BPTh/BPT, MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy
100% (75 votes)
Dr. Tapsya is an experienced physiotherapist who worked at Dr. Batra's Physiocare. She is currently pracising in Sparsh - Orthopedics and Sports Injury Center.
Main Sohna Road, Badshahpur, Landmark: Opposite Radha Krishna Mandir, Gurgaon
Mon - Sat
10:00 - 02:00
** ** ******* ** ****** ** ** ********* ******* I visited her post my ankle's fracture removal for physiotherapy. She listened to my problem patiently and devised a plan for me to get back to my normal phase. She not only tracked my progress but also updated the plan as the ankle healed. She explains why she is suggesting certain exercises and she ensures you have the right form. On one hand she is very friendly and goes extra mile to help patient, on the other, she is a tough doctor-trainer who ensures patients are exercising and progressing. I highly recommend Dr Tapsya.
Hi Guys, I am writing few words for Dr. Tapasya as me and my wife visited her for physio consultancy.
Dr Tapsya is patient, ******* *** thorough with her treatment. She treated my neck problem and made it much better. She also followed up and offered to teach me strengthening exercises whenever convenient for me. Overall, I had a good experience and would certainly recommend her!
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.