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Director's Profile

 Dr. Niraj Kumar Jha.

B.P.T., M.P.T. (Neurology),
M.B.A. (Health), MPS (IIPS)
Masters in Disability Rehabilitation (Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai)
Fellowship in Cardiac Rehabilitation, Apollo Hospital
Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation.
Certified in Mobilization of Nervous System (Neuro-Orthopaedic Institute, Australasia)

   Dr. Niraj Kumar Jha has been the Executive Director of PHYSIOWORLD and an experienced Rehabilitation professional with global expertise in medical and social rehabilitation.

The journey till now has been a vast reservoir of grass root knowledge and variety in public health domain. Association with premier organizations like UNICEF & WHO in various capacities and looking after preventive, promotive and curative aspect of health and rehabilitation in multiple projects enriched the understanding of both the clinical as well social and emotional aspects of rehabilitation in him. During his clinical work across many states in India since last ten years, he has gained vast experience in neurology and rehabilitation having spent time working in areas such as general community medicine, stroke rehabilitation, neurorehabilitation and spinal cord injuries with all age group client groups.

 His aim is to provide a high standard of health and rehabilitation care to people with neurological and orthopedic conditions across the globe using the latest evidence based clinical practice and to maximize patient’s independence hence improve their quality of life.

He has been closely associated with various nongovernmental organizations like

    • Doctors for You
    • The Human Initiative for Population and Development
    • Centre for Health Research and Management

Professional membership


  • Indian Association of Physiotherapists.(IAP)
  • Rehabilitation Council of India.(RCI)
  • Health Economics Association of India.(HEAI)
  • Indian Association of Social Sciences & Health.(IASSH)

He can be reached at or 9320539142.

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