The problem gives the opportunity, learn to change the problem into an opportunity.
I am a certified Physiotherapist from Nepal. I have been working in various rehabilitative settings in different parts of Nepal. I got the opportunity to work on a project named "Improving access to physiotherapy in Nepal" which has broadened my knowledge regarding the scope of physiotherapy in rural settings. Community-based health care is a growing need for improving the health system in developing countries like Nepal. As a community physiotherapist, I look forward to making positive impact in the health care system of Nepal and contribute to the development and growth of the physiotherapy profession.
Evidence-based intervention is the key to achieving the desired goal for the physiotherapists. Physiopedia has always been the platform for all physiotherapists across the globe to increase the knowledge and be updated about the recent evidence. I feel so grateful to be a part of the Physiopedia team.
Bachelor in Physiotherapy from Kathmandu University School Of Medical Sciences.
Nepal Physiotherapy Association - student member
Nepal Health Professional Council-Registered Physiotherapist
Thesis on topic "prevalence of behavioral problem among preschoolers in Bhaktapur using SDQ"
Case-based study on the topic, "Intensive Physiotherapy Interventions in Speedy Recovery of Sub-acute Stroke: A Case Series". Available from:https://jlmc.edu.np/index.php/JLMC/article/view/375