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Unleash the Power of Physical Therapy with PT Dhruvi Parmar

Physical therapy gives patients the tools they need to be active, maintain peak performance, and reduce their chance of getting hurt by proactively recognizing possible risk factors.


Who did we Interview?

Dhruvi Parmar is a highly optimistic and passionate freelance physiotherapist with extensive experience of more than three years. Her areas of specialization include orthopedics and sports medicine. She goes above and beyond to inspire and motivate people on their road to recovery out of a genuine dedication to promoting holistic well-being and providing individualized treatment.

Starting with the Questionnaire

Question 1: How do you balance your career as a physiotherapist with your work as a fashion model?

Not just do physiotherapy and fashion modeling; I sing as well, and we have a band. It’s not about balancing between two; it’s about the passion you have to do a certain thing in life. You have to learn multi-tasking and time management, and then you are good to go to perform different things with a lot of interest and passion. Thus, it is about passion, interest, and desire to do things in life.

Question 2: Are there any common injuries or physical issues that you see in the fashion industry, and how do you address them as a physiotherapist?

The most frequent injuries we encounter in the fashion industry are ankle injuries, including ankle sprains. And addressing them as a physiotherapist while I’m a fashion model helps colleagues a bit. One of my friends had suffered a talocalcaneal ankle injury, and I immediately assisted her with tape.

Question 3: How do you stay up to date with the latest advancements in both the physiotherapy and fashion industries?

I think we need to stay updated in order to cope with the competition we are facing today in the field of physiotherapy. I read regularly, keep up with new advancements, articles, and publications, and review what I have learned in the field of physiotherapy. On the other hand, I have to be aware of who is up and coming in the fashion world, what the expectations of the business are, what the trend is, how I should walk, whether I am looking perfect, and how to maintain myself. I have to be current with both the fashion and physio industries.

Question 4: Are there any specific tips or exercises you can recommend to aspiring models to help them improve their posture, balance, or overall physical condition?

Although the majority of my model friends are very concerned with maintaining their health, they consistently visit the gym and take care of themselves. But even if you do not focus on your core muscle strength, regularly doing muscle exercises of the foot will help you maintain a straight and correct posture, as posture is really important while modeling. Strength in the lower limbs and the core muscles is crucial. In addition, you can engage in standard weightlifting activities to maintain your fitness and tone.

Question 5: What advice do you have for someone who is considering a career as a freelance physiotherapist?

Well, if you decide to work as a freelance physiotherapist, you should keep in mind that you need to know how to market yourself. If you practice manual therapy, you should be aware of your areas of expertise, the best ways to obtain new clients, and the best ways to spread the word. Depending on your skills and level of expertise as a physiotherapist, you might make up to three figures, four figures, five figures, six figures, seven figures, and even more as a freelance physiotherapist.

To Sum Up

Dhruvi Parmar is a passionate freelance physiotherapist, fashion model, singer, and public speaker. She embraces the philosophy of breaking free from societal norms and pursuing her true passions. By following her heart and doing what she loves, she has discovered fulfillment and a true sense of purpose in her diverse pursuits.

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