Baljeet Kaur is a physical therapist practicing in SARASOTA, FL. Baljeet Kaur specializes in physical treatment to help a patient reduce pain, restore mobility, rehabilitate an injury, or increase movement and overall function. As a physical therapist, Baljeet Kaur can treat multiple conditions with exercises, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, joint mobilization, heat, ice, massage, laser or light therapy and more. Baljeet Kaur will create a treatment plan based on the patients specific injury or condition, and might target a specific body part or body system based on the individual.
Education and Training
Utica College Doctor of Physical Therapy 2012
Manipal College of Allied Heal MPT (Neurology PT) 2007
Manipal College of Allied Heal BPT 2004
Miss Baljeet Kaur, PT, DPT's Expert Contributions
Proper sitting posture is essential. Make sure you keep your back supported while sitting and if possible take a standing break after sitting for 30 min. Chin tucks, rolling shoulder backwards, upper trapezius stretching exercises are recommended at least once every hour to prevent neck muscles from getting tight. READ MORE
I hurt my back as I slipped while dancing. The particular point now hurts a lot. Could it be something serious?
I would certainly see an orthopedic doctor and get MRI for the back. READ MORE
It’s quite possible to develop muscle tightness with prolonged positioning. I would recommend neck and arm stretches and hot pack application. If it doesn’t relieve your pain then follow up with your physician. READ MORE
Certainly! Physical Therapy will help you improve your shoulder joint mobility and stiffness thereby helping you move your arm better resulting in reduced pain. READ MORE
Back pain can be caused due to several reasons. She needs to visit an orthopedic doctor. Back imaging me be necessary to diagnose the pathology. There are different exercises for back but she needs to find out the cause of back pain first so that proper medical management can be provided. Make sure she is maintaining good posture when she sits up and additional support may be provided with use of pillows for her low back. Avoid bending, twisting, prolonged sitting, standing and walking at this time. Take rest. Hot/cold packs may be beneficial. READ MORE
Swelling and pain is a sign of inflammation. I am not sure what is the nature of your bulge. You might want to follow this up with a doctor. In the mean time, try applying ice on the area and see if it helps. READ MORE
She can start some for of therapy right away unless otherwise suggested by the doctor. READ MORE
You need to check with orthopedic doctor- imaging of wrist may be required to find the source of pain. It’s important to keep the wrist in neutral position. Splints may he helpful. READ MORE
Strengthening and weight bearing exercises are recommended in osteoporosis. Check out Juvent’s micro impact platform READ MORE
Proper sitting posture is the key to prevent aches and pains. I recommended using a back support/ pillow to prevent slouching. Sitting for long hours like you do at your job makes your muscles of your hip and knee tight which in long run starts affecting your back. I recommend stretching exercises and good core strengthening exercises. You might want to see a physical therapist to show you proper form of doing these exercises. I hope that helps! READ MORE
You might need to check your knees with an x-ray to make sure your cartilage is intact first READ MORE
I was diagnosed with torticollis and need to go to physical therapy. What kind of treatment will I receive?
Physical therapy will help address the tightness of your neck muscles and strengthen muscles in the area which will help you with your posture and alignment. READ MORE
- American Physical Therapy Association
- Indian Association of Physiotherapy
Professional Society Memberships
- Indian Association of Physical Therapists
What do you attribute your success to?
- She taught while living in India, and has had articles published in the Indian Journal of Physical Therapy.Baljeet is passionate about what she does. She has always had an interest in healthcare and neurology. She owes her success to her parents.
Hobbies / Sports
- Playing volleyball, badminton, kayaking, being at the beach, and ice skating.
Miss Baljeet Kaur, PT, DPT's Practice location
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