Dr. Gajendra Vishwakarma is a Physiotherapist and a Dry Needling Therapist with a special interest in Sports, Musculoskeletal and posture problems. He is the owner founder of Advanced Physiotherapy Clinic, which aims to provide wellness to people coming in.Dr. Gajendra Vishwakarma has a vast experience with treating Shoulder, Knee and Spinal problems. With his expertise in repetitive stress injuries, He daily treats many IT professionals, homemakers, old patients etc with their common problems of neck and back pain due to sedentary life. He enjoys making a difference in his patient's lives and being part of their recovery. If your injury is acute or longstanding, sports, work or accident related, he can help your recovery.He also enjoys integrating his skills and experience into the clinical setting to help a variety of patients regain and exceed their pre-injury levels. In the words of the Dr. “I chose physical therapy for several reasons. first of all, I had always wanted to do something within the medical field. being able to spend quality time with patients and being able to watch them progress and improve is what makes physical therapy such a wonderful profession. being able to watch a patient progress over time and knowing you had a hand in their recovery is very rewarding experience”He is also a dry needling therapist with a degree from Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi.
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Q: Who is a physiotherapist?
A: A physiotherapist is an expert who specialises in restoring, maintaining, and assessing the mobility of a person who is affected by disability, injury, or illness. They also help in lowering the risk of future illness or injury and improve the physical strength of an individual. One can use physiotherapy at any stage of their life.
Q: When should I see a doctor and when should I see a physiotherapist?
A: You should see a doctor if you have a severe injury, bleeding, severe pain and need immediate medical attention. You can visit a physiotherapist if you have have an old injury, back pain, injuries related to sports, want a personalised exercise plan, manual therapy, or wish to increase mobility in the joints.
Q: What is the difference between a physiotherapist and a physical therapist?
A: There is no difference between a physiotherapist and a physical therapist. Both these terms can be used interchangeably.
Q: Can a physiotherapist perform surgery?
A: A physiotherapist cannot perform surgery. Instead, they can help to avoid surgery by eliminating pain or healing the injury. They also assist in the rehabilitation or recovery of a patient that has undergone surgery.
Q: Can physiotherapists prescribe medicines?
A: A physiotherapist is not qualified to prescribe medicines. However, they can provide a prescription if they are working with the written authority of a doctor as a supplementary subscriber.