About us

At myPhysio we offer two specialties and encourage active participation in achieving health goals through our specially designed exercise classes:

Musculoskeletal, Orthopaedic and Sports Physiotherapy

Dr. Debashish Das

Dr. Debashish Das (Physiotherapist) is an accredited and registered physiotherapist with the Delhi Council of Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists (DCPTOT) Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP) and the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APAM). He is an associate member of Sports Medicine Australia and Sports Physiotherapy Australia. Upon completion of his post-graduation in Orthopaedics at the University of South Australia, he developed niche expertise in the conservative management of acute trauma, working in an advanced role in an Emergency Department at Flinders Medical Centre, Adelaide. Debashish has also been involved in providing acute care and rehabilitation to sports persons and during sporting events.

Debashish has established himself as an Orthopaedic and Sports Physiotherapist Consultant, assessing, diagnosing and managing the rehabilitation of wide ranging clientele of different ages and musculoskeletal needs. Whether you are an athlete, an office worker or a retiree you will find that Debashish can offer you just the care that you need.


Dr. Tina Teckchandani

Dr. Tina Teckchandani (Physiotherapist) is an orthopaedic physiotherapist working at myPhysio since November 2015. She offers specialised rehabilitation for a variety of orthopaedic conditions including post fracture and post surgical rehabilitation, sporting injuries and also the prescription of general conditioning and fitness programs. Tina especially enjoys spinal rehabilitation and provides expert help in the recovery from headaches, neck pain and lower back injuries.

Tina completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Sardar Bhagwan Singh Post Graduate Institute of Biomedical Sciences and Research (SBSPGI), Dehradun in 2011 and Post-Graduation in Orthopaedics (Manual Therapy), Gold Medalist, from Manipal College of Allied Health Sciences (MCOAHS), Manipal University – Bengaluru Campus in 2015. She's also a certified Dry Needling Practioner from the Dry Needling Institute (DNI).

Tina has interest in research and has advanced postgraduate level training in evidence based research. She presented her work on fitness training for asthmatics at a Physiotherapy Conference in Delhi in 2019. She has updated her skills in clinical reasoning, individual joint assessments, soft tissue manipulation, exercise prescription and various manual therapy and taping techniques. Tina also has experience conducting aqua therapy and land based exercise classes. 


Dr. Chhavi Kalra

Dr Chhavi Kalra is an Orthopaedic Physiotherapist working at myPhysio since May 2018. Chhavi completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Institute of Rehabilitation and Allied Sciences in 2011 (GGSIPU) followed by post-graduation in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2014.

Chhavi has a special interest in women’s health and pelvic health.  She enjoys working with women during the childbearing years to maintain optimum health and fitness in the pre, ante and post- natal periods. She is undertaking advanced training in the management of pelvic floor dysfunction and enjoys assisting women and men with pelvic floor dysfunction (which may include urinary or anal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, constipation or obstructed defecation  and pelvic pain).   Chhavi also very much enjoys working with our senior communities, promoting the maintenance of physical fitness and optimising functional capacity. Taking into account the range of health conditions that can affect us as we age, Chhavi designs programs to help her patients to enjoy an active lifestyle.

Chhavi also enjoys assisting people to keep fit and to keep metabolic diseases at bay.  She runs high intensity interval training circuit classes where participants enjoy individualised exercise routines with the benefit of a closely supervised, small-group environment.


Pelvic floor and Continence Rehabilitation

Dr. Rebekah Das (Physiotherapist, PhD) specialises in the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction. This includes bladder and bowel control problems, pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse. Rebekah is an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of South Australia, where she has taught in the undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy programmes since 2001. Rebekah maintains an active role at the University of South Australia. 

Rebekah has presented her research at international conferences and has served as a member of the Physiotherapy Committee of the International Continence Society. Rebekah is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. No matter your gender or age, if you are troubled by bladder or bowel control problems, or pelvic pain or discomfort, Rebekah will be able to help you.


Cr Chhavi Kalra

Dr Chhavi Kalra works as both an orthopaedic and pelvic health physiotherapist.  She has undertaken advanced training in the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction which includes urinary and anal incontinence, overactive bladder, constipation, obstructed defecation and pelvic pain. Chhavi also conducts ante and post natal exericse classes to assist women in their childbearing years to maintain optimum health and fitness.


Fitness and weight loss classes

At myPhsyio we encourage our patients to engage in physical activity to optimise their health according to world health organisation guidelines.

We offer closely supervised, individualised exercise classes based on the scientific principles of high intensity interval training. Participants exercise in a small group circuit-class, completing exercises specifically designed to meet their individual goals. Regular assessments are scheduled to monitor the achievement of health and fitness goals. If you would like to exercise in a clean, safe and enjoyable environment with a physiotherapist closely supervising your progress, these classes are for you. We can cater our exercises to all ages and fitness levels.

Classes last 45 minutes including warm up and cool down. Please contact us for details of timing and packages.


Ante and post natal exercise classes

At myPhsyio women are encouraged to exercise safely during their pregnancy and in the post natal recovery period. In particular, with growing international evidence of the importance of protecting the pelvic floor for long term pelvic health, carefully constructed and individualised pelvic floor exercises are included in our exercise programs. We also include discussion and education on pertinent topics relevant to pregnant women and new mothers during our classes and encourage women to bring their babies with them to classes if they would like to.


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