Please tell our readers in brief about your journey in physiotherapy- I completed my Bachelors in Physiotherapy from Sancheti College of Physiotherapy, Pune under MUHS Nashik in 2011. I worked for a short while in Nanavati Hospital before setting up my Private Practice in Thane. I was working independently for 2 years. I was happy to be working on my own as I was challenging myself every day. But the interest towards Sports lead me to taking up extra courses like ALS-BLS certifications, Kinesio Taping, Maitland- Mulligan Mobilizations, Dry Needling etc. In 2014, I completed my MSC Sports and Biomechanical Medicine from University of Dundee, Scotland. The research and curriculum at the master's level helped me polish and enhance my skills as a Sports Physiotherapist.
How did you get interested in Sports Physiotherapy?- During my Bachelor`s, I was posted in Balewadi Sports Complex and few other sporting events which developed my interest towards Sports Physiotherapy. I also volunteered in few local tournaments to get more hands-on experience. I was fortunate enough to get clinical postings with Tennis, Rugby Football and cricket teams during my Masters at University of Dundee.
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