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Dr. Rajani Mullerpatan
Director , School of Physiotherapy
MGM Hospital
Mumbai
rajani.kanade@gmail.com

Dr Rajani has a PhD and an MSc in Physiotherapy from UK. She serves as the Director at the School of Physiotherapy, MGM Institute of Health Sciences, Navi Mumbai.

Dr. Rajani is currently focused on development of Biomechanics in India, meeting the need of the local Indian population. She has collaborated with leading local and international institutions like Cardiff University, UK to promote education, training, research, technology development and application in clinical care. She is establishing a Clinical Biomechanics Lab MGM Institute.

Grip and pinch strength: Normative data for healthy Indian adults.Mullerpatan RP, Karnik G, John R. Hand Therapy, 2013, 18 (1), 11-16.

What happens to the contra-lateral foot following diabetic foot amputations? Kanade RV, van Deursen RWM, Price PE, Harding KG. Clinical Biomechanics, 2008, 23 (5), 677-678.

What happens to the contra-lateral foot with diabetic plantar ulceration? Kanade RV, van Deursen RWM, Harding KG, Price PE. Clinical Biomechanics, 2008, 23 (5),676-677.

Investigation of standing balance in patients with diabetic neuropathy at different stages of foot complications. Kanade RV, van Deursen RWM, Harding KG, Price PE. Clinical Biomechanics, 2008, 23 (9), 1183-1191.

Plantar pressure relief in the diabetic foot using forefoot offloading shoes. Sicco A. Bus, Robert W.M. van Deursen, Rajani V. Kanade, Marieke Wissink, Erik A. Manning, Jeff G. van Baal, Keith G. Harding. Gait & Posture 29 (2009) 618-622.