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Dr. Amit Ramesh Dhumale

Speciality

Rehabilitation

Designation

Director- Rehabilitation

Jupiter Hospital, Thane

About Doctor

Dr. Amit Ramesh Dhumale is currently  Director  Rehabilitation services at Jupiter hospital, Thane Mumbai. He is actively involved in planning & executing inter-disciplinar rehabilitation program for stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, parkinsons disease & other progressive / non-progressive neurological diseases for all phases of rehabilitation (Adult & Pediatric). Musculoskeletal & sports rehabilitation. Pain management. Previously worked as Specialist Rehab Physician, Qatar Rehabilitation Institute (HMC). Lecturer,  Weil cornell

Qualification

  • D.N.B (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation)
  • Diploma Orthopedics
  • M.B.B.S (Bombay)

Training

  • Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation
  • Fellowship in Sports sciences
  • MSK Ultrasound  injections (KDAH, Mumbai)
  • Certified in robotic & computer assisted rehabilitation (Austria)
  • Certified for intrathecal baclofen pump refill & programing(Switzerland)
  • Interpretation of gait analysis (USA)
  • Certified Aqua Rehab (Germany)
  • Injection Botox for spasticity management (Qatar)

Research & Publications

  • Original Article - Functional outcomes in moderate to severe Traumatic brain Injury survivors. Journal of emergencies, trauma and shock. ISSN: 0974-2700, Volume 11, Issue 3, July- Sept 2018.Ammar Al-Hassani, Amit R.Dhumale.
  • Research article – Functional outcomes of patients with acute spinal cord injury. International Journal of Neurorehabilitation.  DOI: 10.4172/2376-0281.1000259
  • Case report- Rehabilitation of a rare case: Successful management of hemophagocytic syndrome. International Journal of Advances in medical Sciences. Dec 2016.Vol.1.Issue 1. 6-8
  • Efficacy Of Conservative Treatment Versus Methylprednisolone Injection For De Quervains Tenosynovitis’- A Prospective Comparative Study Of 20 Cases. Orthopaedics Today , July- Sept 2011, Vol XIII No. 3, ISSN 0972-1339 

OPD

Day: Mon to Saturday

Timing:10 am to 5 .30 pm

* Timings are subjected to change in case of emergency & unforeseen situations.