GB School of neuro rehab aiming to make neuro rehab simple starts “Neuro rehab Education series 2018”


Do you think understanding neuro is difficult? Do you think practising neuro rehab is more complicated and tiring? DO you think it takes long time to show recovery in neurological cases? Most of the student’s feel that neuro rehab is very difficult to understand because we can’t imagine and understand how neuro Physiology work? HowContinue reading “GB School of neuro rehab aiming to make neuro rehab simple starts “Neuro rehab Education series 2018””

Why Aquatic therapy? What is the benefit? Who can Benefit from it?


Article by: Dr. Gajanan Bhalerao (PT) MPT neuro PT , C/NDT (USA), Aquatic therapy (Kliniken Valens Switzerland) Physical Therapy is a constantly evolving field. There are many types and methods are adding as adjunct traditional physical therapy. Most of these therapies are performed on the land. There are multiple forces are always acting on ourContinue reading “Why Aquatic therapy? What is the benefit? Who can Benefit from it?”

To do or not to do workshops in physiotherapy?


  To do or not to do workshops in physiotherapy? I have been asked this question by many students and physiotherapists. Answer is yes, you need to do the workshops. It helps in developing  your therapeutic skills. Workshops enhance the development of physiotherapy as a profession and producing  more and more skillful therapists. But myContinue reading “To do or not to do workshops in physiotherapy?”

Workshop on ” Neuro therapeutic approaches in neuro rehabilitation : part I- Proprioceptive neuro Muscular facilitation” on 13th Sept 2014 ​


On the occasion of word physiotherapy Day on  in month of September Sancheti Institute College of physiotherapy, Sancheti healthcare academy   ​organizing​ a one  days work shop on​ Neuro therapeutic approaches in  neuro   rehabilitation : Part I-  Proprioceptive neuro Muscular facilitation Date :- 13th Sept 2014 Contact hours – 8hrs Eligibility – Clinical Therapist, Post Graduate, 3rd & 4thContinue reading “Workshop on ” Neuro therapeutic approaches in neuro rehabilitation : part I- Proprioceptive neuro Muscular facilitation” on 13th Sept 2014 ​”

Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation workshop in Sancheti Institute college of Physiotherapy, Pune, August 2014


Sancheti institute College Of Physiotherapy organized a workshop on SPINAL-CORD INJURY REHABILITATION  on 2nd August 2014 for final year BPTh students of  Sancheti institute College Of Physiotherapy . Course instructor was Dr. Gajanan Bhalerao (PT) MPTH Neuro, Associate professor, Sancheti College of Physiotherapy & HOD Physiotherapy and   Rehabilitation Sancheti Hospital, Pune. Earlier We used to teach thisContinue reading “Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation workshop in Sancheti Institute college of Physiotherapy, Pune, August 2014”

Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation workshop organized by Indian Association of Physiotherapist Pune Branch and Sancheti Institute college of Physiotherapy, Pune


Indian Association Of Physiotherapy Pune Branch & Sancheti institute College Of Physiotherapy organized a workshop on SPINAL-CORD INJURY REHABILITATION  on 27th and 28st October  2012 . Course instructor was Dr. Gajanan Bhalerao (PT) MPTH Neuro, Associate professor, Sancheti College of Physiotherapy & Inchargeof Department of Neuro and Spine Rehabilitation Sancheti Hospital, Pune. In this courseContinue reading “Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation workshop organized by Indian Association of Physiotherapist Pune Branch and Sancheti Institute college of Physiotherapy, Pune”

HOW TO DO WALKING TRAINING WITH WALKER IN PATIENTS WITH ASIS TYPE C QUADRIPLEGIA WHO DO NOT HAVE HAND CONTROL TO HOLD THE WALKER DUE TO LMN LESION AT C7, C8 & T1.


Quadriplegic patients who have LMN lesion at C7, C8 & T1 do not have hand control and are unable to hold the walker.  In spite of improvement in lower limb and trunk strength these patients are unable to walk with walker because they can’t hold the walker. So what is the solution? The solution isContinue reading “HOW TO DO WALKING TRAINING WITH WALKER IN PATIENTS WITH ASIS TYPE C QUADRIPLEGIA WHO DO NOT HAVE HAND CONTROL TO HOLD THE WALKER DUE TO LMN LESION AT C7, C8 & T1.”

How to do ambulation training with KAFO in patient of spinal cord who got complication with accidental burn on thigh region?


Mr. Shah had D12 compression fracture, spinal cord compression with ASIA type B with neurological level of injury D12 & fracture upper end humerus. After one and half month of ambulation training he could walk with walker with moderate assistance for balance during dynamic activity of walking and assistance for stepping leg forward.  He wasContinue reading “How to do ambulation training with KAFO in patient of spinal cord who got complication with accidental burn on thigh region?”