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Dr. Sanchitha Ramesh (PT)

Dr. Sanchitha Ramesh   (Physiotherapist)

Dr. Sanchitha Ramesh (Physiotherapist)

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BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT - Sports Physiotherapy




Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist


7 Years Experience Overall  (5 years as specialist)

100% (31 votes)

A qualified physiotherapist from M.S.Ramaiah College of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, has completed her training in orthopedics and sports rehabilitation from this esteemed college with additional training and certification in various manual therapy techniques such as mulligan’s mobilization, kinesiotaping methods, approach to kinetic control and neurodynamic solutions. Has practiced in a multidisciplinary clinical setup, where she has had experience treating musculo-skeletal injuries, neurological disorders, antenatal and poatnatal programs and geriatric care. Her special interest being in shoulder rehabilitation and ergonomic assessment she has dedicated much of her time into evidence based and research analysis for the same, and has also won many accolades in her field. Being fluent in many languages she takes a keen interest in inculcating different cultures which helps understand and treat her patients better. Her aim is to help in giving a healthy and pain free living to all.

Banaswadi, Bangalore

Labyrinth Movement Rehabilitation Centre


No. 14, 2nd Floor, 7th Main, 80 Ft road, Above IDBI Bank, Subbannayapalya, Banaswadi Subbannaiah Palya,, Landmark: Above IDBI Bank, Bangalore

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Mon - Sat

09:00 - 06:00


Common questions & answers

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.

Awards and Recognitions

Trained in clinical application of kinesio-tape and rigid tape
Trained in Mulligan’s Mobilization
Trained in Neurodynamic Solution
Trained in kinetic control as an approach to movement rehabilitation


BPTh/BPT - M S Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore, 2012
MPTh/MPT - Sports Physiotherapy - M S Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore, 2014


Indian Association of Physiotherapist


2012 - 2014 Orthopaedic Junior Consultant at M.S.Ramaiah Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
2014 - 2015 Consultant Physiotherapist at Ramakrishna group of hospitals-jayanagar
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