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Helping individuals suffering from Parkinson's, Vertigo and Dizziness.

        Offering Parkinson's specific

         wellness and

            group classes in person

              as well as virtually.

ACTION IS THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS

CHANGE

About

About

Dr. Rupali Vyas, Physical Therapist

 

Rupali earned her Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy from Mumbai, India in 2002 and later pursued post professional Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from MGH Institute of Health Sciences, Boston.

 

She has been practicing as a Physical therapist in Bay Area, California since 2011 and prior to that has worked in Mumbai, Pennsylvania and New York. After working for several years with diverse neurologic conditions, she decided to set her focus on Vestibular(Inner ear) disorders, Parkinson's disease and Neuro-Wellness .

 

She understands that multiple variables contribute towards imbalance, immobility or dizziness . Her approach is to identify these factors and help each individual regain their abilities. Her style of working is to spotlight on the individual's personality, learning style, stage of life and needs to help them drive towards a purposeful change in their lives.

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Education & Certifications:

  • DPT- Doctor of Physical Therapy

  • NCS- Board Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist

  • CEEAA- Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults.

  • Vestibular Therapist - Completed APTA(American Physical Therapy Association) credentialed Vestibular Rehabilitation competency course

 

Parkinson's specific training: 

  • PWR! (Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery) Certified Therapist

  • Brian Grant Foundation Training for Professionals

  • Urban Poling Activator program for Rehabilitation Professionals. 

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In-person classes held at:

2B Fit Cupertino

Homestead Road

Cupertino, CA

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