deepa selvin

I qualified as a physiotherapist in 2001 and worked as a junior physiotherapist before specialising in hand therapy. Working with patients with leprosy and complex hand injuries as a student physiotherapist inspired me to become a hand therapist.

I am continuing to build on my knowledge and understanding of various conditions that could lead to hand dysfunction and hone my therapy skills since I started working as hand therapist in 2007. I have completed several BAHT level 2 courses and currently working towards my accreditation.

Completing a modified systematic review on “The role of forearm musculature in dynamic stability of wrist” kindled my interested in research and rehabilitation of patients with wrist instabilities.