Dr. Aditi Singh (consultant physiotherapist and nutritionist) is the owner of Zone Active Physio Care. She has a passion for helping people reach their full potential and improve their quality of life.
Dr. Singh has a long and impressive career as a physiotherapist, spanning over 15 years and including stints at some of India’s most prestigious institutions. She has been an assistant professor at Doon P.G. Paramedical College and Hospital in Dehradun since January 2019 and was formerly a consultant physiotherapist at KSNR from January 2020 through September 2021. In addition, Dr. Singh worked as an assistant professor at Teerthanker Mahaveer University in Moradabad from January 2013 through October 2013 and SLNG Institute of Physiotherapy in Jodhpur from August 2012-January 2013 before becoming a clinical physiotherapist at Ortho Neuro Physiotherapy Clinic in Noida from September 2011 through February 2012.
She has a Masters of Physiotherapy (Cardiopulmonary) degree from College of Applied Education and Health Sciences Meerut, CCS University in Uttar Pradesh, India; a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy from Doon P.G. paramedical college Dehradun HNB Garhwal University; and a PG Diploma in Diet and Nutrition.
Overall 5 year of clinical experience .
Formerly worked at Revival Heathcare.in Noida
Worked with Mehta Healthcare Hospital in Himachal Pradesh.
Worked at KSNR in vasant kunj New Delhi.
Expertise in handling critical Neuro and Spine conditions.
At Zone Active Physio Care, we believe in the power of movement. Our mission is to provide advanced and affordable physiotherapy rehabilitation services to Indian and international patients. We understand that each patient has a different story, and our goal is to help them get back to their normal lives.
Our team comprises professional therapists who are highly qualified in their field. We handle the most critical cases of overseas patients like traumatic brain injuries, stroke, burn cases (bomb blast injuries, gunshot injuries), spinal cord injury, etc. and try to give them maximum level of recovery and independence.