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National conference of Indian physiotherapists focus on fitness in the pandemic situation Medical Conference

National conference of Indian physiotherapists focus on fitness in the pandemic situation

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 18 May 2022, 01:10 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: The Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP) recently held their 59th national conference in Kolkata.

Physiotherapists from across the country attended the conference which had ‘Fitness in Covid’ as the theme.

Chief Guest of the event are: Dr Suhrita Paul, vice chancellor of West Bengal University of Health Sciences and Sanjay Singh, IPS, IG, Government of West Bengal.

The conference's aim was is to understand the importance of physiotherapists and the role of physiotherapy during COVID-19 as well as in the post COVID-19 scenario, which formed the core of the discussions.

Discussions also revolved around The National Commission for Allied and Healthcare Profession Act for Physiotherapy and its implementation.

Members  of the organisation who took an active part in holding this 59th conference were National President Dr. Sanjiv Kr Jha, National General Secretary Dr. K.M. Annamalai, National Treasurer Dr. Ruchi Varshney, Organising Chairman Dr. Rishi Raj, Organising Secretary Dr. Arindam Seth, West Bengal Branch IAP President Dr. Kousik Dey, and Vice president Dr. Kousik Mallik along with the national and state executive committees.