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First trained with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy, Trupti worked in India and Zambia at private physiotherapy clinics and Hospitals. She worked with a varied population – stroke rehabilitation, cancer clinics and orthopedic surgical units and private orthopedic outpatient clinics.
Wanting to find more ways to help people with their injuries and problems she got a Master’s Degree in Human Movement Science in 2001, from the Physical Therapy department at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH). She then added years of training as a Maitland- Australian Physiotherapy Manual therapist, Mulligan Movement with Mobilization Manual therapist and Mckenzie Method of Manual therapy for Neck and Back pain because she saw first-hand the immediate benefit of and lasting changes made with skilled manual therapy. Manual therapy allowed her to help people find the causes for their aches, pains and hurts.
Passion-driven to help further people who had tried and failed with traditional treatments of stretching, exercises or just taking pills, Trupti completed an Orthopedic Clinical Specialization certification (OCS). But, what does THIS really mean to YOU, the client…. Not much because Trupti really believes it does not matter, just what she knows unless you know how much she cares. She loves to use whatever skills she has to help you find the body solutions you are looking for and feel comfortable with. It means she has many ways to help people get better faster, but more importantly, she loves to solve the puzzles of how to help people find their physical potential.
Erica Sanders Hip labral tear + Hip impingement
I had been suffering with left sided – deep hip pain for 6 months during spin classes. Also I had begun some Orange theory classes at that time, and my hip pain got worse with running and some of the aerobic exercises. Over time the pain got worse and began to be present with sitting at work for a long time, and even with driving. It was like a deep pinching pain at times, and other times, a dull ache on the side of my upper hip and even in my buttock at times. So I took some rest from orange Theory and also began spinning less.
The pain did not go away even after 2 months. So I went to see an orthopedic doctor and he took an MRI and confirmed there was a partial labral tear. I went to see Trupti at MMSSPT because she had helped another friend with hip labral tears and impingement. She worked wonders right away. Explained what a hip labral tear meant, whether and how it can be fixed and what precautions to take to stop it from happening again.
I was so excited that I did not have to undergo surgery and stop exercising for the rest of my life. After some rigorous and careful PT, hands on work from Trupti and her meticulous and thoughtful approach, I got back to my spin bike and work outs without any more hip pain. This hip pain was a distant thing – I got back to doing all the things I loved; sitting, driving, going up stairs and even running. I highly recommend working with Trupti, as she is an expert with hip impingement and hip labral problems.
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