Vihangi graduated from the Rajiv Gandhi University Of Health Science in 2005 with a degree of Bachelors of Physiotherapy. She has been a Registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario since 2010.
As a registered Physiotherapist in Ontario, Vihangi is not only responsible in rehabilitating a patient, but also holds a prime responsibility to help them live that way their entire life. She poses a strong experience of working in orthopaedic, cardio-respiratory, paediatric and geriatric settings. She has been successful in treating innumerable patients with skillful manipulation therapies and also paediatric cases with neuro developmental techniques.
Being a daughter of a physician and niece of an orthopaedic surgeon and paediatrician, she has been exposed to patients and their ailments from an early age. This early exposure has helped her understand her patients better. Her goal is to combine her skills with her experience and help in the successful recovery of her patients.
Riddhi is a Registered Physiotherapist. She graduated with a Master's in Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy (MPT).
She has a passion for working with individuals of all ages and stages of life including pediatrics, adults, and geriatrics. She is fully committed to and truly loves helping people “feel better again!” She believes in growing and learning with her coworkers, attending continuing education courses, and thriving with her patients as a rehab team.
Riddhi is an avid believer in physiotherapy and the value that it can have in improving the health and well-being of our society. Helping others reach their personal goals about their daily function is her primary goal every day.
She has a passion for crafts, decoration, and plants. She enjoys community service and playing bingo, badminton, and outdoor sports. Riddhi and her husband enjoy traveling and spending time with their family and their little one.