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Dr. Varun Khurana (PT)

Dr. Varun Khurana (PT)
Unit Head - Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Unit,Gurgaon
Varun Khurana (PT)
Memberships: 
  • Life Member: Indian Association Of Physiotherapists (NO: L-44622)
  • Member: The Delhi Council of Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy (No.: PR-214)
  • Member: The Indian Head Injuries Foundation (No.: 288)
  • EC Member: IAP Haryana Branch
     
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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • Over 15 YEARS of clinical experience
  • Focussed on  delivery of In-depth Assessement and Quality treatment to the patients
  • Worked as Assistant Manager and Incharge Of
  • Neurorehalilitation at Max Hospital, Saket, New Delhi
  • Quality Champion at Max Hosiptals, Saket, New Delhi
  • Worked as Senior Physiotherapist at Medanta,The Medicity,Gurgaon,Haryana
  • Worked at Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi
Education & Training: 
  • BPT
  • MPT (Cardio-Pulmonary)
Awards Information: 
  • Awarded as VALUE STAR AWARD in Max Healthcare in January 2019
  • As Guest of Honor in Workshop on Advance Physical Therapy Practices held on 2nd September 2018
  • Invited as Guest in SYNERGY 2018 held in SGT University,Gurgaon in October 2018
  • CLINICAL EXCELLENCE AWARD at NEURAXIS 2018
  • Awarded  for Excellent Contribution in the field of Physiotherapy in IAP Conference held on 23-24 March 2018 in New Delhi
  • JUDGE for a Poster Presentation in INCPT AIIMS 2017
  • External Examiner for various colleges/universities
  • Organizing Secretary for Neuroconnect 2 & 3 held in year 2017 & 2019
     
Speciality Interest: 
  • CARDIAC REHABILITATION
  • NEURO REHABILITATION
  • CRITICAL CARE

Dr. C. Murali (PT)

Dr. C. Murali (PT)
Pan Max Specialty Head, Cardio-Pulmonary Rehabilitation
C. Murali (PT)
Memberships: 
  • Member of Indian Association of Physiotherapist
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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • Total 15 Years of experience
  • 2002-2004: Lecturer in Padmavathi College of Physiotherapy,TN
  • 2004-2005: Lecturer in Vikas College of Physiotherapy, Guntur, AP
  • 2008 – 2013:  Head and Sr. Physiotherapist, Lalitha superspeciality Hospital, Guntur, AP
  • 2013- 2015: Physiotherapist at Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital, Vaishali
  • 2015 – 2018: Sr Physiotherapist and Team leader at Max Vaishali
  • 2019 April : Speciality Manager – Cardiology Group, Physiotherapy and Rehab, Max Hospital
Education & Training: 
  • MPT Cardio-pulmonary : 2008   (Dr NTR University, AP)
  • BPT                                : 2001   (Dr MGR University, Chennai)
Awards Information: 
  • Specialty Manager to lead Cardiology specialty for Rehabilitation Medicine (Currently given)
  • Gem Award: 2018
  • Star Award:2018
  • Long Service Award: 2018
Speciality Interest: 
  • Critical care Physiotherapy
  • Cardiac Rehab
  • 6 Minutes Walking Test
  • Research
  • Training and Education
     

Dr. Smriti Neha (PT)

