DSI firmly believes that the learning experience extends far beyond the four walls of the classroom. Hence it has created one of the finest campuses, spread over a sprawling 28 acres of land on a picturesque and peaceful hillock. Students can imbibe the many facets a truly fulfilling learning experience in a very quiet atmosphere.
Doctors add years to life and a Physiotherapist adds life to years.
Physiotherapy has it roots in ancient times. The Chinese in around 2500 BC used massage as a treatment and Hippocrates described massage and hydrotherapy in 460 BC. Since then the list of conditions that physiotherapy can have a part to play in their treatment has grown and grown. The modern practice of physiotherapy is thought to have come into being during the nineteenth century.
Physiotherapists are autonomus professionals, able to act as first contact practitioners accepting referrals as well as referring patients to other health care professionals.
Physiotherapists are key players in the health care system today. They help in restoring and improving movements, keeping patients healthy, fit and active thereby improving the quality of life. They also play an important role in avoiding surgery and long term use of medications.
Physiotherapists help their clients achieve the highest possible degree of physical activity, participation and quality of life, develop the knowledge and skills to formulate physiotherapeutic diagnoses and design appropriate programs of prevention, treatment and exercise.
We at Dayananda Sagar College of Physiotherapy provide our students with extensive education ,the best clinical expertise, hands on approach and train the students for customized treatment plans designed to meet individual needs while ensuring that patient safety is our priority. These have been achieved with good infrastructure and our own two multi-speciality hospitals 665 bedded through which our students have been trained .
Physiotherapy profession has grown by leaps and bounds and will continue to grow substantially by developing scientific basis for its treatment.
Dr. Anil T. John