Dr. Manju Gyawali is the head of the department of physiotherapy and rehabilitation, Nepal Mediciti hospital. She is the scholar of Ph.D. at Mahidol University in neurological rehabilitation with super specialization in stroke rehabilitation. she finished her post-graduation in neurological and psychosomatic disorders from Rajiv Gandhi University of health sciences with clinical learning from best government Neuro hospital of India that is NIMHANS (National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Deemed University, India) and her BPT from the same university. She has done a various fellowship and extensive training from the recognized national and International centers in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
She had 10 years of experiences in the field of pain management, neurological rehabilitation, back pain management and so on. She started her carrier from KIST medical college and hospital and after her post-graduation, she joined Annapurna neurological institute of health sciences and she was the head of the department of rehabilitation. she worked as a visiting consultant in an Orchid Rehabilitation Center, CIWEC, and Annapurna Rehabilitation Center. She was also the part of the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS). She has worked in government level for various policies making.
Dr. Manju has a keen interest in research and has attended and presented in various national and international conferences, workshops, CPD, and CME regularly. she has her original article, review article, publications in books and case reports. she has been a guest faculty in various prestigious medical meetings. She is the part of the scientific committee of Nepal physiotherapy association. She has also organized various international and national conferences, CME, CPD.
National TV and radio have covered her interview many times regarding the importance and need for physiotherapy and rehabilitation in various diseases.
Broad and lifetime member of Nepal physiotherapy association
Indian association of physiotherapy
Federation of Indian manual therapists
World Confederation of physiotherapy
Received various awards in academic and Nonacademic activities
Coordinator at Annapurna Rehabilitation Center by Neuro foundation Nepal for Earthquake Survivors.
Camp on ‘Importance of Physiotherapy for Woman’ International Woman Day
Organizing various classes for physiotherapists on Neurorehabilitation
Multiple Sclerosis Motor Neuron Disease (ALS)
Peripheral nerve injury
Brachial plexus injury
Traumatic brain injury
Spinal cord injury
Spinal problem (back and cervical pain with or without nerve compression)