Physical therapy helps people who are unable to move, get up from bed and carry on with their daily activities. Here’s something an expert physical therapist has to say about his practice.
Harsh Mali is a physical therapist with a BPT degree. He has been a physiotherapist for two years. Apart from his clinic, he takes an interest in editing and content production, which he uses in conjunction with my physiotherapy practice. Furthermore, he is enthusiastic about his work because he enjoys it and cares about his patients.
Two years have passed since I began practising physiotherapy as a career. I am most inspired when I treat patients and see their happiness after treatment. Additionally, learning, implementing, and discovering new aspects of physiotherapy has always been inspiring.
Currently, I work in a private clinic treating orthopaedic and neurological conditions such as fractures, sports injuries, congenital deformities, spinal cord injuries, strokes (paralysis), etc.
Communication is the most effective way to deal with impatient patients. In my experience, I personally explain in detail the need for specific treatment duration and the consequences if treatment is not completed in a timely manner.
It is now easy to stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in physiotherapy, thanks to digitalisation. My personal way of keeping up with knowledge is to read research articles and publications on PubMed.
People work continuously without taking breaks due to this hectic life schedule. I would like to suggest that they should take periodic breaks and move their bodies and stretch their tight muscles to reduce occupational hazards and be pain-free.
To Sum Up
With his utmost care and dedication, PT Harsh Mali treats his patients. Since he enjoys doing his job, his results prove to be effective, and he constantly yearns to learn more about the subject to stay updated with the technology.