Dr. Parmar Sanjay Tejraj

Professor & Principal

SDM College of Physiotherapy

+91 836 2477615


Dr. Parmar Sanjay Tejraj

  • Ongoing Research
  • Recent Publications

Our research focusses mainly on the technology-based research to enhance upper extremity function. We're developing innovative solutions with physiotherapy techniques/exercise to empower individuals with upper limb disabilities, improving their independence and overall quality of life.

The focus is also towards the application of technology for improving balance & gait and provide tools and interventions that enhance mobility and stability, ultimately restoring confidence in movement.

The other research areas are Improving Oro-motor & Sensory function in children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders (NDD), which empower these children to communicate and engage more effectively, offering hope and support.

  1. Medeiros M, Kanitkar A, Parmar ST, Shay BL. Development and reliability of the seated posture control measure for therapeutic horseback riding/hippotherapy for children and youth with neuromotor disorders. Physiotherapy-The Journal of Indian Association of Physiotherapists. 2023 Jan 1;17(1):42.
  2. Shah L, Parmar S, Patil SG, Joshi S, Parmar D. Effectiveness of Conventional Physiotherapy and Visual Training on Visuomotor Integration in Children with Visual Impairment in Neurodevelopmental Disorders- A Randomized Trial. Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 2023;35(1).
  3. Kanitkar A, Parmar ST, Szturm TJ, Restall G, Rempel GR, Sepehri N, Naik N. Evaluation of a computer game-assisted rehabilitation program for manual dexterity of children with cerebral palsy: Feasibility randomized control trial. PM&R.
  4. Parmar D, Parmar S, Bagalkot PS, Joshi S, Shah L. Effectiveness of Rib Cage Mobility Exercises versus Conventional Physiotherapy on Trunk Impairment in Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders: A Randomized Trial. Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 2022;34(4).
  5. Joshi S, Parmar S, Kalavant A, Shah L, Parmar D. Effectiveness of structured physiotherapy in constipation in children with neurodevelopmental disorders-a randomized trial. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice. 2022 Jul 17;1-9.

Copyright 2024 SDM University | All Rights Reserved
Developed By IT Department, SDM University