October 13, 2011 admin

Two days programme on Recent Trend in Manual Therapy inaugurates at Guru Nanak Dev University

Amritsar – The Department of Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy of the Guru Nanak Dev University has organized a two days- Continuing Medical Education (CME) programme on “Recent Trend in Manual Therapy” here today in the conference hall of Guru Nanak Bhawan.
Prof. Dr. Rajinderjit Kaur Pawar, Dean Academic Affairs inaugurated the CME programme and mentioned about the application of physiotherapy in our common complications and disabilities.
Prof. Pawar said that modern civilization gave us pleasant, jubilant and luxuriant lives, simultaneously presented some common complications like diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases etc. Physical inactivity is the root cause of many complications.
Prof. Dr. Jaspal S. Sandhu, Dean Faculty of Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy discussed about the tradition of organizing CME programmes in the department. The importance of rich tradition of academic and professional programmes like CME was discussed by Dr. Sandhu.
Dr. Deepak Kumar, Senior Consultant and accredited Mulligan Therapist of New Delhi explain the planning of discussion and demonstration of manual therapy for the two days CME programmes (13th – 14th October, 2011). Students can enrich their knowledge of manual therapy with practical demonstration and vivid discussions, he said.
Dr. Shyamal Koley, Head of department, mentioned the importance of manual therapy in daily life for the people of all sections of the society. For the holistic development of the subject, manual therapy is one of the important aspects of it. For the academic excellence of university such type of programmes are unique, he said.

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