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Dr. Nupoor Shroff

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Dr. Nupoor Shroff

Dr. Nupoor Shroff (PT, DPT) graduated from Utica College with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2018. Born and raised in India, she earned a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy in 2012. She has a broad clinical background treating patients of different age groups including adolescents, young and mature adults, and senior citizens. Dr. Shroff has over seven years of experience treating various orthopedic musculo-skeletal conditions, pre and post-operative conditions, gait, postural, balance dysfunctions, sports injury, occupational injuries, and various other neuro-muscular conditions.

Dr. Shroff utilizes a holistic approach to develop individualized, patient-specific treatment plans. She incorporates evidence-based assessments and treatments to determine the root cause of the patient's condition.  Over the years, she has taken various courses in manual therapy, chronic pain management, and functional training that has helped her develop a well-rounded skill set. Some of her treatment methods include, but are not limit to, Exercise Therapy, Manual Therapy techniques such as McKenzie’s MDT, Maitland’s mobilizations, Mulligan’s MWM,  Functional Training, neuro-muscular reeducation, and Kinesio taping. She strongly believes that effective integration of physical, mental, emotional, and social aspects of healthcare enhances patient engagement, compliance with care, and effectiveness of chronic pain management. Having committed to a life-long learning process, and to stay current in her field, she continues to expand her knowledge base through various continuing education courses and is working towards board certifications.

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Physical Therapy Procedures

Therapeutic Exercises

Active or passive movements prescribed to correct impairments, restore muscular, and skeletal function and/or maintain a state of well-being.

Joint Mobilization

Passive movement techniques and manual therapy to restore the normal joint play that might have been compromised by damage or injury.

McKenzie Method

Progressive series of positions, maneuvers, and exercises to extend the spine which provide significant pain relief for certain patients.

IASTM / Graston Technique

Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that uses specially designed stainless-steel instruments to detect and treat soft tissue fibrosis (scar tissue) or chronic inflammation in muscles, tendons and ligaments.

Kinesiotaping

The Kinesio Taping® Method is a therapeutic taping technique which alleviates pain and facilitates lymphatic drainage by microscopically lifting the skin.

Neuro-muscular Re-education

Therapeutic techniques to train (or re-train) your muscles, your brain, and the nerves used for them to communicate with each other to improve movement, strength, balance, and function.

Functional Training

Customized training programs to prepare your body for life’s daily movement and activities using whole body integration – engaging multiple joint and muscle groups as well as the brain to work together.

Electrical Stimulation

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) or E-Stim uses low voltage electrical current to provide pain relief and stress in soft tissues.

Hot / Cold Therapy

Ice packs are used for acute injuries or pain, along with inflammation and swelling. Heat packs for muscle pain or stiffness.

Ultrasound

Application of sound waves to cause microscopic vibrations in deep tissue molecules to warm and increase metabolism for pain relief and to promote tissue healing.

Trigger Point Release

Includes specific manipulations to the muscles, fascia, and connective tissues to improve circulation, promote healing, and reduce pain.

Cupping

A form of alternative medicine in which a local suction is created on the skin to facilitate healing by increasing circulation in the immediate area.

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