Ripu completed her Bachelors of Physiotherapy in the year 2009. In the span of over 10 years as an allied health professional, Ripu has gained extensive experience across a broad range of physiotherapy streams including geriatrics, orthopedics, musculoskeletal, cardio thoracic and neuro-rehab.
With a strong passion to make a difference, Ripu firmly believes in the effectiveness of physiotherapy to help improve the quality of life for elderly who is suffering from pain, and enjoys treating with a wide range of therapeutic physiotherapy techniques. She has a strong emphasis on clear and regular communication with her clients and residential aged care providers through a multi-disciplinary approach which will assist to achieve the best possible fucntional outcomes for the consumers in care.
“I contemplate that being a physiotherapist at Aged Care Rehabilitaion Services (ACRS) has been a huge privilege as I get to embark on the journey of rehabilitation within residential and community aged care sector with my clients. Moreover, as I enjoy working closely with elderly population towards a common goal and I feel the happiest when I am able to assist them in overcoming difficulties in Activities of Daily Living (ADL`s) and successfully assist for them to return to their maximum fucntional independence”.
Clinical Areas of Interest:
- Aged Care Physiotherapy and Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Therapeutic Pain Management
- In Home Physiotherapy through Community Based Rehabilitation
- Post-hospital and post- operative Rehabilitation such as hip and knee replacements
- Functional assessments and Falls Prevention Programs
Ripu`s current treatment and service area includes Perth southern suburbs. She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and the Indian Association of Physiotherapists. When Ripu is not working she enjoys spending time with her family and young twins, traveling and gardening.