MAEER’s MIP, Latur shines at 51st IAP Conference, Goa The MAEER’s MIP College of Physiotherapy, Latur brought a pride & success to MIT Group by means of outstanding performance shown by skilled Faculties & beloved Students at 51st National Conference of Indian Association of Physiotherapist, Goa. It secured the Prize Winning Position among 2000 delegates from the India & Abroad.
Dr Amit V Nagrale, Associate Professor, MIP College of Physiotherapy, Latur has published Textbook on “Biomechanics of Joints”. His work was appreciated a lot by Dr U.S Mohanty, President IAP & Senior members of body across the India. This subject is the soul of physiotherapy fraternity, lacking the contribution from the Indian Authors. It is a matter of utmost pride for MIT group that one of our faculty has taken an initiative to move a step ahead in this corner. Looking at the quality of work, this textbook will be included in MUHS, Nasik Curriculum very soon.
Dr T. Suresh Kumar, Assistant Professor MIP College of Physiotherapy, Latur secured 3rd Prize in Senior Paper Category in the Scientific Session of 51st IAP Conference, Goa. His topic was “Evaluation of Inter-rater Reliability to measure Hand & Arm Function in Reaching Performance Scale for stroke patients”.
Dr T Suresh Kumar with Dr Amit V Nagrale
Ms Anuja Katale & Mr Dilip Kendre, Final Year students of MIP College of Physiotherapy, Latur shined at the National Level Poster Competition in 51st IAP Conference, Goa. They both shared the 2nd Prize for best Poster Category (Student Forum). Ms Anuja presented her study on “ Pain Catastrophizing, Kinesiophobia & Psychological Aspects in Chronic Low Back Pain” guided by Dr Sumit Inani, Asst Prof MIP College of Physiotherapy, Latur. Mr Dilip expressed his views on “Prevalence of Musculoskeletal Problems associated with the use of Laptop Computers among college students & ergonomic recommendations” guided by Dr T Suresh Kumar Asst Prof MIP College of Physiotherapy, Latur.
Ms Anuja Katale with Mr Dilip Kendre
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