I graduated with a Physiotherapy degree in India in 2002 and then acquired an M.Sc. in Sports and Health Sciences from the University of Exeter in the UK in 2006. As a Registered Physiotherapist with the Council of Professions Allied with Medicine in the Cayman Islands and with the Health and Care Professions Council in the UK, I bring over 14 years of experience in excellent patient care. I specialize in Neurological, Musculoskeletal, Geriatric, and Sports Injury related physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
I believe that adopting a patient-centric approach; to address and overcome illnesses and injuries that cause pain, discomfort and restrict movements in activities of daily living is the most effective way to achieve the best therapeutic solutions. I have had the opportunity to work with National level athletes and clubs in events such as swimming, track and field, and cricket to provide solutions for their injuries and return to sports. This has helped to widen my professional experience and offered me great insights into the different facets of this profession.
I am very passionate about Physiotherapy and realize the opportunity the profession provides in working with people from diverse backgrounds with various challenges. It is very important that I effectively communicate the plan of care to each patient, their family, and caregivers, enabling them to be active participants in the process of recovery.
My commitment to learning and assimilation of knowledge on an ongoing basis will help me leverage the latest information and tools available for my patients, thereby delivering the ultimate patient experience.