MGM's

INSTITUTE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY

N-6, Cidco, Aurangabad, MH. India.
Affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik

Dr. Ashwini Kale

D.Psych - Clinical Neuropsychology | Macquarie University - Australia

Dr. Ashwini Kale

Qualification : BPTh, MPT (neurosciences )
Assistant  Professor
ashwinikalept@yahoo.co.in

Areas of Interest:  - Neurosciences, Pediatric Rehabilitation
Publication:    01 (International)

Academic Role and Responsibilities

  • Head of the Department of Neuro physiotherapy
  • Neuro physiotherapy Subject Incharge
  • Third Year BPT class Incharge

Subjects Teaching

 

Subject                                                                          Academic Year

Functional Diagnosis and physiotherapeutic skills III BPT

Physiotherapy in Neuroscience IV BPT

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS


Post Doctural Degree

PhD

Year of Complition

2019


Degree

MPT(Neurosciences )

Institute

 

Year of Passing

2013

Degree

BPTh

Institute

Pragathi   college of Physiotherapy, nizamabad

Year of Passing

2010

 

EXPERIENCE                 


Institute

MGM’s Institute of Physiotherapy

Designation

Associate Professor

Tenure

2018 till date

 

 

Institute

MGM Institiute of Physiotherapy

Degination

Assistant Professor

Tenure

2013-2018

 

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH
Areas of InterestRehabilitation in geriatric, neurological & pediatric conditions, women’s health
Areas of expertise: geriatric conditions, stroke rehabilitation, cerebral palsy
Areas of research: postnatal physiotherapy, recent advances in neurophysiotherapy, paediatric rehabilitation

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND CONTRUBATIONS

  • Maharashtra Occupational and Physiotherapy  Council
  • Indian Association of Physiotherapy

Workshops, Conferences Participation and Organization

  • Workshop-Cognitive Rehabilitation, physiotherapy perspective, under Dr. Hamza N.G-MGM Hospital, Aurangabad, 19 Jan 2011(6 credit hours)
  • State level workshop on motor relearning programme and basic concepts of mckenzie approach, nizamabad, 25th to 26th july 2009
  • Workshop on cognitive rehabilitation, Aurangabad, 19th jan 2011
  • Certified childbirth educator course, Mumbai 5th to 7th oct, 2012
  • Certified manual therapist course 7th to 9th feb 2014
  • Certified aerobic, pilates instructor course 15th feb to 19th feb 2016

Awards and Honors

  • Awarded “Signaificant contribution Award” in 54th annual conference of IAP.

Publications

  • Effect of forward and backward walking on aerobic capacity and endurance (International Journal of Recent Trends in Science and Technology)Ashwini Kale, Sunita Chavan
  • Effect of Constraint Induced movement therapy versus Bimanual Task Training for Improvement of Motor hand Function in Stroke Patients (Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy) Ashwini A Kale, Veda Kekatpure, Nikhila Mahendrakar
  • Effect of Backward Walking Training on Gait Parameters of Stroke Patients (Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy) Ashwini A Kale, Pallavi R Manathkar, Sonali K Vispute
  • Effect of core stabilization exercises in postnatal women with lumbopelvic instability ((Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy) Ashwini A Kale, Nawaj M Pathan
  • Awareness about Exclusive Role of Postnatal Physical Therapy: A Preliminary Survey Conducted on Obstetricians at Aurangabad, Maharashtra (Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy) Ashwini A Kale, Bharati Bellare

Students Research Project

  1. Effect of forward and backward walking on aerobic capacity and endurance
  2. Prevalence of diastasis recti among primiparous women
  3. Effect of Constraint Induced movement therapy versus Bimanual Task Training for Improvement of Motor hand Function in Stroke Patients
  4. Effect of Backward Walking Training on Gait Parameters of Stroke Patients
  5. Effect of core stabilization exercises in postnatal women with lumbopelvic instability
  6. Comparison between effect of mirror therapy and CIMT on upper extremity motor function in subacute stroke patients.
  7. Comparison between Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation and Dual Task training on gait and balance in subacute stroke patients
  8. Comparison between effect of wii fit balance training and conventional balance training on balance and functional ability in parkinson’s disease

 

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