Santha Muthukrishnan has six years of experience as a Physiotherapist, she is highly trained in assessing and treating musculoskeletal injuries and sports injuries. Her Skills in manual therapy, myofascial release and her expertise in pain management have enabled her to achieve excellent results with her patients.
Her Consistent efforts and commitment towards her patients have always stood out over the years. Her Firm belief in being a team player has always been appreciated by her colleagues.
Santha has completed her Master’s degree physiotherapy specialised in orthopaedic and traumatology from Saveetha University, Chennai, India in 2011. Prior to completing her education, she was associated with Dr Kamakshi Memorial Hospital as a student observer where she gained Valuable knowledge in treating patient with cardiothoracic and complex neuro conditions. She started her career as a physiotherapist in Health Line Physiocare Clinic where she was involved in assessing and treating patient with complex musculoskeletal injuries and sports injury. The she was associated with Physioworld where she worked as an independent practitioner at GP surgeries.
Santha Has Undergone intense training in treating Musculoskeletal, Orthopaedic and sports condition. She has worked with medical teams in highly specialised units like hand rehabilitation, Orthopaedics and traumatology, Rheumatology, Physical Medicine, Neurological conditions, cardiothoracic rehabilitation when she was associated with Government Stanley Medical college and hospital. During her career, she independently managed different cases, performed spinal and peripheral mobilisation and manipulation techniques, worked as an autonomous physiotherapist in various GP surgeries, musculoskeletal outpatient department. Her communication skills and clarity in instructions for physical exercises have found a special mention in the feedback from her patients.
Important Career Achievements
Santha is Registered Physiotherapist and she is a member of Charted society of Physiotherapy. She keeps her continuous professional development up to date by doing various external courses and reading current Journals. She participated in various journal club meetings and debated articles and various case studies.
She rendered her voluntary service as student physiotherapist in SGS charitable clinic and conducted many rural health programmes to help the community.