98% (180 votes)
Dr. Ajeet Kumar Saharan, Director - "Physio Healing Physiotherapy Clinic and Slimming Center" in Shri Sunder Singh Bhandari Nagar (Swej Farm), Opp. Big Bazar, Behind Police Chowki, Sodala, Jaipur. I am a Principal in Jaipur Physiotherapy College, Kukas, Jaipur."
It was my first therapy and I m feeling better then yesterday. I have to take 4-5 therapy and I m sure it will heel my muscular stain.
I booked an appointment and it was ease process to get a treatment. Doctor explained me my problem in very friendly way and it was a very great experience with doctor. I had my injury since last two year after meeting Dr. ajeet k. Saharan i felt a sense of recovery in my injury .
I happen to meet Dr. Ajeet by chance and today he is my hope and trust. I was suffering from neck & shoulder pain since long but when symptoms of tingling & numbness spread in my arms I thought it could be a problem relating to heart and I got all the relevant tests done, test yielded no problem relating to heart and I was beginning to despair when I luckily saw PHYSIO HEALING information in B. Lal's clinic and thought of giving it a shot knowing nothing about the credentials of the doctor and the techniques but today when I am progressing towards the treatment, exercises and the therapy prescribed by Dr. Ajeet, I can now vouch for him and say he is indeed a very soft spoken, courteous and a very good listener unlike most of the doctors these days. His ability to connect with the patient has a phenomenal healing power. I have benefited immensely from his treatment for cervical spondylitis and having 60%of relief now and keeping faith in him and hoping for 100%recovery in times to come.
He catches the problem at first visit and treats it properly.Got long term relief.He gives full therapy relevant for treatment in less time
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.