Physiotherapy training was introduced in India in the year of 1952. This health service is one of the most popular and sought after treatment in western countries. Although it has been more than six decades since its introduction in our country the awareness is only gradually but surely growing. It is quite certain that considering the population of the country and the number of therapist produced every year, the profession has a tremendous potential for development in few years to come.

Physiotherapy is the science of healing and art to cure. It promotes optimal health and functions of the human body. It involves the assessment, maintenance, restoration of the physical function and performance of the body, and is strongly recommended for people with degenerative disorder, the physically challenged, sports people and those suffering from neurological disorders. The core skills used by a physiotherapist include manual therapy, mobilization, exercise science and the application of electro physical modalities.Physiotherapy addresses the physical, cognitive, psychosocial, sensory, and other aspects of performance in a variety of environment to support engagement in everyday life activities that affect health, well being, and quality of life.

A truly wholistic approach is adapted in out rehab programs that extend in specialties in Orthopedics (bone, muscle and ligament), Neurology (brain, spinal cord & nerves), Cardio thoracics (heart and lungs), Pediatrics (children),Sports (Sport Injuries) and Women’s health (OBG) & Community Based Rehabilitation
Vokkaligara Sanga felt the need of our people in this area to complete their mission of giving total Health Care to the needy and poor.

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