Treatments We Offer

We have a very Sound team of Physiotherapists, Osteopath and chiropractors in Delhi and Gurgaon, where we do a detailed assessment of the Spinal problem, Neuro Conditions and Musculoskeletal Pain Conditions. We offer a high-quality treatment for Sports injuries management and also give training to athletes for their better performance.


We run out-patient physiotherapy clinic run by an experienced team of PNF & BOBATH physiotherapists specializing in neurological rehabilitation for adults and children. We do rehab for Stroke, Parkinsonism, Head Injuries, GBS, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy.


We combine traditional formats of physical therapy, osteopathy and chiropractic techniques with the latest advances in therapeutic technology. The aim of our treatment service is to help patients recover from their condition and prevent it from reoccurring.


We have sound treatment for sports injuries and also to improve their performance on Field.
We combine various Approaches & Training methods.


It is most often caused by an injury to the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, or nerves. We take care of all types of Musculoskeletal pain by using Laser therapy, Dry Needling,Taping,Manual therapy etc

International Training

Dr. Rohit Gupta PT is a resource person in India and many South Asian countries.

Dr. Rohit is teaching PNF Approach, Manual Therapy, Manipulation & Taping in Neurological, Sports and Orthopaedic conditions. Movement Science Academy conducts all these courses.




"I have been made to feel very welcome and I could not have asked for better care. I will not use any other physiotherapy service and would recommend to any one who asks me."

AmeeshaGraphic Designer, Renowed IT Company

"Always get the best of treatment, happy with the service."

Manoj Software Engineer

"I am very satisfied with my physio and with the treatment I have received. I have a vast improvement in the movement of my shoulder due to treatment. Very Happy."

Jack Insurance Agent

"Thanks for helping me from 'Oww' to 'Ahhh'. Very happy!"

ShabirEnglish Instructor