Ziauddin University’s Sukkur Campus celebrates ‘World Physical Therapy Day’
Sukkur: College of Rehabilitation Sciences at Ziauddin University’s Sukkur campus celebrated World Physical Therapy Day with fervor that left lasting impact.
Event was marked by enlightening sessions delivered by distinguished guest speakers, Dr. Haresh Kumar Makhija and Dr. Mir Arif Hussain Talpur.
Dr. Haresh Kumar Makhija took centre stage to deliver thought-provoking lecture titled ‘From Tension to Tranquility: Guide to Stress Management.’ With great expertise, Dr. Makhija shed light on contemporary issues contributing to stress among new generation and provided valuable insights into effective stress management and coping strategies.
Dr. Mir Arif Hussain Talpur, staying true to theme of World Physical Therapy Day, shared his expertise with audience, offering an insightful lecture on prevention and management of arthritis. His knowledge added significant value to event.
Session concluded on high note with Dr. Muhammad Usman Khan, Vice Principal of Ziauddin College of Rehabilitation Sciences, Sukkur campus, expressing heartfelt appreciation for dedicated students whose hard work had made the event a resounding success.
Dr. Khan extended his deep gratitude to both guest speakers, Dr. Haresh Kumar Makhija and Dr. Mir Arif Hussain Talpur, for generously dedicating their valuable time and expertise to enrich event. Their contributions played pivotal role in making World Physical Therapy Day celebration truly enlightening and memorable experience for everyone present.
Group photograph captured memorable occasion and students indulged in delightful food festival and cake-cutting ceremony to mark day’s celebrations. It was day filled with knowledge sharing, camaraderie and enjoyment for all who attended.
In addition to celebration, Ziauddin College of Rehabilitation Sciences is pleased to announce that admissions for fourth batch of five-year Doctor of Physical Therapy programme are now open. Institute is renowned for providing quality education and shaping future leaders in field.
Published in The Daily National Courier, September, 26 2023