Dr. Smriti Neha (PT)
Pan Max Specialty Head, Oncology Rehabilitation
Smriti Neha (PT)
Memberships: 
  • Life Member of The Indian Association of Physiotherapists
  • Member of The Delhi Council of Physiotherapy and occupational Therapy
  • Member of International Naturopathy Organization
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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • Head of Physiotherapy Department at Shri Narayan Multi Speciality Hospital, Jharkhand
  • Consultant Physiotherapist from  2012 at Max Super Specialty Hospitals, Patparganj
  • Incharge of Oncology Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
Education & Training: 
  • Bachelor of Physiotheraphy from Dolphin (P.G.) Institute of Bio - Medical and Natural Sciences, Dehradun (Uttarakhand)
  • B.Sc (Hons) (Zoology) from Anugrah Narayan College Patna, Bihar
  • Completed Observership/Training in the Department of Physiotherapy, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai
  • Certified Lymphedema Therapist ,Diagnosis and Management of Lymphedema Post Mastectomy”, held at 6th International Conference of Physical Theraphy – AIIMS 2017, Max Super Specialty Hospital Saket, New Delhi
  • “Evaluation and Management of Swallowing Disorders in Head & Neck Cancer”, held at 1st International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approach towards Cancer Rehabilitation “CAN - REHAB 2017”, Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai
  • Interactive Symposium on Advanced Knee & Hip Replacement Surgeries and Rehabilitation at Delhi by Dr. (Prof.) Anil Arora
  • Certificate Course in Lymphedema Management”, held at Physiotherapy Department, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai
  • Certified User for G-EO System (by Reha Technology AG) to treat patient
Awards Information: 
  • Was awarded a memento from Pediatrics Oncology Department of Max Institute of Cancer Care at Max Saket for excellent work in oncology rehabilitation
  • 2nd prize for “Sentinel lymph node biopsy and early physiotherapy after breast cancer surgery reduces overall incidence of lymphedema” at Max Healthcare 3rd Annual Patient Safety Conference being held on 1st & 2ndFeb 2019, at Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi
  • In Nov 2012 I was given an appreciation letter for my work at Max Super Speciality Hospital,  Patparganj, New Delhi
  • Organizing member of many Conferences, workshops, support groups and CMEs
  • Participating and Organizing “Breast Cancer and Cervical Cancer Awareness” programs conducted by Bliss Foundation
  • Dr. Sandhya Gupta, Dr. Smriti Neha, Dr. Neerja Gupta, Dr. Geeta Kadayaprath (2019), “Sentinel lymph node biopsy and early physiotherapy after breast cancer surgery reduces overall incidence of lymphedema”, Max Healthcare 3rd Annual Patient Safety Conference being held on 1st & 2ndFeb 2019, at Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi
  • Beyond Treatment In Breast Cancer Role Of Rehabilitation”, “MAX ONCOCON 2017”, 30th April 2017, Max Super Speciality Hospitals, Patparganj & Vaishali, New Delhi [Presentation]
  • Dr. Smriti Neha, Dr. Zameer Jafri, Dr. H. Chaturvedi & Dr. G. Kadayaprath (2013), “A Study on Complex Physical Therapy For Lymphedema in Breast Cancer Patients” 1st Indian Cancer Congress, 21st – 24th Nov 2013, Delhi, India. [Poster Presentation]
  • “Role of Physiotherapy in Ergonomics for I T Professional in a software company, Noida, 2012 [Presentation]
  • “Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT) for Lymphedema”, Handbook on Lymphedema management, published by Max Institute of Cancer care, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj and Max Institute of Medical Excellence, New Delhi
  • Invited as a Faculty for Lymphedema Rehabilitation workshop in “Apollo medics Hospital,Lucknow 2019”, 31th March 2019 organized by Apollo medics hospital,Lucknow
  • Invited as a panelist for head and Neck Rehabilitation in “MAX ONCOCON 2017”, 30th April 2017 organized by Max Super Speciality Hospitals, Patparganj & Vaishali, New Delhi
     
Speciality Interest: 
  • Oncology Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
  • Lymphedema Management
  • Post Mastectomy Rehabilitation
  • Pre and Post Musculoskeletal oncology Rehabilitation
  • Pre and Post Gyne, GI Onco, Thorax, Head and Neck Rehabilitation
  • Dysphagia management
  • Palliative Care in Oncology Patient

Dr. Tarun Lala (PT)

Dr. Tarun Lala (PT)
Head - Zonal Head South Zone; Head- Neurorehab, Physiotherapy and Rehab Services
Tarun Lala (PT)
Memberships: 
  • Member of World Stroke Organization
  • Member of European Stroke Organization
  • Member of International Wheelchair Association
  • Member of GATE community on Assistive Technology, WHO
  • Member of IAP, India & Membership of DCPTOT
  • Founder Member of Indian Federation of Neuro Rehabilitation
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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • More then 18 years of experience in Acute and long-term Rehabilitation
  • Previously at  Apollo Hospital, New Delhi Leading the Neuro Rehab Team & Assistant Chief – Physiotherapy and Rehab
  • Honorary Advisor to Indian Head Injury Foundation (NGO)
  • Developed Rehab Center for Military hospital in Dar-e-salaam ,Tanzania, Africa
Education & Training: 
  • BPT, MPT (Neuro), C/NDT- NDTA,US HCPC- UK , CNR – Italy, ISWP-WHO, CAOM (Manipulation)
Awards Information: 
  • Developed Low cost AT Tool in collaboration with University of Sheffield, UK and IIT Delhi
  • Felicitated with significant achievement award from AIIMS, New Delhi, 2013
  • Organizing Secretary in various National and  international Conferences on Rehabilitation
Speciality Interest: 
  • Evidence based Practice in Stroke ,Head  Injury, Spinal Rehabilitation 
  • Assistive Technology in Rehab 
  • Back / Neck Pain Management 

