The Physical Therapy Clinic is a free standing, contemporary outpatient physiotherapy practice. The mission of this organisation is alleviation of pain, disability and impairment through therapy. It is our endeavour to achieve success in this mission of ours through professional care based on the principles of evidence based practice.
Our motto is - "healing through touch"
The Physical Therapy Clinic is managed by, Dr. Bela Sethi (PT), a renowned physiotherapist who has over 40 years of clinical experience in the Delhi NCR region providing quality physiotherapy services to clients with a wide variety of problems. It has two locations – one in Chimes, Gurgaon and the other in South Extension, Part II, New Delhi. It celebrated its twentieth anniversary this past August. Currently, the clinic employs 19 staff members out of which 12 are qualified Physiotherapists, who are are members of the Indian Association of Physiotherapists. All therapists have graduated from recognised professional programs and some have post-graduate degrees. Several of the therapists have earned specialisations in therapeutic techniques such as manual therapy, movement based analyses and therapies, etc. As the field of health sciences is continuously evolving, our therapists, on an on-going basis update their knowledge base by participating in periodic continuing medical education (CME) in the field of medicine and rehabilitation sciences. This is vital to the practice of Evidence Based Practice.
The clinic has an extensive assessment and documentation system that was instituted twenty (20) years back, which is unique to the clinical care of patients in this geographical region. Furthermore, in an attempt to provide safe and effective quality-care to our patients we equip our facilities with the latest, world-class equipment and machinery.
Some of the equipment that the clinic has is as follows:
The clinic specialises in patients with a wide variety of sports, orthopaedic, neurological disorders. The scope of practice extends from common disorders such as neck and back pain, post fracture and surgical rehabilitation, tendonitis, ligament and muscle injuries to less common but more complex problems that arise as a result of pathologies such as arthiritis, strokes, parkinson's disease, peripheral neuropathies, multiple sclerosis, guillain-barre syndrome, total hip and knee replacements etc.
The clinic also specialises in sport injuries – both acute as well as chronic. It has successfully treated a number of international, national, state, city and recreational level sport persons who have participated in a wide variety of sports – including golf, field atheletics, weight lifting, badminton, swimming, horse riding, tennis, etc.
In rehabilitating patients, both children as well as adults with neurological deficits, the clinic's approach is based upon a task-oriented approach. This approach is particularly effective as it allows for the incorporation of the principles of motor learning. Moreover this approach anchors the rehabilitation effort in functionally oriented tasks that are relevant to the patient's day-to-day activities.