Radhika is originally from India and spent her adolescence in Singapore and Malaysia. She attended the University of Western Australia and the Western Australian Institute of Technology where she completed her physical therapy studies and manual therapy certification.
Radhika is an accomplished athlete, having run track for Malaysia and playing tennis on the pro tennis tour. She competed in Grand Slam Championships at Wimbledon, the Australian Open, and the French Open, attaining a world ranking both as a junior and as an adult.
“My athletic endeavors and my interest in sports medicine led me to pursue physical therapy as a profession. I have worked in a variety of outpatient orthopedic, physical medicine and sports medicine clinics in Australia, the United Kingdom and in the United States. I continue to enhance my skills as clinician with ongoing continuing education.”
“My philosophy on patient care is about making a connection with my patients. It’s important to define what the patient’s goals and expectations are and it’s my role to come up with a plan to accomplish their goals and meet their objectives in getting them back to optimal function. I believe in a systematic and global approach when evaluating my patients. It is a symphony of a variety of modalities with the goal of attaining optimal outcomes.”
“Radhika worked with me over the course of 10 weeks to rehab my shoulder post surgery. Her level of knowledge, attention to pain threshold and form during my sessions was refreshing. She helped me to regain strength and mobility so that I could get back out and do the things I love. She’s a wonderful physical therapist to work with!” DH
While Radhika is able to treat the full spectrum of people with orthopedic and neurologic problems, she is particularly effective with those experiencing the following: