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My objective is to make difference in people’s lives using advanced skills and clinical reasoning to provide comprehensive diagnostic and treatment support to patients who present with complex musculoskeletal conditions and/or multiple pathologies and/or mental health and/or pain management needs. Deliver programmes of supported patient self-management, in ways that facilitate behavioural change, optimise individuals’ physical activity, mobility, fulfilment of personal goals and independence, and that minimise the need for pharmacological interventions.

As an MSc Advanced Physiotherapist with experience of supporting my cohort as a course representative and involvement in university and professional sports teams, from acute medical patients to elite athletes; also, I dealt individuals with musculoskeletal disorder as a MSK and Sports Physiotherapist. I actively look forward to share my knowledge and experience to make an advancement in Clinical Knowledge.

I approach patients in a polite and diplomatic way. I believe that my leadership, analytic skills, and strong drive to learn helps me to deliver compassionate and effective care for patients. Since, I have practiced according to clinical guidelines, both international and national, self-directed learning and CPD courses helped me to improve my clinical reasoning skills, critical thinking judgement. I aim to reflect that in others by sharing my skills and knowledge.

Reshma Jaya Prakash

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Accomplished and focused Physiotherapist with over 2 and half years of experience in MSK and Neuro-Surgery department. My passion for MSK is displayed by how I have tailored my post-graduate training courses toward musculoskeletal, sports, and orthopaedic physiotherapy. I have shown commitment towards CPD in musculoskeletal physiotherapy throughout my post-graduate period in the form of attending conferences, presenting paper and poster, certified courses, self-directed learning, and self- reflective practices.

I possess extensive knowledge of current best practices, including the bio-psychosocial approach and health coaching using the TGROW model. Since I have practiced according to clinical guidelines, my self-directed learning and CPD courses helped me to improve my clinical reasoning skills, critical thinking judgment, and analytical skills.

  • MSc Advanced Physiotherapy from University of Salford in United Kingdom, passed out in the year 2023 with Distinction.
  • FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine, Sports and Exercise in 2022
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) from Bethany Navajeevan College of Physiotherapy in India, passed out in the year 2019 with First class honour.
  • Indian Association of Physiotherapists
  • Health and Care Professions Council
  • The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Achilles Tendinopathy – What Should We Be Doing? Seth O’Neill PhD, MSc, BSc, MCSP, MMACP, PGCE (higher education) 2023
Training for Endurance in Sports and Fitness The Open University 2023
Exercise Rehabilitation-The Forgotten Treatment Modality? David Fevre, MSc MCSP SRP 2023
Assessment and management of lateral hip pain (greater trochanteric pain syndrome/gluteal tendinopathy) Richard Norris Cofounder & orthopaedic Physiotherapy Specialist 2023
Rehabilitating Knee Ligament Injuries in Sport David Fevre MSc MCSP SRP Head of Sports Medicine, Blackburn Rovers Football Club 2023
Exercise and mental health The Open University 2023
Challenging Conversations for Clinicians Dr. Margaret Potter, PhD, MSc (Sports Psych), Dip Phys, BPh.Ed. 2023
Implementing a Cluster Coordination Performance Monitoring (CCPM) Exercise Global Nutrition Cluster and UNICEF 2023
Injury and Healing in Sports Physiotherapy Ian Horsley (Physiopedia) 2023
Introduction to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) Patricia Saleeby & ReLAB-HS (Physiopedia) 2023
Re-Thinking Rotator Cuff Rehabilitation Dr Angela Cadogan PhD, NZRPS, Specialist Physiotherapist 2023
Eccentric Loading: Rehab vs Performance Prof. John Cronin, PhD in strength and conditioning (Auckland), BEd, Dip PE (Canada) 2023
Force Plate Fundamentals for Physiotherapists Prof. John Cronin, PhD in strength and conditioning (Auckland), BEd, Dip PE (Canada) 2023
Deconstructing Non-specific Low Back Pain Dr. Mark Lanslett, PhD, NZRPS, Dip. MT, Dip. MDT 2023
Back Pain and Red Flags – What Not to Miss? Dr. Sue Greenhalgh, PhD, MA, GDPHYS, FCSP 2023
Informance Governance Skills for Health (UK) 2022
Conflict Resolution Skills for Health (UK) 2022
Resuscitation Level 2 Adults Skills for Health (UK) 2022
International workshop on transplant administration Kerala Network for Organ Sharing (KNOS) 2020
Communication and Record keeping Flexebee (UK) 2021
GDPR Flexebee (UK) 2021
Duty of Candour Flexebee (UK) 2021
Coronavirus awareness and Infection control Flexebee (UK) 2021
Risk assessment Awareness Flexebee (UK) 2021
Sepsis Awareness Flexebee (UK) 2021

 Published the study, ‘The effects of Body Weight Supported Treadmill Training in Spastic Cerebral Palsy for Functional Improvement’ in Research gate in 2023.

Final Thesis: ‘The Footwear and Footwear Modifications for Reducing Biomechanical Risk Factor, External Knee Adduction Moment for Medial Knee Osteoarthritis Progression: A systematic Review and Meta-Analysis’ in 2023

  • A Scientific Poster presentation “THE ILIOTIBIALBAND SYNDROME” at International Physiotherapy Conference in 2015.
  • A Scientific Paper presentation, “EFFECTS OF RETROWALKING IN IMPROVING PHYSICAL FUNCTION IN OSTEOARTHRITIS OF KNEE” at Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Teachers National Conference in 2018.


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