- Masters in physiotherapy (MPT) - Masters Degree,
Ishfaq Bashir Bhat
IIUM Kuantan Campus
KULLIYYAH OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES
ISHFAQ BASHIR BHAT MPT,
MIAP, FIMT, LASHS, CNDP
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, skype; ibashirbhat
Mattan Anantnag Kashmir india .
To work with energy and enthusiasm in a team
and to build relationships based on integrity, respect and trust.
To be contributing asset in the field of
Physiotherapy, this will provide me exciting
opportunities to utilize my skills in an
organization which rewards
performance with responsibilities &
A highly motivated, confident individual with
exceptional multi-tasking andorganizational skills.Able to communicate
effectively and sensitively with patients to maximize the rehabilitation.
Pleasing personality and ability to cope up with workload. Good listening
skills and professional mannerism and ethics. Dedicated and Ready and
qualified for the next stage in a successful career and looking forward to
making a significant contribution as a physiotherapist.
client facing skillsand the ability to work closely with other health care
professionals to assess a patients' needs and devise suitable treatment plans
in working with tertiary care hospital.
console patient with physical and psychological issues .
Name of degree
Name of university
Bachelors of Physiotherapy
Govt. Medical college Jammu (jammu university)
Masters in physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal disorders and Sports
Rajiv Gandhi university of health sciences
Fellowship diploma in manual therapy
London academy of sports and health sciences
Dry needling practitioner course CNDT
Club Physio south Africa
ORTHOPEADIC WELCARE CENTRE – BANGALORE (INDIA)
Physiotherapist (July 2015 – September 2016)
Department: Advanced Physiotherapy and Sports
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES – BANGALORE (INDIA)
Lecturer and clinical therapist (October
2015 – 31 November 2018 )
Department: Advanced Physiotherapy and Sports
a high standard of physiotherapy service to patients.
theory and clinical classes for undergraduate and post graduate students.
& prioritizing own workload & delegating responsibilities accordingly.
in ward rounds, meetings and case conferences.
and teaching recently qualified physiotherapist interns, undergraduate and PG
planning and delivering care plans in response to complex needs.
all complaints/incidents to senior managers & documenting them.
relevant standards and policies.
urgent referrals and emergency cases.
physiotherapy and treatment for both outpatients and inpatients. Responsible for
managing a clinical caseload, providing physiotherapy assessment and treatment to
the highest standard.
within-patients of respiratory and chest physiotherapy in intensive care unit
and highly dependent unit, orthopedic and Musculoskeletal, Acute and chronic
Neurological department .
manual therapy and dry needling practitioner with high manual therapy and dry
KEY SKILLS AND
to manage escalations, issues and risks.
of dealing with emotional and stressful situations.
motivate others through effective communication skills.
to deal with hostility in the form of verbal and physical aggression.
to work independently in busy environment.
developed dexterity, co-ordination and palpation skills for assessment.
aware of fire, health & safety and other departmental policies.
East point medical college and research centre – Bangalore
1st December 2018 to present
Assistant professor and clinical therapist
To take classes for physiotherapy students
To manage and provide standardized treatment for out
and in patients.
college Jammu – Jammu (INDIA)
intern (November 2012 – April 2013)
Department: Physiotherapy department
a high standard of physiotherapy service to patients under the supervision of
physiotherapy and treatment for both outpatients and inpatients. Responsible
for managing a clinical caseload, providing physiotherapy assessment and
treatment to the highest standard under supervision of senior physiotherapist.
with department of Neuroscience, Pediatrics, Musculoskeletal, Medicine ,
Surgery , Gynecology.
with department of Cardiac care unit , Intensive care unit, Cancer care unit ,
Highly dependent unit ( head injury)
One day workshop at Sahyog India Rehabilitation
Centre, R.S. Pura, Jammu.
Two day workshop about vestibular
rehabilitation at Oxford College of physiotherapy Bangalore.
Two day workshop on exercise prescription at
Oxford College of physiotherapy.
One day workshop on trigger point and dry
needling at Nargund college of physiotherapy Bangalore.
One day workshop on sensory integration in at
Dr. Ambedkar Medical college . (2014)
Has completed Course in Basic
life support conducted by INSCOL Academy in association with American Heart
Association 3rd May 2016
ü Physiocon 2017 held at NIMHANS. Awarded with young achievers award
in field of physiotherapy.
ü Attended CME on total knee
replacement organized by Karnataka state
physiotherapy federation and Vikram hospital in april 2017.
ü Workshop on cardiopulmonary
rehabilitation on 7th January 2018 in Saguna Hospital
ü Attended CME on hip fractures and Rehabilitation and patient
management for Parkinson disease organized by Colombia Asia referral
Hospital16th june 2018.
days conference of North Zone Indian Association of Orthopaedics held at
Medical College, Jammu.
