Makwana - Physiotherapist - Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Nilesh Makwana

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Summary

=>Physiotherapist by qualification
=>Specialised in Pulmonary Rehabilitation and treating various chest conditions using Pulmonary =>Rehabilitation and other Chest Physiotherapy techniques.
=>Registered with the Indian Association of Physiotherapists (L-25887).
=>Member of European Respiratory Society (ERS:- 328517)
=>Member of American Thoracic Society (ATS:- 00231337)
=>Certificate in Basic Life Support (BLS) from American Heart Association (AHA)
=>Certificate Course in Manual Therapy (MTFI), Mangalore.
=>Certificate Course in Taping Techniques from MTFI, Mangalore.
=>Authorized fitness trainer from Indian Academy of Fitness training, Mangalore. (With Authority Certificate for Training in Mumbai)
=>Fellowship in Cardiac Rehabilitation from Medvarsity online and Apollo Hospital research and education, Hyderabad. With one week contact program.
=>Conducted one week Training program for Physiotherapist on Pulmonary Rehabilitation at Indian Institute of Environmental Medicine, Mumbai. (As Faculty member sponsored by Lupin Pharma).

Services

Physiotherapist

  • Full time
  • Part time
  • One time
  • Contract
  • Temp

Summary:

Physiotherapist

Work History

Senior Physiotherapist

Indian Institute of Environmental Medicine

From December 2012

=> Employed as Senior Physiotherapist.
=>Pulmonary Rehabilitation in chronic Lung Condition
=>Maintaining records of the treatment sessions, Data collection and involving in research activities.
=>Exercise trainer for Athletes.
=> Other Physiotherapy Related Problem solving.

Owner and founder

NM Physio Care Centre

From November 2010

Founder and Director of NM Physio care

Physiotherapist

Healthy Lungs Rehabilitation Centre, NM physio Care Centre

December 2009 - May 2010

=>Junior Physiotherapist.
=>Pulmonary Rehabilitation in chronic Lung Condition
=> Maintaining records of the treatment sessions, Data collection.
=> Exercise trainer for Athletes.
=>Other Physiotherapy Related Problem solving.

Projects

Research Publication

Makwana Nilesh, Kamath Aarti and Raiba Ayub: Case report- physical exercises in interstitial lung disease with complications, Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and occupational therapy: (In Press)

Research Publication

Makwana Nilesh, Kamath Aarti : Change in percentage of mortality after 4 weeks of pulmonary rehabilitation in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, International Journal of Physiotherapy and Research: 2013: 1(4); 138-142.

Research Publication

Makwana Nilesh, Kamath Aarti and Raiba Ayub: Effect of Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and occupational therapy: 2013: 7(2); 113-117

Study the effectiveness of pulmonary rehabilitation, using 6 MWT in Indian population, patients with

Study the effectiveness of pulmonary rehabilitation, using 6 MWT in Indian population, patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. (Co- author) poster presentation. Won 3rd prize in Digital Presentation.

Efficacy of Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Advanced destroyed lungs due to tuberculosis. (Co- author)

Efficacy of Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Advanced destroyed lungs due to tuberculosis. (Co- author) paper presentation.

Efficacy of pulmonary rehabilitation in COPD and ILD (Main author) paper presentation.

Efficacy of pulmonary rehabilitation in COPD and ILD (Main author) paper presentation.

‘To study the efficacy of Breath control training in COPD patients

‘To study the efficacy of Breath control training with breath control training software as biofeedback to improve the quality of life in patients with COPD undergoing Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Qualifications & Certifications

Masters in Physiotherapy

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

BPTh

Vikas College of Physiotherapy

Bhavans

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