Dr. Pooja Pandey Tripathi
Founder of "Arogya Physiotherapy"
10.30 am to 2.00 pm
4.00 pm to 6.00 pm
Dr. Pooja comes with multifarious experience in handling a varied number of cases in physiotherapy. She was the Head of the Department of Physiotherapy at St.Joseph Niwas from August 2006 to October 2008 and has rehabilitated many physically and mentally disabled kids. She has a keen interest in exercise therapy and has been practising and teaching yoga and aerobics since 2004.
She is also certified in "mulligan and maitland techniques" by FIMT and practises them often and uses it in her clinical practice.
She is the founder of "Arogya Physiotherapy" since May 2009 earlier located at Jayanagar and now shifted to Magnus Diagnostic Centre, Bannerghatta Road. She is also an expert in women's fitness and conducts prenatal, postnatal and Zumba classes in Sakhi Hospital on regular basis. Apart from this, she is also a consultant at Sagar Hospital, Konankunte cross and Sai polyclinic, Hulimavu. She has recently started a youtube channel called arogya physio tips for promoting health and fitness.
Dr. Pooja is a trained Zumba instructor who has customised her classes on pilates and Bollywood themes which she calls wolly. She is a motivational speaker at various schools and colleges like NMIS, DPS, Kumarans, JAIN college, BGS etc.
She has also taken a talk on posture and ergonomics in many corporates, schools and colleges. She has also been a speaker and resource person at various physiotherapy conferences all over India.
In addition to the above, She is also a KIASTM Practitioner, Taping and Dry Needling.
Programmes which are provided by her regularly are:
- Women’s fitness and basic classes for postnatal, Pcod and unknown infertility cases.
- Ergonomics for the corporate employees
- Sessions on exercises can be performed daily to keep the spine intact. (postural correction exercise)
- Fitness and nutrition workshop.
- Postural workshop for kids and teachers in various schools
- Wolly workshops
- How to avoid injuries?
- 30 days Fitness Program.
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