This is a clinical department handling Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy clinical and academic responsibilities. This is also a very popular subject of specialization at Post graduation level. The teaching faculty and graduate and Post graduate students treat various patients with musculoskeletal conditions like frozen shoulder, cervical spondylosis, prolapsed intervertebral disc, soft tissue injuries, fractures, and work related musculoskeletal disorders.






Designation:

Head of Department of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy of College.


Qualification:

Qualified as Professor with Master of Physiotherapy in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Presently approved by MUHS as Associate Professor. He is also head of this Department.


Experience : 12 years


Approved Post graduate guide, examiner and paper setter for MUHS.


Area of expertise is Sports physiotherapy, He is clinical head of Musculoskeletal outpatient department of CMF college of Physiotherapy. He is also co-coordinator for postgraduate teaching and clinical departments. He has 3 research paper publications to his credit.


Designation:
Assistant Professor.


Qualification:
Qualified and approved as Assistant professor with Master of Physiotherapy in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.


Experience : 3 years 8 months.


Area of interest is soft tissue manipulations, Good expertise in soft tissue injuries treatment and post fracture mobilizations. She is also involved in Kinesiotherapy and Fundamentals of Exercise therapy teaching along with Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.

Qualification:
MPT(Musculokeletal).


Experience:

Syllabus of Department of Anatomy

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Syllabus of Department of Anatomy

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