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Dr. Manas B.


Consultant Physiotherapist

The treatment of disease, injury, or deformity by physical methods such as electrotherapy and exercise therapy rather than by drugs or surgery.

Physiotherapists are qualified health professionals who work in partnership with their patients to help people get better and stay well.

Physiotherapists also work closely with the doctors and other health clinicians to plan and manage treatment. Doctors also refer patients to the physiotherapists.

Using advanced techniques and evidence-based care, physiotherapists assess, diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions and movement disorders. Physiotherapy helps repair damage, reduce stiffness and pain, increase mobility and improve quality of life.

Physiotherapy extends from health promotion to injury prevention, acute care, rehabilitation, maintenance of functional mobility, chronic disease management, patient and carer education and occupational health.

Dr. Manas B.

Consulting Timings :

  •     10:00 am To 2.00 pm
  •     6:00 pm To 8.00 pm

Common reasons people seek help

All people can benefit from physiotherapy at some point in their lives. While it is well-known that physiotherapists treat injuries, increasing numbers of people are coming to physiotherapists when they want to take control of their health and stay well. Some of the needs physiotherapists address include :

  • Supporting older people : – uses evidence-based care to promote healthy and active ageing among older people Physiotherapists help manage or prevent the effects of conditions or risks such as osteoporosis, incontinence and falls.
  • Musculoskeletal : – prevents and treats clients with musculoskeletal conditions such as neck and back pain. Techniques include addressing underlying problems, preventing strain and injury, and prescribing exercises and other interventions to promote mobility.
  • Neurology : – promotes movement and quality of life in patients who have had severe brain or spinal cord damage from trauma, or who suffer from neurological diseases such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, neuropathies etc.
  • Orthopaedic : – helps patients prevent or manage acute or chronic orthopaedic conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, post fracture stiffness, frozen shoulder etc. Physiotherapists also help patients prepare for or rehabilitate from orthopaedic surgery.
  • Occupational health : – supports the health and wellbeing of workers, reduces safety risks in the workplace, prevents and manages injuries and diseases, and support workers in returning to work.
  • Paediatric (supporting infants and children) : – aims to support a child’s developmental issues such as addressing milestone delays with sitting and walking, clumsiness, or hyperactivity.
  • Pain : – manages or prevents pain and its impact on function in patients using a psychologically informed and interdisciplinary approach. Physiotherapists work on pain management at the acute stage of an injury or condition, including through identifying psychosocial risk factors that may lead to chronicity.
  • Sports : – prevents, diagnoses and treats musculoskeletal and sporting injuries among all types of people.