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Dr.Dev AnandRamanathan - Physiotherapist, Chennai

Dr. Dev Anand Ramanathan

92 (124 ratings)
BPT, MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, Doctor Of Physical Therapy (DPT)

Physiotherapist, Chennai

19 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic  ·  ₹200 online
Dr. Dev Anand Ramanathan 92% (124 ratings) BPT, MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, Doctor Of Physical T... Physiotherapist, Chennai
19 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic  ·  ₹200 online
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I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health, so they could take appropriate decisions about health care. At ToNormo we empower the clients to be independent......more
I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health, so they could take appropriate decisions about health care. At ToNormo we empower the clients to be independent and follow patient-centered approach.
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Dr. Dev Anand Ramanathan has been practicing physiotherapy for the last 18 years. Having completed Masters in Physiotherapy (Orthopedic & Manual Therapy) from Manipal University, Dr. Dev had worked in academics in Saveetha College of Physiotherapy, Chennai & then at Hosmat Hospital Educational Institute. Dr. Dev moved abroad to the USA & worked with Steward Home Care / Accentcare in Massachusetts for 7 years and also completed Doctor Of Physical Therapy (DPT). His passion for the country, and desire to help the community had guided his dream to return back to India. ToNormo Physiotherapy Center now offers advanced physiotherapy practice in Chennai and is also glad to offer services online to clients. Special interests include spinal pain and dysfunctions; chronic pain management; ankle & foot disorders.

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Physiotherapist

Education

BPT - The Tamilnadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University - 2003
MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy - Manipal University - 2006
Doctor Of Physical Therapy (DPT) - Arcadia University - 2021

Past Experience

Lecturer at Saveetha College of Physiotherapy
Associate Professor & Research Co-ordinator at HOSMAT Hospital Educational Institute
Joint Director & Consultant Physiotherapist at Tonormo Physiotherapy Clinic, Bangalore
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Physical Therapist at Steward Home Care (An Accentcare Company), Massachusetts, USA

Languages spoken

English
Hindi
Kannada
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Tamil

Awards and Recognitions

Adjunct Faculty, Department of Physiotherapy, Manipal College of Health Professions

Professional Memberships

Indian Association of Physiotherapist (L-9165)

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Tonormo Physiotherapy Center

New No. 121, Old No. 63, 2nd Floor, Ramakrishna Mutt RoadChennai
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I am a 22 years old female. I get swelling around my ankles (outwards side) whenever I walk even 6-7 k steps. If I have walk alot then swelling stays for days and it's painful every time. This has been happening since childhood. Is it something, I have to live with or it's treatable?

I am a 22 years old female. I get swelling around my ankles (outwards side) whenever I walk even 6-7 k steps. If I ha...
Regards Lybrate user. The ankle area is quite compact and skin flexibility / elasticity is fair over the area. Swelling around the ankles may occur due to trauma (ankle twist, fractures) or heart / kidney problems or lymph drainage problems or art...

My age is 25, recently fall down with bike I went to hospital doctor advised xray left leg ankle. Doctor there is no fracture in ankle said that bones coming closer there is dissolving in leg, I have no pain in legs but getting sounds mostly right leg ankle getting more sounds some times getting pain both legs is there any problem in both legs.

My age is 25, recently fall down with bike I went to hospital doctor advised xray left leg ankle. Doctor there is no ...
Regards Lybrate user. Trauma can affect various tissues in the body. X-rays predominantly show concerns with bone. Soft tissues (that means tissues other than bone that are soft to touch) are not viewed well with x-rays. When fall occurs, it may i...

I am suffering acute back pain and left leg also has pain please can you help me get rid of this pains.

I am suffering acute back pain and left leg also has pain please can you help me get rid of this pains.
Regards Lybrate user. Pain from the low back may sometimes lead to pain in the leg as well. It is termed as referred pains. It may occur due to pressure on nerve roots in the back or the coverings of the nerve roots, that may be felt as pain in th...

I am 25 year old female I have t2 hyperintense expensive lesion seen in the dorsal cord extending from d8-d12 level. The lesion appear eccentrically bulging from the right lateral aspect. Mild patchy heterogeneous nodular post contrast enhancement seen. No evidence of any cystic changes or blood products. Rest of the cord otherwise appears unremarkable.

Regards Lybrate user. The findings in t2 image of mri sequences need to be clinically correlated. The specification of hyperintense lesion, simply means there is more fluids in that area. Fluids tend to appear bright white in t2 images of mri. The...
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