Kinesiology Physiotherapy is a general physiotherapy practice covering orthopedic, neurological, cardiopulmonary, pediatric & systemic afflictions. We specialize in Musculoskeletal Afflictions & Sports Injury Prevention (To learn more about the conditions we treat and prevent click here). Located in Thamel (central Kathmandu) with parking on premises the practice is ideal to reach from all parts of town.
All our physios are registered with the Nepal Health Professional Council (NHPC) and/or the Belgian National Institute for Health & Disability (RIZIV).
We work with the newest range of specialized exercise and therapy equipment imported from the UK, Belgium and the US. All 66fit exercise equipment used at Kinesiology Physiotherapy are available at our sister concern PhysioFit by Astrek International.
Tenzing David Sherpa graduated cum laude from Ghent University (Belgium) with a Master of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy in 2012. During his 2 years of specialization in Musculoskeletal Afflictions, Tenzing’s clinical placements, amongst others, include the Musculoskeletal and Sports Injury Physiotherapy Clinic at the University of Queensland in Brisbane (Australia) and KAA Gent (Belgian 1st division football team). Tenzing also holds a minor in Neurological Rehabilitation with clinical placements in the Neurology and Pediatrics Department of De Trappenberg Rehabilitation Centre in Amsterdam (Netherlands) & Sint Jan Hospital in Bruges (Belgium). Tenzing is an active executive board member of the Nepal Physiotherapy Association (NEPTA).
Dinesh Prasad Chataut completed his Diploma in Physiotherapy in 2007 and graduated from Kathmandu University with a Bachelors of Physiotherapy in 2014. His past experiences include Rehabilitation Center Manager for Handicap International and Head of the Physiotherapy Department at Scheer Memorial Hospital. Dinesh is the chairperson for ‘Care and Cure Nepal’, an NGO focused on women’s health and has published a manual on physiotherapy in women’s health. He is currently also involved in a research program with Stanford University (USA) studying preventions of burn contractures in the hands. Dinesh is a past executive board member of Nepal Physiotherapy Association (NEPTA).