About

GB School of neuro Rehab and aquatic therapy is one step Speciality center for all the needs of patients suffering for neurological diseases.

Gajanan Bhalerao’s School of neuro rehab is Pune’s single most largest specialised Neuro rehabilitation center for stroke, brain and spinal cord injury rehabilitation, equipped with advance therapeutic devices and highly trained staff who provide tailor-made rehabilitation program with goal of achieving highest functional potential based on subjects needs and occupation. GB school is a rehabilitation institution designed to provide learning spaces and learning environments for the treatment of patients with neurological disorders to teaching training them for life activities under the direction of teachers . We have highly trained and skillful physiotherapist offering holistic care and problem solving in a team to attain your desired goal and make you functionally independent.

Vision

At School of neuro rehab , we promote the dignity and self-worth of all of our neuro patients, and strive to give them excellent quality of life, as defined by the caregivers and patients need, individually and as a group. To that end, we encourage patients and care givers along with rehab team to take group decision for goal setting for rehab, self-determination in activities, socialization and be a active /productive member of family and society. School of neuro rehab is not just the rehab center, but home of life activities specific training (LAST concept) school of neuro patients and education for all passionate therapist in neuro rehab.

GB School was developed for providing Intensive training for neuro rehabilitation by experts in neuro Rehab and using advance technologies to provide fast recovery of functional activities.

Here we focus on Intensive training with following focus…

1. High intensity- high load training to improve Strengthening

2. High repetitions – each Patient does 50- repetition for each exercises ( with multiple breaks). Evidence shows 10000 repetition need to learn new movement.

3. High frequency- 6 days week.

4. High opportunities to practice at home – more practice at home.

5. Exercise designing focus with interesting, engaging and enjoyable activities.

Timeline Story of GB School

Started company in June 2017, Opened 6 clinics in first 6 months

Year Clinic status
June 2017JM road Pune clinicShifted
Aug 2017Kondhawa Pune clinicClosed
Sep 2017Pimpri Chinchwad clinic Closed
Oct 2017Nashik clinic Closed
Nov 2017Malad Mumbai clinic Closed
Dec 2017Indor Madhya pradesh clinic Closed
Oct 2018JM clinic shifted to Deccan area 3BHK areaShifted
March 2020Deccan clinic shifted to Model colony Shivajinagar, Pune 5000sq ft bungalow.Open

What People Say

GB school is second home for patient’s. First day I visit clinic along with 4 people’s support and today I am walking independently. Very healthy climate, where patients wants to spend whole day in exercises, all the staff and therapist provide too much support not only for therapy but there is some kind of emotional support. THANK YOU SO MUCH ❤️

Swati Jadhav, Paraplegic

I consulted dr Gajanan for my father who suffered spinal cord injury…sir is extremely knowledgeable…he guided me very well on how to take care of my bedridden father…his advice proved to be very effective…Sir is approachable anytime u need help…willl definitely recommend others.

Anjali Korade, Daughter of stroke patient

I am very thankfull to G B school for everything. Thank you so much Bhalerao sir. He has taught me many things not only about how to deal with patients, how a physiotherapist should be. I have also learned about how a person should be in real life. All the team members are so cooperative with patients they make patient feel like a family. Patients see results of treatment within few days and treatment given here is so effective.Thankyou so much G B school for everything you have taught me and its really a great pleasure to be a part of this team and working with you guys.😄

Twinkle Kudrani, Observer physio

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