Jalandhar 11 September (Jaswinder Azad)- ‘World Physiotherapy Day’ was celebrated at Lyallpur Khalsa College Jalandhar under the guidance of College Principal Dr. Gurpinder Singh Samra along with Dr. Raju Sharma, Head of Department Physiotherapy. This program was based on the recognition of physiotherapy as a science that has revolutionized the process of human recovery from various ailments. As per the proceedings of this program, an impressive rally was carried out in the college campus which was participated in by students from various classes. College Principal Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra addressed the occasion by appreciating the role played by such functions in spreading awareness regarding physiotherapy and its enormous benefits to mankind. The students of Bachelors in Physiotherapy (Final year) also enacted an impressive play highlighting the importance of the science named physiotherapy. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Raju Sharma, Head of the Physiotherapy Department highlighted the change in modern lifestyle as the major reason behind various emerging problems concerning neck, disc, knees and other joints and ligaments of human body whilst also informing that Physiotherapy plays a major role in curing such ailments without the use of traditional medication. It was also mentioned that the process of Physiotherapy must be carried out by experts and specialists of the subject and not by the amateurs. The impressive rally that began in the college campus was successfully carried out to the District Deputy Commissioner’s Office Complex, where in students were carrying various banners and posters depicting valuable messages concerning physiotherapy. The entire faculty of the Department of Physiotherapy namely Dr. Jaswant Kaur, Dr. Priyank Sharda, Dr. Richa Sharma, Dr. Komal and Dr. Rajveer Kaur contributed immensely in the successful presentation of the program. Dr. Raju Sharma, Head, Physiotherapy Department presented the vote of thanks to formally conclude the program.
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