Dr. Awadh Kishor (PT)

Dr. Awadh Kishor (PT)
Supervisor and Unit Manager – Physiotherapy & Rehab Services, Vaishali
Awadh Kishor
Memberships: 
  • Member of  Indian Association of Physiotherapists
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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • More then 10+ years of experience
  • 2006 -2007: Physiotherapist at National Medical College, Nepal
  • 20010 – 2013: Physiotherapist at Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital
  • 2013 to 2018: Sr. Physiotherapist at Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital and then at Max Vaishali
  • 2018 – till date: Supervisor and Unit Manager at Max Vaishali
Education & Training: 
  • BPT : 2006
  • MPT (Musculoskeletal) : 2009
Awards Information: 
  • Article on” Modified agility and perturbation Training in OA Knee”
  • Published in international journal
  • Long Service Award: 2015
  • Employee of the Month: PCH, 2013
Speciality Interest: 
  • Orthopedics: Joint Replacement Surgery
  • Pain Management
  • Geriatric Rehabilitation
  • Research
     

Dr. Archana Khazanchi (PT)

Dr. Archana Khazanchi (PT)
Unit Head, Department of Physiotherapy - Smart
Archana
Memberships: 
  • IAP Life Member
  • Delhi Council of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy
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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • 17 years of working in various disciplines across physiotherapy
Education & Training: 
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Awards Information: 
  • GEM award at Max@home - All hands meet event
  • Awarded Shining star at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital in clinical excellence
  • Max Smart Shining star award based on patients’ feedback
  • Judge for Poster Presentation in Neuro Connect 2 & 3
  • Scientific Committee Member in Cardio Connect 1 & Neuro Connect 3
  • Organizing Committee Member of Neuro Connect 1
  • Best Outgoing Student Award in COAHS, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal
     
Speciality Interest: 
  • Orthopedics
  • Obstetric and Gynecology
  • Cardiac sciences
  • Pulmonary rehabilitation
  • Nephrology
     
Duration Of OPD: 

   Max Smart Super Specialty Hospital, Saket.

  • Mon - Sat :- 9:00 AM TO 5:30 PM

Dr. Sumit Kalra (PT)

Dr. Sumit Kalra (PT)
Unit Head Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Medicine, Patparganj
Sumit Kalra (PT)
Memberships: 
  • Indian Association of Physiotherapists
  • Delhi Council for Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy
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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • More than 14 years in academic and clinicals.
Education & Training: 
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy
  • Master of Physiotherapy
  • Phd (Pursuing)
Awards Information: 
  • Physio excellence award in Neuraxis 2018 (An international award)
  • More than 80 publications in International & National journal
  • Presented paper in various national and international conferences
     
Speciality Interest: 
  • Treating patients with Musculoskeletal Conditions, Oncology

Dr. Rohit Chawla (PT)

Dr. Rohit Chawla (PT)
Unit Head Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation, Saket
Rohit Chawla (PT)
Memberships: 
  • Member of Delhi Council for Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy (Reg No.884)
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PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY

Work Experience: 
  • More than 10 years of experience in high end Multidisciplinary Physiotherapy team & Rehabilitation Department
  • Max Healthcare (May 2016 to till date)
  • Certified User for Robotic Gait Trainer- Reha Technology (Aug 2016  to till date)
  • Indraprastha Apollo Hospital (May 2008 to May 2016)
     
Education & Training: 
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (2008)
  • Post Graduate Certification in Diabetes Education (2011)
     
Awards Information: 
  • Awarded as Value Star Award in Max Healthcare in January 2019
  • Awarded  2nd prize for best poster presentation in max healthcare’s 3rd  Annual patient safety conference (2019)
  • Member of Scientific committee - Third Annual  Physiotherapy Conference Neuroconnect3 (2019)
  • Awarded 1st prize for best poster presentation in max healthcare’s 2nd  Annual patient safety conference (2018)
  • 3 Publications in National Journals (2018)
  • Awarded Max Healthcare’s Gem Award for outstanding and exemplary performance in the field of medical support excellence (2016)
  • Awarded Star Employee 4 times in previous organisation at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals (2008 to 2016)
  • Meritorious student at BCIP College Indraprastha University (Delhi) in Bachelor of Physiotherapy examination (2004-2008)
Speciality Interest: 
  • Orthopedic Rehabilitation & Pain Management
  • Oncology Rehabilitation for conservative and surgical conditions
  • Robotic Gait Training in various neurological conditions
  • Ergonomics and posture correction

