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FALLS PREVENTION CAMP.


08.02.2019 -

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31st January 2019

Amar Jyoti Rehabilitation and Research Institute, Department of Physiotherapy (Under Aegis of Amar Jyoti Charitable trust) organised a free Falls Prevention Camp at Aashirwad Old Age Home, Karkardooma Institutional Area, New Delhi-92 on Thursday 31st January 2019.
For the first time, the camp was organised for old age home members with the objective of providing an awareness lecture on active ageing, fall in elderly, progressing of imbalance with ageing, role of physiotherapy to improve balance, fall prevention and exercises. The 7 team members of Institute including two Assistant Professors, one Post Graduate student and four internship students conducted the camp.


Dr.Sampada S Jahagirder (PT)

Dr.Thaiba Reinai (PT)

Assistant Professor                                                                      

Assistant Professor

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