON, TX December 1991
US Army Diploma / Physical Therapy Assistant
US NAVY – GREAT LAKES, IL March 1989
US Navy Certificate / Hospital Corpsman
HARRISBURG COMMUNITY COLLEGE – HARRISBURG, PA September 1987 – July 1988
25 Semester hrs / Liberal Arts
MERCED COMMUNITY COLLEGE – MERCED, CA April 1986 – August 1987
25 Semester hrs / Liberal Arts
ATWATER HIGH SCHOOL – MERCED, CA June 1982
Diploma / General Studies
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN – EMT
CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION – CPR
CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT – COTA/L
CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER
JOURNEYMAN WELDER FABRICATOR
All periods of service NAVY AND MARINE CORPS ACHIEVMENT (3)/ARMY ACHIEVMENT(1)/JOINT MERITORIOUS(3)/MERTORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION(2)/NAVY GOOD CONDUCT(5)GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM
Designed and developed:
Shoulder Dislocation protocol for United States Marines and SEALs
McConnell Tape / Dynamic splinting support for the upper and lower extremity and to include low back.
Extensive wound management and battle field trauma.
Research proposal for the new invention with full approval after submission. The proposal was presented as a guide to allow new interns to draft a quality product and research.
US Navy Medical Evacuation program to include logistics, manpower and standard operational procedure S.O.P
Data collection for research project through the United States Navy to modify the training programs for Marines and SEALs.
Invented a new device for managing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
The Internal Review Board offered me a seat to review research protocols.
Invited to serve on the Pain Management committee at the National Naval Medical Center for 2 years.
Supervised 260 service members assigned to the Medical Evacuation Teams.
Supported Army in Laundstuhl Germany and was assigned to the OR to direct and performed minor surgical procedure.
Developed and instituted new surgical and bandaging techniques to service members and staff.
Support Physicians for peace in Haiti and Ecuador to include on site evaluation and immediate protocol development and training.
Currently designing and implementing new gravity eliminated remediation techniques and platforms for Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital.
2010 - present
2010 - present
Raymond G. Pharaoh