Jodh graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences in Jalandhar, India in 2009. Jodh uses his sound clinical reasoning to educate, assess and manage patients with musculoskeletal (muscles/bones/joints/nerves) problems. Integrating IMS into his physiotherapy practice allows him to diagnose and treat the chronic myofascial (muscle/ fascia interface) pain that can be present in the musculoskeletal system in the absence of any obvious signs of injury or inflammation.
Jodh’s treatment techniques include soft tissue manipulation, myofascial release, manual therapy, spine and joint mobilization and manipulation, intramuscular stimulation and exercise therapy. His areas of practice include advanced diagnosis of posture, movement patterns and muscle imbalances which may lead to chronic pain, work and sports injuries as well as treating headaches, neck, shoulder, lower back, hip, knee and ankle disorders.
He has a special interest in sports injury treatment and prevention and has worked with football, cricket, tennis, rugby, soccer, Lacrosse, volleyball and hockey players, treating neck, hip, knee, ankle and back injuries. Recent and ongoing training in concussion management has allowed him to conduct baseline concussion testing and provide effective and timely concussion mangagement/rehab. He is trained in IMS (Dry Needling) and vestibular rehab. He attributes his success to great mentorship from Lori Dalin, Rambabu Chandra PT, Shilpy Jetly PT and Mark Fergusson PT. He treats his patients with dignity and respect and encourages a return to activity through exercise and education He enjoys solving problems and finding ways to help people improve their quality of life and maximize their potential. Jodh is married and have two kids which he enjoys spending time with. In his free time Jodh loves to meditate, play volleyball, cricket and badminton.