YOGA AND PHYSIOTHERAPY IN PREGNANCY CAN HELP YOU COPE WITH BODILY CHANGES

July 21, 2018 0 84 3 minutes, 57 seconds read

Yoga and Physiotherapy are forms of exercise that help us in maintaining physical and mental health of our body. During pregnancy following yoga asana and physiotherapy exercises plays an important role in helping the mother to cope with the stresses accompanying pregnancy and also helps in better development of the baby inside her womb. According to a study, pregnant women who performed yoga were found to be less likely to deliver a premature or low-weight baby.

 
Benefits of doing Yoga and Physiotherapy during pregnancy:

  • Increased flexibility and muscle strength

Yoga and Physiotherapy for pregnant women provide specific exercises that can help with stretching, flexibility and building up muscle strength. It’s recommended that strength building for pregnant women includes all the major muscle groups. Asans like Tadasana and Virbhadrasasna help to stretch the spine and thus impart flexibility.

  • Better mental health

Both yoga and Physiotherapy use focused breathing and mindfulness, which have been shown to improve mental health by reducing stress, decreasing symptoms of anxiety and depression, improving mood and promoting relaxation. These exercises also increase oxygen supply to the developing fetus thus making a healthier baby. The yogic exercises and techniques help in calming the perturbed mind and impart a soothing effect.  Relaxation methods which include meditation and visual imagery help in detaching yourself from the world for a while and helps in experiencing extreme bliss.

  • Reduced back pain

Yoga may also reduce lower back pain, depending on the type of pain you have. Some yoga poses stretch and strengthen the muscles and tissues associated with the lower back, hips, and hamstrings. A relaxed body aids in proper digestion and helps in developing the immune system.  If you have back pain, it’s best to check with your physiotherapist or doctor and let them guide you for the same. Performing Marjariasana Or Cat and Camel exercise is very safe during pregnancy and helps in relieving back pain to major extent.

  • Helps in developing stamina and strength

These exercises strengthen the core muscles of abdomen and pelvic region. This proves to be very beneficial to the pregnant women during the process of labor. Moreover the breathing exercises enhance their stamina which is an essential requirement for easy labor. Strengthening exercises for the knees , upper back and shoulders is a must as weakness in these areas can persist later on. Exercises with weights as less as half kg can be initiated. Light aerobics under supervison of a trained professional can also play an important role in building stamina and strength.

  • Connect with your baby growing inside

Most of the women often tend to neglect their personal care during pregnancy; yoga exercises can provide you that much needed time to look after yourself. In the hustle and bustle of life, yoga calms and relaxes your mind, and you can focus on the little things that are happening inside of you. Yoga keeps your strengthens the mother-baby bonding by cutting down your physical fatigue. It makes your pregnancy a lifetime experience-both enjoyable and memorable

  • Increases chances of natural child birth

The likelihood of having normal childbirth is increased by practicing yoga during pregnancy. The muscles of the abdomen particularly the lower abdomen and pelvis are toned and strengthened by yogic exercises. Expectant women practicing yoga are less likely to have low birth weight children as compared to those not doing any yoga exercises. Yoga also helps to reduce labor anxiety and and improves physical comfort. Wall supported squats and butterfly stretches help in preparing for labor

  • Stronger pelvic floor

Physiotherapy classes especially designed for pregnancy often include pelvic floor exercises.  Kegel’S exercises help to strengthen and tone the muscles supporting your pelvic floor, which can stop accidental leakage of urine during pregnancy or after your baby is born.

  • Keeps you active

Yoga can also help you break the lethargy and fatigue commonly seen during pregnancy. ‘Feel happy hormones’ are released in blood circulation that is responsible for generating a feeling of wellbeing- result is the development of felling of happiness and exuberance in expectant mothers. Practice yoga and stay away from pregnancy associated blues!

  • Aids in digestion

As the baby grows inside, your body’s digestive tract takes a hit and the organs fight for space. This makes your digestive system lose its regularity and causes indigestion, constipation, bloating and gas. Yoga exercises in the form of forward folds can help regularize the digestion to a great extent and enhance the digestive flow

  • Reduces pain during child birth

The breathing exercises are very helpful in reducing pain experienced during pregnancy. Because yoga induces conscious breathing, while in labour, you will be able to regulate your heart rate and blood pressure. This will lead to an increased control over pain, and delivery will be easier.

 

 

 

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