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 fores are always acting on our bodyContinue reading “Why Aquatic therapy? What is the benefit? Who can Benefit from it?”

My experience of 16th Post-Bachelor Aquatic Therapy Modular Course Package in Valens (Bad Ragaz), Switzerland


My experience of aquatic therapy workshop Switzerland (follow this blog on facebook) I was inspired by the C G Prashant’s 4 days aquatic therapy course in Pune. It was his teaching and training skill made me like the workshop. After completing the workshop i was enlightened with the new idea of aquatic therapy in neuro rehab.Continue reading “My experience of 16th Post-Bachelor Aquatic Therapy Modular Course Package in Valens (Bad Ragaz), Switzerland”

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?”

Two days WORKSHOP ON”NEURO DEVELOPMENTAL TREATMENT (NDT) IN MANAGEMENT OF ADULT WITH STROKE AND BRAIN INJURY REHABILITATION” Date 17th 18th October 2015


SANCHETI HEALTHCARE ACADEMY Organizing  A Two days WORKSHOP ON “NEURO DEVELOPMENTAL TREATMENT (NDT) IN MANAGEMENT OF ADULT WITH STROKE AND BRAIN INJURY REHABILITATION”  Date 17th 18th October 2015 Venue : Sacheti healthcare academy, Thube park Shivajinagar Pune   Course instructor Dr. Gajanan Bhalerao (PT) Master of Physiotherapy (Neurosciences) Associate professor Certified Adult NDT (C/NDT) Therapist  SanchetiContinue reading “Two days WORKSHOP ON”NEURO DEVELOPMENTAL TREATMENT (NDT) IN MANAGEMENT OF ADULT WITH STROKE AND BRAIN INJURY REHABILITATION” Date 17th 18th October 2015″

Neuro therapeutic approaches in neuro rehabilitation : Workshops Details


Author of article: DR. GAJANAN BHALERAO (PT), PhD Scholor, MPTH NEURO, Certified Adult NDT therapist. HOD Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Dept in Sancheti Hospital Shivajinagar Pune Associate Professor & HOD  PT in Neuro Rehabilitation  DEPT at Sancheti Institute College of Physiotherapy, Shivajinagar Pune   We have to study all the Neuro therapeutic approaches in  Neuro rehabilitation from BPT third year class, to fourthContinue reading “Neuro therapeutic approaches in neuro rehabilitation : Workshops Details”

NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Management and Treatment of Adults with Hemiplegia, Pune, India 2015


NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Management and Treatment of Adults with Hemiplegia Sancheti Institute College of Physiotherapy, Sancheti Health Academy, Shivajinagar, Pune, Maharashtra, India Sancheti is organising  second ADULT NDT course in INDIA. Seats available – 24 only Course Dates: 19-01-2015 – 06-02-2015 It will be 5 days/week for three weeks. Saturday & Sunday off. CourseContinue reading “NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Management and Treatment of Adults with Hemiplegia, Pune, India 2015”

Hydrotherapy for traumatic brain injury with hemiplegia – our challenges and solutions


This is the case of a 16 yr old boy who met with an accident leading to a traumatic head injury in August 2011. He was in a coma for 1 month after which he gradually started showing improvement. I started treating him in January 2011. He had suffered a diffuse axonal injury due toContinue reading “Hydrotherapy for traumatic brain injury with hemiplegia – our challenges and solutions”

HOW TO IMPROVE AROUSAL IN PATIENTS HAVING COMATOSE STATUS OR LOW SCORE ON GLASGO COMA SCALE?


Patients with brain injury or stroke patients with loss of consciousness they have multiple problems. Major problem is loss of consciousness, less arousal and alertness. Along with loss sensory motor control. Coma stimulation program emphasis on use of sensory stimuli of different nature. Such as use  of auditory stimuli, olfactory, visual & somato sensory stimulation.Continue reading “HOW TO IMPROVE AROUSAL IN PATIENTS HAVING COMATOSE STATUS OR LOW SCORE ON GLASGO COMA SCALE?”

Nature of handicap of patient with brain lesions:: Bobath Approach


Nature of handicap of patient with brain lesions  1. Neurophysiological considerations. The physical handicap resulting from a lesion of the upper motor neuron is seen in terms of an interference of normal postural control. We are dealing with abnormal coordination of motor patterns. If we speak of ‘patterns of coordination’, we mean the pattern ofContinue reading “Nature of handicap of patient with brain lesions:: Bobath Approach”