One day Annual conference Bangalore
physiotherapy network annual ( 2014)
Bangalore physiotherapy network annual
One day conference Physiocon as organising secretary Jammu and Kashmir (2016)
ü One day conference Physiocon at NIMHANS hospital Bangalore .
Awarded with young achievers award in field of physiotherapy.
day conference Physiocon 2018 NIMHANS
ü Attended 57th IAP national conference on 1st
and 2nd February 2018.
Certified courses :
month course in manual therapy by federation of Indian manual therapy
Fellowship Diploma in manual therapy by Landon Academy of sports
and health sciences-UK ( 2016)
needling practioner course level-I and
advanced Level –II ( CLUB PHYSIO)
Webinar on Kinesio Taping- Fashion Accessory
or Must Have Skill?, with Chris McNicholl on March 31, 2015, with 1.25 hours of
CPD, conducted by Physiotherapy Webinar Club®(www.physiowebinars.com).
Webinar on Taping for Musculoskeletal
Conditions, with Chris McNicholl on March 24, 2015, with 1.5 hours of CPD,
conducted by Physiotherapy Webinar Club®(www.physiowebinars.com).
Webinar on kinesio taping – fashion accessory
or must have skill with Chris McNicoll
31, 2015, with 1.5 hours of CPD, conducted by Physiotherapy Webinar Club®(www.physiowebinars.com).
Webinar on Low Back Pain & The STarT Back
Approach To Treatment, with Kay Stevenson & Gail Sowden, Consultant
Physiotherapists at Keele Universityon December 9, 2014, with 1 hour of CPD,
conducted by Physiotherapy Webinar Club®(www.physiowebinars.com
Rehabilitating Knee Ligament Injuries In Sport, with David Fevreon
December 3, 2014, with 1 hour of CPD, conducted by Physiotherapy Webinar Club®(www.physiowebinars.com
Course on low back pain jointly conducted by physiopedia plus four weeks
duration (16 credit hours) completed on
2nd May , 2016
on” Introduction to Neurology”
jointly conducted by physio-pedia Plus four week duration (16 credit hours )
completed on 22nd may , 2016.
on” Understanding pain ” jointly
conducted by physio-pedia Plus four week duration (16.5 credit hours )
completed on 31st may , 2016.
on” Movement Dysfunction ”
jointly conducted by physio-pedia Plus four week duration (10.9 credit hours )
completed on 26th July , 2016.
on” STROKE ” jointly conducted
by physio-pedia Plus four week duration (11.6 credit hours ) completed on 26th
July , 2016.
on” TENDINOPATHY ” jointly
conducted by physio-pedia Plus four week duration (16 credit hours ) completed
on 1st September , 2016.
Course on “RESPIRATORY MUSCLE TRAINING “ jointly conducted by physio pedia
plus four weeks (5 credit hours) completed on 14th September , 2016.
Course on “INTRODUCTION TO KNEE JOINT“ jointly conducted by physio pedia plus
four weeks (5 credit hours) completed on 13th December , 2016.
- “FOUNDATIONS OF PAIN ONLINE COURSE” conducted by Modern Pain care (3 credit hours) completed on 2nd April 2020 (https://www.modernpaincare.com/courses) ·
- Completed the eLearning course Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy Course CPC conducted by Metro North Hospital and Health Service through the Clinical Skills Development Service (CSDS) (Duration: 3 hours) on 27th may 2020 (https://csds.qld.edu.au/courses) ·
- Completed the eLearning course “Airway Suctioning via the Oropharynx and Nasopharynx ASON” conducted by Metro North Hospital and Health Service through the Clinical Skills Development Service (CSDS) (Duration: 3 hours) on 5thth June 2020 (https://csds.qld.edu.au/courses) ·
- Completed the eLearning course Cardiorespiratory acute paediatric physiotherapy (CAPP) conducted by Metro North Hospital and Health Service through the Clinical Skills Development Service (CSDS) (Duration: 6 hours) on 22th October 2020 (https://csds.qld.edu.au/courses)
Ø Faith and confidence in Allah
communication to ensure individual care
and hard working
communication and presentation skill
to work in multi-culture environment and is result oriented
to and appreciative of new ideas
to quickly learn and apply knowledge in context.
Ø Good time
maangement skills and abilities to lead and motivate
- Date of Birth: 13th July 1986wLanguages: English, Hindi, urdu, kanada, kashmiri, Arabic .
Marital status: unmarried wNationality: Indian
DHA EXAM CLEARED
Dr V.R Ayyapan (PT)
Karnataka state physiotherapy federation
C.K Senthil kumar
Dean and Director Hosmat Hospital Educational Institutes.
Physiotherapist Rashid Hospital Dubai
Area of Specialisation
- Medical And Health ~ Medical And Health Sciences ~ Clinical Medicine ~ Physical Therapy - Physical Therapy
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