Motivating patients to follow through with their exercises, as well as Home Exercise Plans, is a challenge in itself. Let’s have a look at what Dr Ajay has to contribute.
Today, we interviewed Dr Ajay Khushwaha, who has two years of experience as a clinic physio practitioner.
When a patient comes to me for the first time, I carefully notice their posture and their gait, i.e. the way they are walking. Through these two things, I get an idea of what their affected body parts are and how I will design a recovery plan.
Well, there are many questions, but mainly, everyone wants quick results. So patients mostly ask, “how much time will it take to get rid of the pain”.
When a patient is going through a lot of pain, it’s natural to get demotivated. I always try to motivate them with my positive thoughts according to their current conditions.
I am really looking for the Delhi AIIMS physio conference. For me, it’s an event having a sack of knowledge and amazing experience.
if there’s one thing I’m eagerly looking forward to, it is a separate physiotherapy body for better functioning and funds.
The Bottom Line
It has been two years since Dr Ajay has been working in the physiotherapy industry, and he has been utterly patient while treating patients. He believes motivating patients who have lost hope in being able to move is necessary and the most crucial part of the process.