BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT - Neurological Physiotherapy
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97% (116 votes)
Dr. Aditi Singh is a physical therapist with Masters in Neurology and Experience in physical health care and rehabilitation is also a stott pilates certified instructor, trained in Toronto, Canada (the home base of stott pilates). She is the Co- founder and Managing Partner at Revive Multispeciality Physical Health and Wellness, Bangalore.She deals with all kinds of neurological, orthopedic and pediatric conditions at Revive. She also takes a various group, semi-private and private sessions of pilates for fitness enthusiasts and individuals seeking health and wellness programs. She also takes clinical pilates sessions for her patients suffering from back pain, neck pain, postural dysfunctions, arthritis, post fracture stiffness, post surgical muscular weakness and nerve injuries.She has the special interest in women’s health and has developed many programs combining physiotherapy and pilates for antenatal, postnatal, osteoporosis and urinary incontinence- issues specific to women.Her knowledge of functional biomechanics, anatomy, rehabilitation, pilates and physical assessment has come from the latest in continuing education courses as well as years of experience (clinical as well as academic) from working with clients at all levels and other health care professionals around the country.
332, 1st Floor, 38th Cross, Landmark: Above Jewel House & Opposite Mewa College & Pump House Bus Stop & Adjacent to East End Road, Bangalore
Mon - Fri
09:30 - 12:45
04:30 - 07:00
10:00 - 01:00
I feel so happy and delighted that I came across Dr. Aditi on Practo during the most difficult period of my recovery. After facing some injuries and muscle tears/spasms from a previous therapist I was seeing, I decided to change the therapist and that was when I came across Dr. Aditi. She took the time to go through my entire medical history post the accident and did an excellent job in diagnosing the issue. With just a couple of massage and kneading techniques she removed the muscle spasms that i was suffering with since 3 months in just a week which was amazing. She could also help me get 95% of my arm movement range back in a few weeks :) She is really kind, friendly and understands the patients experiences from their point of view. At the same time she is very professional in her job and must say I am really glad to be treated by her. :) I saw a drastic decrease in pain I was suffering through her specialized techniques and the IFT treatments post each session. I would definitely recommend Dr. Aditi to anyone I meet in future for physio and rehab.
Aditi is not only a fabulous doctor/healer, she is a great person to heal oneself of any pain. I would recommend her for the following expertise and qualities she has always shown in patient care for my treatment of sciatica and working on long-term fitness with Pilates:
Well informed and highly experienced professional that is evident in her approach to treatment. She's helping me with post discectomy rehab through clinical Pilates.
Doctor can explain the provlem with simple words without exaggerating the problem and gives very appropriate solutions .Her approach is very positive which makes me feel confident and feel i can achieve TO BE NORMAL again.Thank you Doctor for all the support and confidence :)
Q: Who is a physiotherapist?
A: Physiotherapists are specialists who assist people with injury, or disability to help restore full function, rehabilitation, mobility and strength.They are engaged in promoting health and maintainance of overall well being.
Q: When should I see a doctor and when should I see a physiotherapist?
A: Severe injuries require patients to visit an emergency physician for further medical or surgical mode of treatment. Both physiotherapists and doctors can diagnose several injuries and either can be referred depending on the range of factors. However, physiotherapists specialize in treating musculo-skeletal system related conditions by certified exercises.
Q: What is the difference between a physiotherapist and a physical therapist?
A: Both physiotherapist and physical therapist are interchangeable terms. Both kinds of people possess specific training to diagnose symptoms of injury, disability and illnesses and treat them by physical manipulation, exercises and heat therapy.
Q: Can a physiotherapist perform surgery?
A: Physiotherapists are not trained in performing surgery. However, physiotherapists can work along with other health professionals for providing rehabilitation services.
Q: Can physiotherapists prescribe medicines?
A: The right to prescribe medicines by physiotherapists vary across nations and their medical boards. Some physiotherapists may be licensed to prescribe certain groups of pain relieving medications.
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