User:Okebanama Nelson Onyebuchi
Okebanama Nelson Onyebuchi
I was born and bred in Onitsha , Anambra State Nigeria where i had my Primary school education at Woliwo primary School II. I proceeded for my Junior Secondary School education at our Ladys' High School and later went on to do my Senior Secondary school education at the prestigious Christ the King College still in the commercial city of Onitsha. I later on enrolled at University of Nigeria where i acquired a degree in Physiotherapy.
I am a Physiotherapist with 2 years work experience with interest in Pediatric Physiotherapy and Neurology. I am work driven and have a good teamwork and problem solving skills. I wish to use this opportunity to contribute to the present body of knowledge in Physiotherapy and also learn.
I qualified as a Physiotherapist with Second Class Upper degree from University of Nigeria in 2015. Post graduation, i worked with Tri-City Physiotherapy Centre Warri for a period of 7 months, while waiting for my compulsory one year internship placement. Later on , I underwent my one year internship programme at University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital Ilorin Kwara State, Nigeria. Currently, am doing my mandatory one year National Youth Service (NYSC) Progarmme at Barau Dikko Teaching Hospital Kaduna, Nigeria.
- Leadership Skills
- Computer Skills
- Effective Communication, Team work abilities and Problem Solving Skills.
- Physical and Mental Alertness
- Integrity, Transparency and Honesty
- Good Skills In Planning, Organizing and Executing Events
- Reading Online news
- Playing piano and video games
Medical Rehabilitation( Physiotherapy), University of Nigeria Nsukka, Second Class Upper Division degree
Top Pediatric Prize Award On Innovative Approach To Enhnace Good Outcome In Peadiatric Practice, Pediatric Rehabilitation Unit At University Of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin 2017.
Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy - Member
Impact Of Educational Programme On Parental Knowledge Of Cerebral Palsy And Its Relationship With Socio-Economic Status Of Parents Dissertation 2015