Neurological physical therapy is a field focused on working with individuals who have a neurological disorder or disease. These can include stroke, chronic back pain, Alzheimer's disease, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT), ALS, brain injury, cerebral palsy, l.g.b. syndrome, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, facial palsy and spinal cord injury. Common impairments associated with Neurologic conditions include impairments of vision, balance, ambulation, activities of daily living, movement, muscle strength and loss of functional independence. The techniques involve in neurological physical therapy are wide ranging and often require specialized training.
Neurological physiotherapy is also called neurophysiotherapy or Neurological rehabilitation.
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Dr. Sitaraman SundaresanMaster degree in physiotherapy (ortho & sports)
He also holds a Fellowship in Neurological Rehab and Fellowship in Cardiac Rehab from the Apollo Group of hospitals, Chennai and Hyderabad.
He heads the area of sports medicine and is also the director of fitness services at physio-be-fit.
An avid runner, his interests in the area of sports medicine is vast and he runs the Dynamic Fitness Ball Program and Core-Cardio fit programs, both specialised core-training programs.
He has trained more than 500 clients in the area of core-training since its inception 10 years ago.
His interests include knee joint therapies and spine care. With an extensive research in ankle sprains, he uses a unique technique in quick treatment of ankle sprains.
Dr. Shalini VarmaBSc., BPT
She heads the wing of clinical practices at the physio-be-fit center. With key interests in shoulder rehab and knee rehab, Dr. Shalini is well popular amongst individuals with frozen shoulder problems.
With vast experiences, she has worked with the Ramakrishna group of hospitals, jayanagar and with popular orthopaedic surgeons in the city as a consultant physiotherapist.