Silky Masih

Physio consultant

Open Hours

Monday 10:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 20:00
Thusday 10:00 - 20:00
Friday 10:00 - 20:00
Saturday 10:00 - 20:00
Sunday 10:00 - 20:00


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A Little About Me


  • Physiotherapy in Orthopaedic
  • Physiotherapy in Neurology
  • NMDN


Bachelor Of Physiotherapy

People's college of Medical science

Work Of Experience

Physiotherapy Intern at R and R Army Hospital, Delhi

2014 - 2014

Physiotherapiest at Clinic, Bhopal

2014 - 2015

Physiotherapiest at Physiodesk, Bhopal

2016 - 0



  • electrotherapy modalities
  • Treadmill
  • theraband
  • Functional Trainer



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Health Info

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a therapeutic health profession that assists people with injuries, pain, stiffness, weakness, and other movement problems. Physiotherapists are university trained and are experts in injury diagnosis, injury treatment, injury prevention, exercise prescription, rehabilitation and many other areas of sport and musculoskeletal health and fitness.

Physiotherapists also have the expertise to assess the underlying causes of musculoskeletal injuries and provide effective, evidence based treatment so you can resume your normal lifestyle as soon as possible with the least likelihood of recurrence. Physiotherapists educate patients and teach them the skills required to take care of their bodies using various tools and methods.

Physiotherapy treatment techniques

Following injury, physiotherapists use a variety of physiotherapy treatment techniques to hasten the body’s natural healing process and speed recovery. These treatment techniques may include

    • mobilization
    • manipulation
    • exercise prescription
    • stretches
    • electrotherapy
    • hydrotherapy
    • clinical Pilates
    • taping
    • bracing
    • dry needling
    • ice or heat therapy
    • biomechanical correction
    • the use of crutches
    • advice and education                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

      Other areas of physiotherapy

      Aside from dealing with musculoskeletal and sports conditions, physiotherapy is also vital to ensure an optimal outcome in patients suffering from conditions in the following medical areas:

      • neurological
      • cardiothoracic
      • paediatrics
      • obstetrics                                                                                                                                                                     

        When should I see a physio?

        There are many instances when it is appropriate and beneficial to consult a physio. Some of these include:

        • If you have sustained an injury
        • If you have swelling, bruising or deformity of a body part
        • If you are experiencing joint stiffness, pain or ache (particularly if your symptoms have persisted for greater than 3 days)
        • If you are limping or protecting a limb due to pain
        • If you are experiencing pins and needles or numbness
        • If your limbs collapse or give way occasionally
        • If you have postural problems
        • If you need advice on improving strength, flexibility, balance or fitness
        • If you need advice on injury prevention or other aspects of musculoskeletal health
        • If you require treatment for an injury
        • If you wish to improve your physical performance for sport
        • If you are planning a return to sport or activity following a prolonged period of inactivity

        As a general rule, if you are unsure, it is always better to consult a professional rather than not seek advice.

Importance of ergonomic computer setup

Maintaining correct posture whilst sitting at a computer is extremely important to minimize stress on the spine and reduce the likelihood of injury. This is particularly important due to the high prevalence of injuries in society due to poor ergonomic computer setup, long hours of work in front of a computer and a sedentary lifestyle. Low back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and headaches are all common injuries that can occur from having your office, desk or computer set up incorrectly.

Ergonomic setting

When sitting at your desk the following ergonomic points should be considered:

  • It is important to have an ergonomically correct chair which offers firm support, thereby allowing your body to maintain correct posture.
  • The height of the chair should allow your hips and knees to be at right angles (it is important not to have your knees higher than the level of your hips) and your feet firmly supported on the floor (a foot stool may be required).
  • Your bottom should be situated at the back of the chair and a lumbar support should be placed in the small of your back.
  • Your shoulders should be held back slightly and your chin should be tucked in a little.                        


How to create an ergonomic computer setup

When sitting at a computer desk, the goal is to organize your environment ergonomically so you can easily maintain correct posture (figure 2). The following ergonomic points should be considered:

  • The height of the desk should allow you to have your elbows bent at approximately 90 degrees.
  • Provided you can touch type, your keyboard should be close to you. If you have to look at the keys, it should be as close as possible so you can look down at the keys (using your eyes only) without having to bend your neck.
  • Your mouse, telephone and other accessories should be as close as possible to prevent you having to lean forwards or to the side to reach them.
  • Your computer monitor should be positioned directly in front of you, at, or slightly, below eye level (certainly not to the side or above the level of your eyes).
  • Your chair should be situated as close to the desk as possible.
  • Actively practise holding yourself in good posture during sitting and check your position regularly to ensure you have not resumed slouching.
  • Regular breaks from sitting are recommended with standing, walking or lying and should occur regularly enough to prevent any onset of pain.
  • It is good practise to regularly switch the side of your body you use to perform various tasks to maintain balance and give one side of your body a break from repetitive or prolonged stress (e.g. use the mouse in your left and right hands equally)
  • Performing regular exercises can also assist in preventing a posture related injury by giving your body a break from the continuous stress of sitting in one position.



































































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