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Dr. Rajveer Singh(pt)

Physiotherapist19 Years Exp.
BPTh/BPT, Fellowship in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (FOR), MBA (Healthcare)
₹ 800 at clinic
500 online
Coccydynia / Tailbone Pain Specialist , Vasant Kunj , Delhi
Recently consulted for:Back Pain, Lower Back Pain, Knee Pain
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 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Raksha Srinivasan

Physiotherapist18 Years Exp.
BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT
₹ 500 at clinic
400 online
Rapid Recovery Physio , Bannerghatta , Bangalore
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 09:30 AM - 08:30 PM, MON
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Reliva Physiotherapy & Rehab

Physiotherapist
₹ 500 at clinic
300 online
ReLiva Physiotherapy Clinic- Mehdipatnam , Hyderabad
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 09:00 AM - 09:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Sandeep Dhar

Physiotherapist16 Years Exp.
MSPT (Master of Physical Therapy), BPTh/BPT
₹ 750 at clinic
500 online
ColumbiaAsia - Whitefield , Whitefield , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Sciatica, Sensory Integration Therapy
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 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Sumanjit Sharma

Physiotherapist16 Years Exp.
MPTh/MPT
₹ 400 at clinic
150 online
Stride Rehab Care , JP Nagar , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Kegel Exercise, Articular Degenerative Disease Treatment, Heat Therapy
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 07:30 PM - 10:30 PM,09:30 AM - 01:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Kamalika Bhattacharya

Physiotherapist26 Years Exp.
MSc in Orhopedic Physiotherapy (UK), BPTh/BPT
₹ 400 at clinic
400 online
Nurture Multispeciality Clinic , Panathur , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Arthritis and Pain Management, Arthritis, Physiotherapy
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 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM, MON
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Dr. Dhanajeyan Jayavel

Physiotherapist25 Years Exp.
MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, Certificate Course in Sports Taping, Certificate course in...read more
₹ 500 at clinic
99 online
Spectrum Physio Centre , Langford Town , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Rehabilitation Cardio-Pulmonary, Neurological Problems, Physiotherapy
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 05:00 PM - 08:00 PM, MON, WED
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Dr. Gautham Sridhar

Physiotherapist15 Years Exp.
MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy
₹ 500 at clinic
700 online
GALEN , Domlur , Bangalore
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 01:00 PM - 08:00 AM, MON
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Dr. Syeda Mubashira (P.T)

Physiotherapist22 Years Exp.
PG Diploma In Sports Medcine, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Bangalore, BPTh/BPT
₹ 750 at clinic
600 online
Trinity Diagnostic & Imagine Research Center , JP Nagar , Bangalore
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 08:00 AM - 08:00 PM, MON
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Dr. Senthil P

Physiotherapist25 Years Exp.
MPT-ORTHOPAEDIC&SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY, MD.AM, D.ACU.,, BPT
₹ 450 at clinic
50 online
J.P NAGAR MEDICAL AND PHYSIOTHERAPY CENTRE , JP Nagar , Bangalore
Recently consulted for:Physiotherapy, Back Pain Treatment, Back Pain
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 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM,09:00 AM - 01:00 PM, MON
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Best Physiotherapists in Bangalore

Doctor's NameClinic FeesLybrate Ratings
Rajveer Singh(pt)₹ 80088
Raksha Srinivasan₹ 50089
Reliva Physiotherapy & Rehab₹ 50090
Sandeep Dhar₹ 75087
Sumanjit Sharma₹ 400NA
Kamalika Bhattacharya₹ 40092
Dhanajeyan Jayavel₹ 50088
Gautham Sridhar₹ 50088
Syeda Mubashira (P.T)₹ 75089
Senthil P₹ 450NA

Physiotherapists in Bangalore

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is a physiotherapist?

A physiotherapist may have been recommended by your doctor if you've ever experienced an illness or injury that affected your mobility or ability to perform daily tasks. Physiotherapists, also known as physical therapists, assist patients in controlling their pain, mobility, and motor function. A physiotherapist will work with most people at some point in their lives. A referral to one might have been made for you following a car accident, surgery, or to treat low back pain. Patients with a variety of conditions or restrictions are treated by them.

