BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT - Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Physiotherapy, Master of Chiropractic
97% (98 votes)
Dr Stuti, a passout from Jamia Hamdard University and a research trainee from AIIMS, new delhi, has an experience of around 10 years in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation. Having the best of exposure in the field, she is been trained in ACL & PCL rehabilitation by Singapore General Hospital and is a certified maitland technique practitioner.
I had an accident two and a half years ago in Canada which left me with L4/L5 disk herniation causing numbness in my right leg (from my hip to the toes). I also had a serious knee buckling issue. Over the years I have developed hip imbalance which made my right leg shorter than the left leg.
Dr Stuti and her team (Dr Pihu, Nisha) were very patient and friendly in their interactions. By the end of my first package with them I experienced almost 60% -70% pain relief. The exercises they recommended proved very helpful and help me manage my work life balance effectively. Kudos to them and a Big Thank you.
Location - its is good location
Dr. Stuti and her team truly justifies the name of the Clinic"Healing Hands".
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.