Have you tried physiotherapy yet?
Each exercise programme designed by Dr Jasleen Sharma is tailored to the unique needs of every patient who consults her.
Exercise helps to:
- Prevent impairment
- Improve physical function
- Prevent or reduce health-related risks
- Optimize overall health
Who can consult a physiotherapist?
- Individuals with pain or functional impairment can receive physiotherapy to improve bodily functions and reduce disability
- Individuals without any dysfunction receive physio to improve their overall health and wellness, and to prevent impairments
- Pregnant women can learn how to correctly perform Kegel exercises, which will help strengthen the pelvic floor in preparation for childbirth
So what are the different kinds of physiotherapy you can try?
Improves the body's ability to align against gravity without falling
Improves timing and sequencing of muscle contraction. Helps in achieving smooth and accurate movement
Improves ability to perform low intensity, total body movements (walking / cycling / swimming) over an extended period of time. They help in improving cardiac and lung fitness (cardiopulmonary endurance)
Improves the ability to move joints / muscles in order to allow a range of functions. Includes stretching exercises
Improves the capacity of the muscles to produce tension and to do physical work. Includes relaxation techniques and breathing exercises
Dr Jasleen Kalra Sharma is a Consultant Physiotherapist practising in Dehradun for the past nine years.
With a Masters's degree in Sports Physiotherapy and Hospital Administration, she has treated over 20,000 patients. She has been actively engaged in organizing free health camps to spread physiotherapy awareness, especially among women, as the majority of them need treatment for arthritis and osteoporosis.
Dr Kalra practices the Mulligans Concept, Cupping Therapy, Dry Needling, and many other holistic healing practices. She believes that each individual is different and needs a different approach to treatment based upon their physical and mental state. As a medical practitioner, she says that her core strength is empathy and enthusiasm, which helps her to relate to her patients.
Being an independent medical entrepreneur and as a woman who has faced her fair share of personal challenges, Dr Kalra believes that her strong sense of self-empowerment is reflected in her treatment and transmitted to her patients.
She has been honoured with numerous awards for her tireless services, such as the Pratham Shri Naari Samman Samaroh, the Tejaswini Award, and the Page 3 Award.View Details
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