Dr. Prajakta Sahasrabudhe (PT)


Professor & HOD in Cardiovascular Respiratory Physiotherapy Department at Sancheti Institute College of Physiotherapy.
Field of Interest – Phase 2 rehabilitation of patients with cardiac & pulmonary diseases.


Ph D Scholar, PT School & centre Seth GSMC & KEMH, Mumbai.
MPTh in Cardiovascular & Respiratory sci. from PT School & centre Seth GSMC & KEMH, Mumbai (2012.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Sancheti Institute college of physiotherapy (2008)



Associate Professor– Nov 2019- till date Sancheti Institute College of Physiotherapy, Pune.
Assistant Professor- Oct 2012- Nov 2019, Sancheti Institute College of Physiotherapy, Pune.


Advanced course in health sci. Education Technology
Certified Aquatic therapist
Advance research methodology workshop
Certificate course in bioethics by department of education, International chair in Bioethics


Scientifica 2021
SIPCON 2021 – Online


Immediate effect of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation on chest mobility, pain and range of motion of thorax in patients with intercostal drainage- a randomized control trial (Indian journal of chest diseases & allied health sciences – accepted in Oct 2020).
Effect of conventional TENS at ICD site in pleural effusion patients on pain, dyspnea and chest expansion (International journal of Health science and research 2019).
Which of the two Pranayams Anulom Vilom or Bhastrika is better at improving maximal oxygen uptake in normal individuals? (International journal of Health science and research 2019).
Effect of alternate walking and yoga on blood sugar levels in type 2 Diabetes (Indian journal of physiology and pharmacology 2019).
Effect of Kinesiotaping on scapular dyskinesia in patients with shoulder pain (IJPR in 2018).
To compare balance and core strength between speed skaters vs artistic skaters (Accepted in IJPT 2017).
Correlation of upper extremity muscle strength and reaction time in competitive badminton players (Indian journal of Physiotherapy 2017).
To study immediate effect of kinesiotaping on pain and disability in low back pain patients with anterior pelvic tilt (published in IJPT in 2016).