Dr. Amit Ramesh Dhumale

Director - Rehabilitation Services

Internal Medicine

+91 22 2172 5555

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About Doctor

Dr. Amit Dhumale  practices as as Director Rehabilitation Services at Jupiter Hospital, Thane. He is actively involved in planning & executing inter-disciplinary inpatient & outpatient neurological & musculoskeletal rehabilitation program including stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebal palsy, spinal cord injury, parkinsons disease, other progressive / non-progressive neurological diseases for all phases of rehabilitation (Adult & paediatric). Musculoskeletal pain management.


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


  • Total : 11 years
  • 7 years as Specialist Rehab physician, Qatar Rehabilitation Institute
  • Clinical Instructor, Weil Cornell Medicine, Qatar
  • 4 years as senior Resident, AIIPMR, Mumbai






  • Certified in robotic & computer assisted rehabilitation (Austria)
  • Certified for intrathecal baclofen pump refill & programming (Switzerland)
  • Interpretation of gait analysis (USA)
  • Fellowship Neurological Rehabilitation
  • Fellowship Sports Science
  • P.G.C.R (Post graduate certificate course in Rehabilitation)
  • Certified Aqua Rehab (Germany)
  • Injection Botox for spasticity management (Qatar)
  • MSK Ultrasound injections (KDHA, Mumbai)

Research & Publications

  • Original Article - Functional outcomes in moderate to severe Traumatic brain injury survivors. Journals of emergencies, trauma and shock. ISSN: 0974-2700, volume11, Issue 3, July-Sept 2018. 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 rare cases: Successful management of hemophagocytic syndrome. International Journal of Advances in medical Sciences. Dec 2019.Vol.1.Issue 1.6-8
  • ‘Efficacy of Conservative Treatment Versus Methylprednisolone Injection for De Quervains Tenosynovitis’ – A Prospective Comparative study of 20 Cases. Orthopardics Today, July – Sept 2011, Vol XIII No. 3, ISSN 0972-1339

OPD Time

Day : Monday to Saturday
Timing : 10 to 5:00pm