DR. STUTI SHAH


QUALIFICATION:
B.P.T (Bachelor of Physiotherapy) from S.N.D.T University, Mumbai with 76% in 2007.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE:
Recently working in my private clinic.

  • worked as consulting physiotherapist in Cardio Uno Plus since 1st March 2010 to 30th june 2013.
  • Worked as an Observer at TATA Memorial Hospital, Mumbai in June 2011.
  • Worked as a consulting physiotherapist in Khyati physiotherapy center from 1st March 2008 to 31st May 2008.
  • Worked as full time physiotherapist in “Stavya” spine hospital from 2nd June 2008 to 31st July 2009.
  • Worked as a part time physiotherapist in Life care from1st March 2008 to 31st July.
  • Worked as physiotherapist at kachhi jain samaj.

INTERNSHIP

DURATION OF INTERNSHIP: July’07 to Jan’08

  • Children’s Orthopedic Hospital, Mumbai – 30 days.
  • Dharmsinh Desai Memorial Methodist Institute of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery,Nadiad – 30 days
  • Kashiben Gordhandas Patel Children Hospital,Vododara – 30 days
  • Sterling Hospital,Ahmedabad – 30 days
  • Jaya Rehabilitation Institute and Research Center,Shree Bidada Sarvoday Trust,Kutch – 15 days
  • Shree Santram Polio Foundation and Physiotherapy Center,Nadiad – 15 days
  • Bankers Heart Institute,Vadodara – 15 days
  • Shree Ghantakaran Mahavir Physiotherapy College and Rehabilitation Center,Godhra – 15 days

Areas of interest:

Onco physiotherapy (cancer rehabilitation):

  • Oral rehabilitation following maxillofacial cancer surgeries with help of specialised instruments as Jaw stretcher, silicone mouth block-Mouth opening kit
  • Rehabilitation following breast cancer surgeries-Lymphedema kit
  • Rehabilitation after limb salvage surgeries
  • Respiratory therapy in cancer patients
  • Rehabilitation following chemotherapy and radiotherapy
  • Management of cancer pain.
  • Palliative care
  • Group therapy and reassurance to the patients and relatives.

Aims:

  • Restore painfree range of motion at joints.
  • Assist in preventing edemaa
  • Help to restore self esteem,
  • Help to restore patient to previous vocation,
  • Promotion of independence by mobility exercises
  • Prevention of deformity
  • Return to normal muscle tone
  • Gait re-education