Welcome to APT CLINIC

advanced physical therapy and alternative medicine

PH: 0821 241 6397 ; Mobile: 9916732218

About Us

Akash K. C. is a Clinical and Consultant Physical Therapist and has been practicing since 2004, incorporating his vast training and experience in the field of Sports Science, Neurology and Orthopedics in his practice.
He specialises in Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy with emphasis on biomechanics, movement therapies and patient education. Since 2004, he has treated sports individuals from different disciplines incorporating sports specific training and rehabilitation protocol.
Since 2006, he has been treating and working  with rugby, tennis, golf, football players, boxers and individuals practising all disciplines of yoga vastly improving their performance and techniques in their sport.
He found that clinical treatment with education using visual aids on the anatomy, biomechanics and structure of the workings of the body helped individuals better their performance and practice. Emphasis is given to self-treatment to maintain the outcome of the treatment. 
His speciality lies in his ability to link movements in any sport with anatomy and biomechanics of the body coupled with individualized specific treatment programs  using the right structures.
He is currently based in Mysore, India where he offers treatments and consultation at his clinic  – Advanced Physical Therapy. The main aim of his approach is to improve flexibility, balance and ease of movement.



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Our Services


From the weekend warrior to the professional athlete, learn how to prepare your body to tolerate the demands placed on it

Whether you are a professional athlete or a novice., every athlete would like to be able to use all of their body's abiltity to perform its best. Understanding how your body functions is important. It will allow you to work your body to its full physical capacity. Every sporting activity is made up of one or a few constitutional factors of strength, endurance, mobility, speed and co-ordination.  Problems in performance arise when certain muscle groups are "forgotten" or trained incorrectly during flexibility and strength training. When this happens muscles can become either shortened or weakened. 


What is repetitive stress injury?

Repetitive stress injuries (RSIs) are injuries that happen when too much stress is placed on a part of the body, resulting in inflammation (pain and swelling), muscle strain, or tissue damage. This stress generally occurs from repeating the same movements over and over again.When force is applied repeatedly to the same muscle group, joint, or tendon over a prolonged period, cumulative forces may cause soft tissue tears and trauma.  The body's joints don't have the chance to recover, and the joints and surrounding tendons and muscles become irritated and inflammed.


Musculoskeletal injury-General conditions treated
In musculoskeletal injuries
The conditions we treat

Temporomandibular joint- trigger point in the facial muscles- deviation in form- aritcular disc displacement - hyper mobility - dislocation - degenerative conditions – osteoarthritis - inflammatory conditions – synovitis or capsulitis - masticatory muscle disorders- trigeminal neuralgia Spine,-Trauma: Whiplash, Ligamentous sprain and muscle strain-Degenerative conditions: Spondylosis-Inflammatory conditions: Rheumatoid arthritis (pain management), Ankylosing spondylitisHeadaches referred from trigger points in other musculoskeletal in the neck and back.-Headaches: Migrane, Tension type headache, Cluster headache, -Cervical rib-Torticollis (Wry Neck)-Hyper mobility and instability syndrome-Kyphosis (Scheurmann’s disease)-Postural thoracic pain-Calcification of tendons or/and muscles – rotator cuff-Spontaneous condtions, e.g. frozen shoulder -Bursitis-Muscle imbalance related problems – e.g winged scapula due to weakness of serratus anterior.-Snapping scapula-Thoracic outlet syndrome-Carpal Tunnel Syndrome-Tennis elbow/golfer’s elbow-Prolapsed intervertebral disc-Coccydynia (pain around the coccyx - tail bone)-Postural low back pain-Piriformis syndrome-Arthiritis of the sacroiliac joint-Sacroilliac dysfunctions-Patellofemoral dysfunction-Osgood- Sclatter disease (Jumper’s Knee)-Chondromalacia patellae (management)-Tarsal tunnel syndrome-Tenosynovitis-Pes cavus and planus-Plantar fasciitis-Hallus Valgus and Varus (In and out toeing)-Calcaneal spur

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No 9/1, 6th Main, 3rd Block, Jayalakshmipuram, Mysore, KA ,570012, INDIA

Contact : 9916732218



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