AMRI Hospitals is a centre of excellence for healthcare education, notably in the area of physiotherapy, and is located in the heart of the vibrant town of Bhubaneswar. At AMRI Hospitals Bhubaneswar, physiotherapy education is a voyage of discovery where students set out to comprehend the complex intricacies of the human body. Here, the classroom transforms into a canvas, and the teachers, who are genuine artists, carefully express the knowledge with a palette of wisdom and originality. Students are not just passive recipients of information; rather, they are sculptors, sculpting their knowledge into the future of rehabilitation therapy.With the most modern equipment and technology at their disposal, they hone their abilities to the highest level, paving the way for a day when physical therapy is both an art and a science.
Experts and enthusiastic supporters alike met beneath the roof of this medical haven to discuss the technical exercise that occurs in the profession of physiotherapy between science and compassion. Each seminar, workshop, and discussion at the conference was a colourful brushstroke on the discovery-themed canvas.An innovative and knowledgeable developed as people engaged themselves in the discussion. As eminent speakers imparted their knowledge and opened up new vistas of comprehension and therapeutic methods, AMRI Hospitals’ dedication to pushing the limits of healthcare was clear.
AMRI Hospitals, located in the centre of Bhubaneswar, are more than simply a healthcare facility; they are a shelter of learning where the field of physiotherapy will blossom in the future, spreading health and compassion over the globe.
Bhubaneswar: AMRI Hospitals Bhubaneswar observed Continuous Physiotherapy Education (C.P.E.) 5.O (5th edition) with participation of more than 200 professional physiotherapists from across all districts of Odisha. Continuous Physiotherapy Education (C.P.E.) conducted every year to generate awareness about the crucial involvement of physiotherapists towards the patients and society enabling people to be mobile, healthy & independent.
The occasion was graced by renowned Dr. Juan Guillon, Osteopath (Argentina). Dr Juan was specialised in Pediatrics and Cranial Osteopathy. He has designed and implemented the first curriculum of Osteopathy in India, following the standards for training established by the World Health Organisation. He teaches regularly in undergraduate and postgraduate Osteopathy programs at Sri Sri University, Odisha.
Dr.PatitapabanMohanty (Director of SVNIRTAR) joined as the Guest of Honor. Further, a continuous physiotherapy education (C.P.E.) program was organized with expert Doctors of AMRI Hospitals, which updated the attendee professional physiotherapists on the advanced practices in the field of Physiotherapy which will be beneficial for the patients & public. Dr. Juan Guillon spoke Visceral and cranial influence in musculoskeletal dysfunction and Dr.Patitapaban Mohanty spoke on Recent advancements physiotherapy.
Dr.RohitJaiswal, Vice President & Unit Head, AMRI Hospitals Bhubaneswar said, “Physiotherapists help to take care of patients in all phases of healing from initial diagnosis through the restorative and preventive stages of recovery.” Ms.RajashreeUpadhyaya acknowledged that “Due to expert & technically skilled physiotherapists, the length of stay (LOS) of patients in hospital is reduced as the recovery is faster”. Dr.Siddharth Mishra, Medical Superitendent, AMRI Hospitals Bhubaneswar shared his thoughts at the C.P.E. and said, “Physical therapy is to help regain & restore the pain-free and comfortable movement and overall health that a person experienced prior to an injury, illness or disability”.
This event was organized by Institute of Physiotherapy & Rehabilitations, AMRI Hospitals Bhubaneswar, headed by Dr.SibaniSankarTripathy (PT) along with his dedicated professional skilled team members,Over 200 patients receive physiotherapy treatment daily at AMRI Hospitals.
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