Fellowship & Membership

  • 1. Intra rater and intra rater reliability of function in sitting test in acute stroke a cross sectional study
  • 2.Evaluation of the established non-MHC multiple sclerosis loci in an Indian population
  • 3.Optic Neuritis: Experience from a South Indian Demyelinating Disease registry
  • 4.Comparison of Physio Ball and Plinth trunk exercises regimens on trunk control and functional balance in patients with acute stroke:A pilot randomised controlled trail.
  • 5.Idiopathic CD4+T-Lymphocytopenia-A diasnostic Dilemma
  • 6.Comparison of physio ball and plinth trunk exercises regimens on trunk control and functional balance in patients with acute stroke:A pilot randomised controlled trail.
  • 7.Effects of pneumatic abdominal binder and calf compression vs elastic compression bandaging on orthostatic hypotension during tilt table standing following acute stroke : a pilot randomised controlled trail
  • 8.status of current research evidence on diabetic neuropathy from a 40-year quantitative trend analysis of published articles in pubmed: A descriptive study
  • 9.Effectiveness of mirror therapy on lower extremity motor recovery, balance and mobility in patients with acute stroke: A randomised sham-controlled pilot trail.
  • Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Malayalam
  • Hindi
  • Kannada
  • Urdu
  • Field of Expertise

  • Neurology
  • Awards & Achievements

  • Distinguished Alumi Award 2013 MAHE
  • Recognised as PhD Guide MAHE March 2013
  • Talks & Publications

    Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Malayalam
  • Hindi
  • Kannada
  • Urdu
  • Fellowship & Membership

  • 1. Intra rater and intra rater reliability of function in sitting test in acute stroke a cross sectional study
  • 2.Evaluation of the established non-MHC multiple sclerosis loci in an Indian population
  • 3.Optic Neuritis: Experience from a South Indian Demyelinating Disease registry
  • 4.Comparison of Physio Ball and Plinth trunk exercises regimens on trunk control and functional balance in patients with acute stroke:A pilot randomised controlled trail.
  • 5.Idiopathic CD4+T-Lymphocytopenia-A diasnostic Dilemma
  • 6.Comparison of physio ball and plinth trunk exercises regimens on trunk control and functional balance in patients with acute stroke:A pilot randomised controlled trail.
  • 7.Effects of pneumatic abdominal binder and calf compression vs elastic compression bandaging on orthostatic hypotension during tilt table standing following acute stroke : a pilot randomised controlled trail
  • 8.status of current research evidence on diabetic neuropathy from a 40-year quantitative trend analysis of published articles in pubmed: A descriptive study
  • 9.Effectiveness of mirror therapy on lower extremity motor recovery, balance and mobility in patients with acute stroke: A randomised sham-controlled pilot trail.
  • Field of Expertise

  • Neurology
  • Awards & Achievements

  • Distinguished Alumi Award 2013 MAHE
  • Recognised as PhD Guide MAHE March 2013
  • Talks & Publications

    Field of Expertise

  • Neurology
  • Fellowship & Membership

  • 1. Intra rater and intra rater reliability of function in sitting test in acute stroke a cross sectional study
  • 2.Evaluation of the established non-MHC multiple sclerosis loci in an Indian population
  • 3.Optic Neuritis: Experience from a South Indian Demyelinating Disease registry
  • 4.Comparison of Physio Ball and Plinth trunk exercises regimens on trunk control and functional balance in patients with acute stroke:A pilot randomised controlled trail.
  • 5.Idiopathic CD4+T-Lymphocytopenia-A diasnostic Dilemma
  • 6.Comparison of physio ball and plinth trunk exercises regimens on trunk control and functional balance in patients with acute stroke:A pilot randomised controlled trail.
  • 7.Effects of pneumatic abdominal binder and calf compression vs elastic compression bandaging on orthostatic hypotension during tilt table standing following acute stroke : a pilot randomised controlled trail
  • 8.status of current research evidence on diabetic neuropathy from a 40-year quantitative trend analysis of published articles in pubmed: A descriptive study
  • 9.Effectiveness of mirror therapy on lower extremity motor recovery, balance and mobility in patients with acute stroke: A randomised sham-controlled pilot trail.
  • Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Malayalam
  • Hindi
  • Kannada
  • Urdu
  • Awards & Achievements

  • Distinguished Alumi Award 2013 MAHE
  • Recognised as PhD Guide MAHE March 2013
  • Talks & Publications

    Awards & Achievements

  • Distinguished Alumi Award 2013 MAHE
  • Recognised as PhD Guide MAHE March 2013
  • Fellowship & Membership

  • 1. Intra rater and intra rater reliability of function in sitting test in acute stroke a cross sectional study
  • 2.Evaluation of the established non-MHC multiple sclerosis loci in an Indian population
  • 3.Optic Neuritis: Experience from a South Indian Demyelinating Disease registry
  • 4.Comparison of Physio Ball and Plinth trunk exercises regimens on trunk control and functional balance in patients with acute stroke:A pilot randomised controlled trail.
  • 5.Idiopathic CD4+T-Lymphocytopenia-A diasnostic Dilemma
  • 6.Comparison of physio ball and plinth trunk exercises regimens on trunk control and functional balance in patients with acute stroke:A pilot randomised controlled trail.
  • 7.Effects of pneumatic abdominal binder and calf compression vs elastic compression bandaging on orthostatic hypotension during tilt table standing following acute stroke : a pilot randomised controlled trail
  • 8.status of current research evidence on diabetic neuropathy from a 40-year quantitative trend analysis of published articles in pubmed: A descriptive study
  • 9.Effectiveness of mirror therapy on lower extremity motor recovery, balance and mobility in patients with acute stroke: A randomised sham-controlled pilot trail.
  • Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Malayalam
  • Hindi
  • Kannada
  • Urdu
  • Field of Expertise

  • Neurology
  • Talks & Publications

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