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Rashmi Ahuja

Registered Physiotherapist


Rashmi’s Story:

Growing up in a family of physiotherapists, Rashmi enjoyed hearing about the amazing work her family members did to bring positive changes to their client’s lives. This knowledge at a young age inspired Rashmi to follow in her family’s footsteps and become a physiotherapist herself. Rashmi has over 20 years experience, treating a variety of conditions and injuries in hospitals, long term care homes, retirement homes and clinics. Rashmi strives to listen and understand her client’s needs to ensure they have the right tools to achieve enjoyable daily living. She treats her clients with an emphasis on functional outcomes. Rashmi is fluent in Hindi.


  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy – Dr. MGR Medical University- Tamil Nadu, India – 1997


  • Lumbar Neural Tissue Path dynamics, (Part-1), APTEI
  • Mulligan Concept Upper Quadrant Mobilization with Movement, (Jack Miller)
  • Manual therapy Strategies for Adult Neurological, Population Upper Quadrant
  • Neurodynamic Therapy

Areas Of Special Interest:

  • Neurological Patients (Post Stroke, Parkinson’s)
  • Geriatric Rehabilitation
  • Post Operation Rehabilitation

When not a work:

Rashmi enjoys travelling, curling up with a good book, watching movies and spending time with friends and family.

My mother, a 93 years old lady, had an accident in which her tibia was broken. Mom has been bed bound for months, and she still couldn’t stand on her own. But I am confident that Mom will recover and be able to walk a few steps with helper accompanying her. I must say Rashmi Ahuja, her physiothrapist, has a positive impact on mother’s recovery journey. A physiotherapist’s role is crucial in guiding patients through the challenging path of rehabilitation, and it seems Rashmi Ahuja’s has exemplified this with her expertise and compassionate care. Her personalized approach, ensuring that each exercise and movement contributes to the patient’s strength and confidence, is commendable. The ability to inspire hope and foster independence in patients is a mark of a truly dedicated healthcare professional. Rashmi’s dedication to her work not only enhances her patients’ physical well-being but also supports their emotional resilience during a vulnerable time. It’s clear that her efforts have been instrumental in mother’s progress, making her deserving of high praise and recognition.


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