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Dr. Mahek Uttamchandani (OT)
More than a decade of national and international experience

Dr. Mahek Uttamchandani is a Consultant Occupational Therapist at Sir H. N. Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre.

Dr. Mahek Uttamchandani is a University 1st rank and gold medal holder from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (K.E.M.H and Seth G. S. Medical College). She has post graduate training in specialized treatment of children with Cerebral Palsy and allied neurological conditions from Bobath, UK, Sensory Integration Certificate Program from University of Southern California/ Western psychological Services, USA, and Advanced certificate training in treatment of small babies (0-2 years) with NDTA, USA. She is a certified Brain Gym Instructor from Brain Gym International, Ventura, California, USA and Certified provider of Therapeutic Listening Program, Acquired Reliability in The General Movement Assessment (Prechtl) from the GM trust, Austria, and is currently undergoing training in family and neurodevelopmental Education – FINE from London, UK.

Dr. Uttamchandani has a rich experience of many years in providing paediatric occupational therapy services for children with Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, Early Intervention and Screening for high Risk Neonates, Allied neurological conditions like Downs’ syndrome, ADD, ADHD, PDD, Autism Spectrum disorder, Sensory processing disorder, Muscular dystrophies, Spinal Tube defects, Learning disabilities associated with poor handwriting and hypotonia, congenitally Acquired conditions like CTEV, CDH and Arthrogryposis Multiplex congenital, other genetic and metabolic conditions affecting typical growth and development.

Dr. Uttamchandani is a member of Member of All India Occupational Therapists association, Maharashtra State OT/PT Council, British association of Bobath Trained Therapists, India Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Neonatal OT (Royal college of Occupational Therapist). She has attended many conferences and is currently a part of research project from Imperial College London on family centered developmental care.