Namita completed her undergraduate degree in India in 2007, followed by the completion of her Masters Degree in Manual and Sports Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 2009.
She has worked in hospitals, has extensive work history in private practices and tutored at University of South Australia’s School of Physiotherapy.
Her treatment methods include manual therapy (mobilisation of the joints – spinal and peripheral) followed by strengthening work (Pilates based) with a strong emphasis on education for all Musculoskeletal and Sports Injuries. Over the past 11 years of working in private practice, Namita had successfully treated various Musculoskeletal conditions like headaches, shoulder, lower back , knee and ankle pain.
She started her Physiotherapy career in Australia post her Masters at Dance Medicine Australia (DMA) Clinical Pilates and Physiotherapy in Melbourne where she had the opportunity to work with the Director Craig Philips and became a qualified Clinical Pilates physiotherapist. She then went on to working in private practices specialising in Sports and Musculoskeletal physiotherapy in Adelaide. Her keen interest in teaching got her into tutoring Health Sciences students at UNISA for 4 years. She also worked as a research assistant at UNISA learning and expanding her research knowledge and skills .
Her keen interest in Sports Physiotherapy, Pilates and Manual Therapy bought her to back to Melbourne where she started has continued to expand and incorporate her Manual and Pilates skills and knowledge here at Dynamic Stability, along with expanding her Sports knowledge and experience.
In the last year, Namita has had the opportunity to travel as Sports and Manual Physiotherapist with the following teams:
- Under 15 girls –Hockey National Championship in Wollongong , April 2018
- Hockey Men’s Masters in Ballena and Lismore , Sep 2018
- Under 21 Girl’s Indoor Hockey Tournament in Goulburn , Jan 2019
- The Ivor Burge Championship for Basketball at the AIS in Canberra
Her work with the Ivor Burge Team got her to get selected for the Physiotherapist position for the Australian Girls Team – Australian Pearls for the Global Games in Brisbane in October 2019.
She is also currently working as a Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with the VFL team – Coburg Lions.
Finally, her keen interest in teaching has led her to tutor on the APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association) Manual and Sports course with Specialist Sports Physiotherapist Trish Wisbey Roth on cervical and thoracic mobilisation and treatment in Merimbula in 2018.