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12.02.2020Support Group Meeting on orthosis and its care for children with special needs.

The Support Group of Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy organized a meeting for parents of children with special needs on Tuesday, 28th January 2020 at 11.00 am in the Conference Hall.The aim of the meeting was to create...[Read more +]


27.01.2020Annual Day Report

Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy celebrated its 14th Annual Day and Convocation Ceremony on December 21. 2019. Dr. Rajiv Aggarwal Senior Physiotherapist & In-Charge, Neuro- Physiotherapy Unit, AIIMS, New Delhi and Dr....[Read more +]


27.01.2020Christmas Celebration for the Support Group A Report 24/12/2019

The support group for the parents of the children with disability of the Institute organized a Christmas Celebration on Tuesday, 24th December 2019.  A festival which inspires the spirit of sharing and caring were celebrated...[Read more +]


24.12.2019Ripples 2019

Ripples – Sports and cultural week was organized from 25th November 2019 to 30th November 2019. The students in four houses(Red, Blue, White and Black) participated with Great enthusiasm. All cultural events were held in the Amar...[Read more +]


29.11.2019OBESITY CAMP REPORT

Free obesity awareness camp was organised on 28th of September 2019. The camp was held in Arya Samaj Mandir, Dayanand Vihar, Delhi-110092.Services provided were of blood glucose analysis,HBA1C, body composition, Physiotherapy...[Read more +]


29.11.2019Camp on awareness of Ergonomics and posture assessment

Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy organized a free ergonomic and posture camp on  an alarming problem Camp at Globe capital mkt Ltd, Ansal Bhawan, cannaught place, Delhi  on Saturday, 16th November  2019. The...[Read more +]


13.09.2019FREE OSTEOPOROSIS CAMP Report 28th August 2019

Amar Jyoti Rehabilitation and Research Institute, Department of Physiotherapy (Under Aegis of Amar Jyoti Charitable trust) organized a free Osteoporosis[Read more +]


13.09.2019Workshop- Sensory Integration

The first workshop for the academic year 2019-20 was organized by Institute in collaboration with Society of Indian Physiotherapists in the month of August 2019. This workshop on “Sensory Integration (ASI): Understanding the...[Read more +]


13.09.2019Report Support Group Meeting 6th September 2019

A meeting was organised by Support Group for Parents of Children with Disability, Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy at Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust, Delhi, on Friday, 6th September 2019 between 9.30 am to 11.00 am in the...[Read more +]


14.03.2019PHYSIOTHERAPY IN DIABETES CAMP

To raise the community awareness about the role of physiotherapy in diabetes, a free camp was organized by Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy (University of Delhi) in collaboration with Lioness Club ?Shakti? Ls Meeta Singh,...[Read more +]


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19.09.2015Vertigo Camp

Amar Jyoti Rehabilitation and Research Institute, Department of Physiotherapy...[Read more +]

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04.11.2015Patello femoral pain syndrome

Guest Lecture On “Patello femoral pain syndrome” by Dr. Hemant Juneja Faculty, University of Zealand, Denmark. Date: 16th November 2015 [Read more +]


19.09.2015Obesity lecture swasthya vihar

An awareness lecture on "Role of Physiotherapy in Obesity Management"...[Read more +]

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05.11.2015Zenith 2015 A welcome party for 1st year students

Zenith 2015 A welcome party for 1st year students was celebration on 31st October 2015 .[Read more +]


04.11.2015Neuromuscular control & dynamic stability of lumber spine

Guest Lecture on “Neuromuscular control & dynamic stability of lumber spine’’ by Ms. Annette Jorgensen, senior Lecturer, University of Zealand, Denmark. Date: 20th November 2015[Read more +]


05.11.2015Zenith 2015 A welcome party for 1st year students

Zenith 2015 A welcome party for 1st year students was celebration on 31st October 2015 .[Read more +]


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