Dr. Rajani patil is a spine and sports physiotherapy specialist with 15 years of extensive hands-on experience at performance enhancement, injury prevention and rehab for athletes. Dr. Patil has the highest level of physiotherapy qualification with a doctor of physical therapy (dpt) degree from a.T. Still university, the united states of america (usa). She also has certification in mckenzie mechanical diagnosis and therapy (cert. Mdt, usa), advanced training in maitland manual therapy (usa), and specialization in sports rehab by north american sports management institute (nasmi, usa). Dr patil has extensive experience in both india (7 years) and usa (8 years) working for the prevention and treatment of knee, ankle/ foot, shoulder and spine injuries/surgeries. Dr patil’s treatment philosophy is not only to help one find relief now, but also to give tools for continued good health. She focuses her treatment regime on systematic exercises, lifestyle and ergonomics corrections and nutrition. She is a practitioner of evidence based treatment protocols and continuous up gradation of professional knowledge. Her research articles have been published in the indian association of physiotherapy (iap) journal and the times of india. Dr patil is the founder of orthosports physiotherapy with three clinic locations across mumbai. She is a sports physiotherapy consultant for the bombay presidency golf club; adidas sponsored marathon events as a gait-analysis expert; on specialist panel with fitness groups, etc. She frequently conducts health awareness and fitness related programs and workshops across mumbai. Some of the organizations that have benefited from her expertise are: times of india, hsbc, mahindra logistics, asirt, life insurance round table and pnb housing finance, medtronics, pinstorm advertising, reliance cement, dockendale and many others. She is a published author. Her research paper effectiveness of conservative treatments for lumbo-sacral pain has been published in the indian association of physiotherapy (iap) journal, volume 3- issue 2- october 2007. She has had a few articles published in the ‘times of india’ over the past one year. She also has conducted several health awareness programs at times of india, Hsbc,mahindra logistics,asirt (it professional’s association),many housing societies,portuguese church,nm medical,and many more across mumbai over the past 3 years.