Aastha graduated in India with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy. Shortly after, she moved to the UK to complete a master’s degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine at the University of Nottingham.
Aastha believes in the holistic treatment of individuals, making sure that the rehabilitation is more patient centred in line with their goals. She has an interest in musculoskeletal, sports and mental health physiotherapy.
Outside of work, you will find Aastha painting, lifting weights, playing table tennis or hiking.
What is your favourite meal? My favorite meal is Pavbhaji. It’s a Mumbai staple with bread and mixed vegetable with potato gravy.
Tell us an unusual fact about yourself! An unusual fact would be that I stayed about 2.5 months in the Himalayan mountains as an intern for a hiking company- cleaning the mountains and educating trekkers on the waste created, and making hiking more sustainable.
Where is the best place you’ve ever been? The best place I have travelled to would be Harkidun. It’s a beautiful trail in the Himalayas with great valley views.