Sunil Boota

“Devotion to job is not sacrifice; it is justification of your existence in this world.”

This work philosophy motivates Sunil to deliver his best in the capacity of a physiotherapist at KKT Orthopedic Spine Center Pakistan. This philosophy arises from his work experience which is aimed at helping patients achieve their highest level of functional mobility.

Sunil has worked as a Consultant Physiotherapist at Al-Mumtaz Orthopedic Medical Centre Malir Kalaboard and has also served at Hope General Hospital Zia Colony as an Incharge Physiotherapist.

Sunil did his D.P.T. (Doctor of Physical Therapy) from Baqai Medical University Karachi. He is currently working towards his M.Phil. in Sports Medicines & Manipulative Physical Therapy from Isra University Karachi. Sunil likes to keep himself updated by attending workshops with relation to fitness, mobilization and Spinal conditions.

Being an enthusiastic physiotherapist, Sunil brings a unique set of treatment styles and therapies to treat his patients. His areas of expertise are mobilization, manipulation (Pre &Post Orthopedic.) Specializing in Mulligan and Maitland techniques, Sunil uses these and incorporates his in-depth knowledge of PNF, Motor Techniques, Gliding, Manual Spinal Traction into his practice to get excellent results.

Sunil is passionate about providing a tailored approach to each of his patients. He starts off with a comprehensive assessment to ascertain the source of the problem and then develops a plan addressing the individual needs of a patient. Not only is he empathetic but his engaging treatment style makes him a highly effective physiotherapist.
Sunil is also a big believer of physical fitness and promotes a healthy lifestyle. He advises his patients on specific exercises and gives them tips on simple lifestyle changes which can help them achieve tremendous strides in their health conditions.

For Sunil, nothing is more satisfying than to play a significant part in a patient’s journey to optimum wellness. He makes sure that when his patients leave a session they have a smile on their face.


Posted on

October 23, 2017