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Comments / Suggestions on the Draft Bill for the Haryana State Council for Physiotherapy uploaded on DGMER website

To, The Director Medical Education & Research Haryana SCO No. 7, Sec. 16, Panchkula Subject: Comments / Suggestions on the Draft Bill…

Physiotherapy Services

bTherapeutic exercises refers to a wide range of physical activities that focuses on restoring and maintaining strength, endurance, flexibility, stability, and balance. The goal of therapeutic exercises is to return an injured patient to a fully functioning, pain-free state.

indexElectrotherapy is the use of electrical energy as a medical treatment. In medicine, the term electrotherapy can apply to a variety of treatments, including the use of electrical devices such as deep brain stimulators for neurological disease.

4Manipulative therapy also was initially the mainstay of the two leading alternative health care systems, osteopathy and chiropractic, both founded in the latter part of the 19th century in response to shortcomings in allopathic medicine.

indexHydrotherapy Physiotherapy (also known as Aquatic Therapy) is exercises in water. The unique properties of water can improve movement of stiff or swollen joints, provide relaxation, strengthen weak muscles and alleviate aches and pains.

imagesMassage therapists treat clients by using touch to manipulate the soft-tissue muscles of the body. With their touch, therapists relieve pain, help rehabilitate injuries, improve circulation, relieve stress, increase relaxation, and aid in the general wellness of clients.

indexThe musculoskeletal system of the human body is a very finely tuned piece of mechanical engineering – similar to the engine of a car! Every structure has its set place and function and for normal movement all of these structures have to work perfectly together.

If one of these structures, typically the muscle, is over used then an imbalance between the structures will follow and this can lead to injury and pain, from the high performance athlete to the sedentary office worker.

The correct spinal alignment, pelvic and shoulder girdle stability is essential in allowing the body to cope with gravitational and other internal/external forces and the muscles to work in balance. From the base of the skull down to the pelvis the spine should form a gentle S shape, however in the modern world of “desk jobs”, computer and phone use and long distance travel, most people spend long periods of their day sitting in poor postures.

This changes the mobility of joints and effects the length, strength and timing of muscles and will eventually cause decreased movement, inflammation and pain.

It is essential therefore to ensure that you work to maintain a good posture.

Here are a few hints to ensure that you do this!

  1. When standing, try to “tuck in” your bottom and gently tighten your abdominal muscles.
  2. Do not stand with one hip out i.e., have your weight evenly distributed between your two feet.
  3. Avoid low seats and seats that tip you backwards, try to always sit in an upright chair that supports your back.
  4. Avoid being in one position for longer than 20 minutes.
  5. Try not to cross your legs when sitting.
  6. Ensure that computer, keyboard and mouse are in the right position and right height. If you spend long periods at your desk you should have an ergonomic assessment.
  7. Don’t drive for long periods without a break.
  8. Try to do 30 minutes of walking, cycling or swimming a day.

At Physio for All we can carry out an assessment of your posture/alignment and muscle function even if you don’t have pain, to ensure that you have a healthy body.

Meet our Team

This is our medical physiotherapy team

Dr. R.K. Mudgil (PT)


Dr. Amit Vats (PT)


Dr. Manish Verma (PT)


Dr. Anjali Mehra (PT)

Vice President

It is a pleasure to extend warm greetings to the Executive Committee of HCAP and to wish you well for the Physioharcon-2016. The theme of Recent trends in field of Physiotherapy sounds exciting & the recent concepts are certainly important.
Dr. Savita Mandhar – DGMER Haryana
Physiotherapy is the branch of health science which deals with the study of movement and the processes to facilitate and restore one’s ability to move. It is the matter of great pleasure that HCAP is going to organize Physioharcon-2016
Anil Vij – Health Minister Haryana
Haryana Chartered Association of Physiotherapist is playing a vital role in safeguarding the interests of its members and improving their work conditions. It is also coordinating the physiotherapists of the State.
Manohar Lal – Chief Minister Haryana

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