Every patient is different. That’s why we listen, set goals and create personalized treatment plans that work best to help you return to your daily activities. We evaluate you on nine principles of Zen Physio
We tackle everything related to the body’s performance, functioning, as well as strategies and techniques to enhance them. We will meet you where you want to be met. Find out more about our services here
Conditions we treat
We help you regain your functional abilities and mobility. We specialize in musculoskeletal physical therapy and our staff is certified and experienced in treating a multitude of issues
About Dr. Anchal
With “Motion is Lotion” being the most famous saying among her patients, Dr. Anchal has amassed 8000+ clinical hours in India and the United States. She specializes in musculoskeletal orthopedic rehabilitation and is adept at using combination of Manual Therapy, Exercises Sciences and a Pilates based approach to provide customized treatment protocols for her patients.
Tips & Advice
Hear from the best physiotherapists on our team. Tips and articles to help you get answers to health, fitness and physiotherapy.
Tips and Benefits of maintaining a correct posture for kids and young adults
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Chronic Pain: What is it and how to manage chronic pain without medications?
What is Chronic Pain? Typically, pain that lasts for 3 months
Past Patients Success
Meniscal injury young athlete
A 28 year old male presented to our clinic with knee pain and stiffness after injury and was diagnosed with meniscus tear by his doctor. He presented with difficulty in standing, walking, squatting, climbing stairs, running and playing sports. He was initially reluctant since he thought Physiotherapy would not help him and only did so because his Doctors asked him to. He thought that surgery was the only option he had. Nevertheless, he started with physiotherapy and slowly started seeing the difference after each session. He could now walk pain free and his mobility improved as well, that gave him more motivation to continue with his treatment program and to give his best. After completing a full rehab of 16 sessions he was back to being fully functional, did not need surgery and gradually tapered into sports. He was pleasantly surprised and was glad that he gave physiotherapy a chance!
Hip pain and sciatica middle aged woman
A 52 year old female presented to our clinic with chronic pain in the side of her R hip and pain radiating down her R thigh and leg. She presented with difficulty in sitting for a long time, sleeping on her affected side, climbing stairs, walking and maintaining her regular fitness routine. Her social life was adversely affected as well. She was diagnosed with sciatica and bursitis a year ago by her Doctor. She was very nervous on her first day and was highly sensitized to her pain. After a thorough evaluation she was educated about pain science and the nature of pain in detail and the different changes that have taken place in her body that have led her to feeling these uncomfortable sensations. She took a sigh of relief and felt like someone finally understood her and her pain. She then gave her best attempt at therapy for the next 8 weeks and was diligent with her home exercises. Upon completion of her program, she walked out pain free, physically uninhibited and with the biggest smile that we had ever seen on her.
Hip fracture post surgical elderly woman
A 90 year old woman presented post a total hip replacement surgery which was done after she had a fall in her bathroom and fractured her right hip. She presented with a lot of muscle weakness, muscle wasting (atrophy), difficulty turning in bed, difficulty standing up from the chair and bed. She could barely walk and could only take 4-5 steps at a time. She was physically and mentally inhibited and was very fearful of walking and falling again. We understood her concerns and treated her at her pace and comfort level, keeping her inhibitions in mind. She underwent physiotherapy for 3 months where her hips, back, core and legs were strengthened and her mobility was worked upon. She also underwent balance training, learnt independent transfers, learnt to stand and walk around the house with her walker. She was then slowly trained to walk up and down the stairs and was also trained to walk outside her house with proper precautions. She regained her strength, mobility, confidence, independence and her will to live again. She started to slowly get back to her social life and was also able to attend her Granddaughter's graduation.