Vaidehi graduated in 2018 from the University of Waterloo with a BSC. (Hon) in Kinesiology, double minoring in Rehabilitation Sciences and Medical Physiology with a Specialization in Pre-Health. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 2020 with a MSc. in Physiotherapy and is pursuing her aspiration of working in an Orthopaedic clinical setting.
Vaidehi’s treatment philosophy revolves around using an active and hands-on approach that combines patient education, manual therapy and a home exercise program to get patients back to their functional activities. She treated a wide range of populations in a variety of settings including individuals suffering from low back pain, arthritis, post-operative surgeries, rotator cuff injuries, and neurological conditions including spinal cord injuries, stroke, MS, and Parkinson’s Disease. In addition, she took a course in Upper extremity rehabilitation and has gained exposure to the McKenzie approach and Mulligan concept. She is a strong believer of continuing education and is in the process of pursuing her manual therapy levels from the Orthopaedic Division of Manual Therapy.