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Dr. Arpit Tyagi   (Physiotherapist)

Dr. Arpit Tyagi (Physiotherapist)

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BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT - Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Physiotherapy



15 Years Experience Overall

Dr. Arpit Tyagi is a Physiotherapist in Baghpat Gate, Meerut and has an experience of 15 years in this field. Dr. Arpit Tyagi practices at Aarna Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Centre in Baghpat Gate, Meerut. He completed BPTh/BPT from MEERUT UNIVERSITY in 2005 and MPTh/MPT - Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Physiotherapy from Meghalya in 2011. He is a member of Medicine in Action Program (MIAP). Some of the services provided by the doctor are: Lower Back Pain,Sports Physical Therapy,Chronic Pain Treatment,Joint Mobilization and Consultant Physiotherapy etc.

Baghpat Gate, Meerut

Aarna Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Centre

Devshri Plaza, Baghpat Road, Landmark- SBI, Meerut

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Mon - Sat

10:00 - 03:00
04:30 - 08:00


Common questions & answers

Q: Who is a physiotherapist?

A: Physiotherapists are specialized in restoring, maintaining or increasing physical mobility, strength and function with exercise, massage and electrotherapy. They are medically trained to treat musculoskeletal problems.

Q: When should I see a doctor and when should I see a physiotherapist?

A: One can see a physiotherapist for back pain, knee pain, paralysis, arthritis, aches, sprains, rehabilitation after surgery etc but if there is any serious injury, uncontrollable pain, pain that is waking you up at night, redness or swelling around a joint or body parts it is best to get urgent medical care.A doctor may refer you to a physiotherapist post surgery, or when there is chronic pain.

Q: What is the difference between a physiotherapist and a physical therapist?

A: Physiotherapist is also called a physical therapist. These are synonymous terms and can be used interchangeably. Both treat musculoskeletal disorders with controlled physical manipulation.

Q: Can a physiotherapist perform surgery?

A: A physiotherapist is educated in muscular anatomy, but they are not trained in operative procedures, so they can not perform surgery.

Q: Can physiotherapists prescribe medicines?

A: Physiotherapists are trained in manual therapy to massage, mobile and manipulate the muscle and joints, but they do not study medicines; hence they are not licensed to prescribe medicines.




MPTh/MPT - Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Physiotherapy - Meghalya, 2011


Medicine in Action Program (MIAP)


2005 - 2007 Consultant at Gangaram Hospital
2008 - 2009 Consultant at Max Hospital
2010 - Present Senior Consultant at Aarna Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Centre
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