S.S. SubramanianThe Principal at Sree Balaji College of Physiotherapy, India
Title: Therapeutic target on causes not symptoms – An evidenced perspective
An advanced Technology in Healthcare needs to maximize patient benefits. Greater understanding of underlying systemic illness, Pathomechanics influence to a larger extent on physical evaluation, Investigations, prompt selection of therapy can have a greater prognostic and well being of affected subjects combined holistic health care for a specific patients problem seems to be on a theoretical model, under researched and the practically implemented. An expanding super specialists in every field carries along with a narrowed focus on their respective field expertise with an emphasize on greater need and collective contribution of each healthcare experts were to be discussed with due evidence and case studies. As an out came of this presentation, further focus on comprehensive, centered on patients problems and needs be highlighted with future perspectives.
Dr.S.S. Subramanian., qualified as physiotherapist from Govt College of physiotherapy, Chennai in the year 1988, and has done MPT in Orthopaedics from SRM College of Physiotherapy, Chennai in 2002, and has completed his Ph.D in physiotherapy from Loyola College, University of Madras in 2015, has worked as clinical therapist in Apollo Hospital and Saudi Arabia for 6 years. He has around 30 years of teaching experience. At present he is serving as Dean Sree Balaji College of Physiotherapy, BIHER Chennai, India. He has over 209 publications that have been cited over 130 times and his publication h- index is 5, i10-index around 2 also he has a Vidwan score – 9.3. He has been serving as an editorial board member of several reputed journals for past couple of years, Served as member of Revision of Syllabus for HSC, Government of Tamil Nadu in 2018. and also holds a Chief editor post in SALT Journal of advanced learning technologies.