Prachi has completed her degree (Physiotherapy) in 2011 from India. Prachi is a passionate Physiotherapist who delivers patient-centred care to all her clients. She predominantly worked in Aged care, Medical centres and in Rehab for 7 years and helped many of her patients to regain strength, balance and co-ordination. Prachi also managed a private physiotherapy clinic in NSW for three years, with the help of a fantastic team of physios. During that time Prachi continued to have extensive exposure to a number of sports, work-related (work-cover) and posture-related presentations. Overall, she has a wide range of experience in musculoskeletal, rehabilitation and orthopedics clinical area.
Prachi is specialized in treating and/or managing conditions and/or injuries associated with acute and chronic back pain, rotator cuff, whiplash, post-op rehab program, balance and falls prevention exercises and tendinopathies. Prachi’s warm personality and caring attitude ensure patients of all ages receive the most appropriate treatment and interventions they need. Prachi still loves cycling and reading in her spare time.
Prachi is very interested in teaching and/or mentoring overseas Physiotherapists who are in the process of gaining General Physiotherapy Registration in Australia. She values volunteering and giving back to the physiotherapy community and serves in AAPTA as a Musculoskeletal mentor providing coaching and mock exam services to members of AAPTA.
AAPTA is fortunate to have committed team members like Prachi who is always wanting to do more and better to the overseas Physiotherapy community.