• Brief Profile

    Dr Ashish Bawa is guest faculty with Dept. of INGAF, Ministry of Finance, Govt of India . He graduated in Occupational Therapy and Post Graduated in Stress Management. He is faculty to Pioneer University, UK and has authored a specialising course in Geriatric Medicine. He has been in practice since 1998 and contributing write ups and columns to various magazines and newspapers. His clinic address: The Apollo Clinic, Rajouri Garden, Delhi; MKW Hospital, Rajouri Garden, Delhi. He has been conducting seminars and workshops in "Ergonomics & Stress Management".


    His fields of interest are rehabilitation of Neuro pediatric cases like Cerebral Palsy (Spastic), Autism, Spina Bifida. Neurological cases like Stroke (Hemiplegia), Parkinson's Disease, etc. His role in their rehabilitation is towards the joint protection, attaining of voluntary control over their body, protecting them from complications like bed sores, contractures/ deformities and targeting them towards self dependence. The other field of interest is ergonomic (workplace medicine) and stress management for, which he conducts workshops at corporate and institutional level.


Questions Answered by me

Mental Retardation is a phenomenon in which special care/ education is the best treatment to enhance the skills and the capabilities of the...

Answered on : 07 Feb 2010

First of all, you need to cut down on weight with polio-affected leg. Secondly, the limp could be because of thinning (wasting) of leg and also...

Answered on : 02 Jan 2010

The younger daughter is in mid teens and this is the age when a teenager feels that he/she is at par or has as good understanding as any grown up...

Answered on : 23 Oct 2009

Since the facial palsy is recent, the drug therapy and exercise therapy plus precautions act as a team for faster recovery. First, the right side...

Answered on : 24 Feb 2009

If as a parent, you find significant improvement in your child’s brachial plexus injury, then let the exercise and time play its major role....

Answered on : 10 Feb 2009

The symptom of stiff neck turned to one (right) side depicts that there has not been integration of normal reflexes which happens with normal...

Answered on : 21 Nov 2008
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