Doctors

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Name: Dr. Sumnima Itani

NHPC NO: A-2015 PHY

OBJECTIVE:

To utilise my skills and to ultimately expand my understanding and knowledge of the clinical aspect in physical therapy.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of physiotherapy from florence College of physiotherapy (Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences), Bangalore, India.

Higher Secondary level from HSEB, Nepal

School Leaving Certificate (SLC) from Ministry of Education, Nepal

WORKSHOP And SEMINARS

Certified Therapeutic Taping Practitioner from International Academy For Health and Science, India

Rehabilitation in Neuromuscular Disorders organized by Bangalore Baptist Hospital, India

Normalizing life post COVID-19 organized by South Canara physiotherapy Teachers Association, Mangalore. India

Positional Released Technique ysiotherapy, organized by Krupanidhi College of physiotherapy

JeevanRaksha- Basic care and Life Support (BCLS) from Bangalore, India

Experience

-Worked as a physiotherapist at National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Bangalore, India

-Worked as a physiotherapist of Zion Hospitals and Research Centre, Bangalore, India

-Worked as a physiotherapist at Specialist Hospital, Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore, India

-Worked as a physiotherapist at The Association of people with Disabilily, Lingarajapurum, Bangalore, India

-Worked as a physiotherapist at Florence college of physiotherapy and Rehab Centre, Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore, India

-Working as a physiotherapist at Aashas Health Care pvt Ltd.


Name: Dr. Rusha Pradhan

NHPC NO: A-1091 PHY, NEPTA- L-761

Objective

– The primary objective is to help patients recover from injury, surgery, or illness by restoring movement, function, and quality of life through personalized exercise programs, manual therapy, education, and other techniques.

– Main aims to reduce pain, improve mobility, prevent disability, and promote overall physical well-being.

– To apply research based and evidence based approach based on the conditions and situations of the patient

– Examining the long-term effects of rehabilitation interventions on patients’ quality of life, recurrence of injury, and overall health outcomes.

– Understanding factors influencing patient adherence to rehabilitation programs and finding ways to improve compliance.

– Investigating methods to prevent common injuries or conditions through targeted exercises, education, or lifestyle modifications

– Developing and validating outcome measures to assess the effectiveness of rehabilitation programs and track patients’ progress.

Education
– Masters in Rehabilitation Medicine and Physiotherapy in Southern Medical University, Guangzhou, China

– Bachelors in Physiotherapy from Padmashree Institute ofPhysiotherapy, Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University, India

– Higher secondary school from St. Mary’s Convent School, Nainital,India

– School leaving certificate (SLC) from Graded English Medium School(GEMS), Lalitpur, Nepal

Experience

– Worked as physiotherapist in Nanfang Hospital, Guangzhou, China

– Worked as physiotherapist in Aashas Health care, Lalitpur, Nepal

– Worked as physiotherapist in Green City Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal

– Worked as a physiotherapist at Fortis hospital, Nagarbhavi circle, Bangalore India.

– Worked as physiotherapist People’s tree hospital (Bangalore,India)

– Worked as physiotherapist in ESIC medical college and model hospital (Bangalore, India)

– Worked as a physiotherapist at Sumanahalli Leprosy Rehabilitation Centre ( Bangalore, India)

– Worked as Vasavi Hospital Bangalore India

– Worked as physiotherapist in Padmashree clinic and rehabilitation centre, Bangalore, India

Professional Skills
– Certified in Dry needling technique (2017)
– Experienced in Acupuncture techniques (in China) (2020-2023)
– Experienced as Pilates instructor (2020-2023)
– The 2nd Nanfang International Rehabilitation Forum Conference, Guangzhou, China, 2022
– “Frist Aid & BLS {CPR; provider” course conducted by “PRIME”, Paramedics Research Institute for Management of Emergencies held on 8th February, 2014.
– “Physio -con 2014”, a conference “by physios for physios”, pre conference workshop on “Athletic Taping” on 10th December 2014 at DayanandadSagar College of Physiotherapy.
– “Basic and advanced level dry needling – 1& 2” conducted 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th June 2017 at Goutham College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation center, Bangalore.
– Experienced in Manual therapy