Rohil is an Auckland-trained Physiotherapist with a special interest in the Diagnosis and Treatment of spinal-related pain, as well as knee and shoulder injuries. He holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, a FIFA Sports Medicine Diploma and is currently working on a Masters thesis at AUT. He has a committee role with the Auckland Branch of Physiotherapy NZ.
Rohil works in a diagnostic and triage role with local spine surgeons at the Auckland Spine Surgery Centre. Here he sees referred patients and develops comprehensive treatment plans for patients with persisting spinal-related pain, alongside a consulting spine surgeon. He also works in a private musculoskeletal clinic in Newmarket (Refine Health Ltd.) where he works alongside podiatrists and rehab physios to provide treatment for all musculoskeletal injuries.
Rohil is part of the Careway clinical leadership team, which is aimed at improving and coordinating, multi-disciplinary care for common injuries in Auckland. Further, he is an invited member of the International Working Group for the Perioperative Management for Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy, a research leadership initiative run by Myelopathy.org and AO Spine. He has presented at national medical and physiotherapy conferences and serves as a guest lecturer on the post-graduate musculoskeletal program at Auckland University of Technology.
Rohil provides a thorough assessment and diagnosis with a follow up treatment plan focussing on pain management, optimising function and a confident return to pre-injury performance. His treatment may include manual therapy, manipulation, exercise programming and lifestyle advice including workplace set up, posture, sleep and exercises methods.
He will be able to discuss any imaging reports or images that you have previously had with relevance to your current condition.
Who, what, where, why, how?
"A correct diagnosis is three-fourths the remedy"
- Mahatma Gandhi
This statement resonates my approach as I aim to identify the SOURCE and CAUSE of pain and injury. Along with my colleagues who are Orthopedic Specialists and Specialist Physiotherapists, there is agreement that a thorough discussion of your injury history is 80% of the diagnostic process.
A clinical diagnosis is an evidence-informed hypothesis which answers the WHY. This can be made with a thorough discussion of your symptoms and specialised physical testing to confirm.