My interest in Physiotherapy stems from my deep-rooted love for Human Sciences. Deeply interested as well as amused by the way the human mind and body work, I developed an unquenchable thirst to learn more. This combined with my outgoing, enthusiastic nature along with the fact that I love working with people, made a career in physiotherapy a perfect fit for me. This took me to pursue a bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy, where I spent the next 4.5 years of my life through a grueling schedule of conceptual and theoretical study, as well as a hands-on hospital and community-based clinical training.
During the pandemic, I was proactive and gained a lot of experience in acute covid-19 care as well as post-COVID-19 Rehabilitation and telerehabilitation. I have also completed a research project titled " Effectiveness of Inspiratory Muscle Trainer on Respiratory Function of Post-Covid 19 Individuals " As the first foray into primary research, it has been a wholesome and enriching experience.
Over the course of years, I have worked in various settings, ranging from multi-specialty hospitals, intensive care units, various outpatient departments, clinics, special-needs schools, old age homes, and community centers, to mobile physiotherapy vans in remote villages in India. This has enabled me to gain a diverse experience ranging from pediatric clients, neurorehabilitation, pre-, and post-surgery, orthopedic departments, sports injuries, respiratory issues including COVID-19 as well as post-partum and women’s health.
I developed a keen interest in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, which took me to pursue my master’s degree at Cardiff University. This has further nurtured my skills as a researcher and a clinician.
- Research Physiotherapist
- Reviews and provides educational resources to help the team