What are the qualifications of a Physiotherapist ?

It takes extensive education and training to become a licensed physiotherapist. Prior to doing so, they must complete a doctor of physical therapy (DPT) program from a physical therapist education program that has been accredited (approved) by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education.

  • After that, they must succeed on the state exam to be granted a license.
  • For the most part, DPT programs last three years or less. Courses in biology, physiology, anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, neuroscience, behavioral sciences, and other topics may be part of the curriculum.
  • 20% of the training is clinical education, with the remaining 80% taking place in the classroom and lab.

What does a Physiotherapist do?

Physiotherapists work with patients to develop specialized programs in an effort to help them regain their functional ability and range of motion to the greatest extent possible. They have received training to help patients whose function and movement are hampered by:

  • Disease
  • Health conditions
  • Injury
  • Environmental factors
  • Aging
  • Disorders
  • Weight issues

What diseases do physiotherapists treat?

An extensive range of diseases and injuries can be treated by a physiotherapist. Some examples include:

  • Orthopedic: low back pain, sciatica, foot conditions, arthritis, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, knee conditions, etc.
  • Neurological: Cerebral palsy, stroke, concussion, multiple sclerosis, neuropathy (nerve damage), vertigo (feeling dizzy/off balance), etc.
  • Autoimmune: Raynaud's syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia
  • Guillain-Barre syndrome
  • Chronic diseases: high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, asthma, etc.
  • General wellness

They might go to the patient's home instead of working in a hospital, nursing home, clinic, or rehabilitation center. They frequently collaborate with doctors, giving them feedback on a patient's development and any problems they observe.

Common problems you should see the Physiotherapist for

  • Pain that is persistent
  • Absence of balance
  • Sitting at your desk and feeling pain
  • Unable to move around easily
  • Urine production is out of control
  • Neurological problems
  • The effects of prescribed drugs are not what they should be
  • If surgery is an additional option

For which symptoms should one consult a physiotherapist?

  • Illness: Following a protracted illness or during or after an illness that affects one's motor skills, balance, or mobility.
  • Chronic illness: Some chronic illnesses, like diabetes, can affect a person's mobility and balance.
  • Following surgery: Moving around after surgery is crucial to the recovery process. Physiotherapy can assist the patient in regaining use of or finding a way to compensate for an affected body part, such as a hand, foot, or back.
  • Injury: Physiotherapy is frequently used to treat injuries that cause a patient a great deal of pain or make it difficult for them to move.
  • Aging: As people get older, their bodies go through changes that affect how well they move and function. Physical therapy can show them coping mechanisms or assist them in regaining some of that function.
  • Major health emergency: Heart attack, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and other health emergencies can leave a person with significant difficulties in carrying out daily tasks.
  • Improved physical performance: Athletes, or even patients, who want to perform better in their fitness endeavors, may turn to physiotherapy to learn strategies for maximizing the body's performance potential.

When should I go to the Physiotherapist ?

If you have an injury or chronic pain that interferes with your daily activities, you might want to consider receiving physiotherapy. After a procedure like a hip replacement or an incident like a heart attack or stroke, your doctor might recommend physiotherapy.

Do physiotherapists provide home consultations?

Mobile physiotherapists provide home visit consultations rather than working in conventional, "brick and mortar" clinic settings.

How much does it cost to see a physiotherapist in Bangalore?

In Bangalore, physiotherapy sessions start at 700 rupees each.

Can a Physiotherapist perform surgeries?

Physiotherapists cannot specifically perform surgeries; instead, their focus is on preoperative and postoperative care in order to restore normal bodily motion. To perform an invasive practice of surgery, only a licensed surgeon is permitted.

How do I find a physiotherapist in Bangalore?

Lybrate (www.lybrate.com) can help you locate the best Physiotherapist. By contacting Lybrate, you can select from a number of the top medical professionals in the Bangalore region.

How to choose a physiotherapist in Bangalore

Here are four things to consider when choosing a physiotherapist.

  1. Qualification
  2. Competence
  3. Treatment Techniques
  4. Reputation