The VARDĀN Centre is born out of the clearly visible need for world class manual Physical Therapy skills in India. India's existing medical systems and processes do not focus on rehabilitation and performance enhancement/maximization. As a result people suffer from chronic pain, incomplete restoration of function post surgery or trauma, and sports persons are forced to use imported physiotherapists (our cricket teams, for example) to keep them fit and in good form.
Recognizing that treatment skills that optimize physical performance are an important part of the improvement of quality of life in India, The Times Group has set up VARDĀN. This Centre provides world class treatment and is actively involved in the intensive training of Indian physiotherapists to world class standards.
At the core of this capability is VARDĀN's relationship with the Institute of Physical Art. Vicky and Gregory Johnson, the founders of IPA in the United States, have trained over 20,000 Physical Therapists. They are on the leading edge of developing new Physical Therapy techniques and research extensively with major universities. They lead the skill development process and treatment delivery protocols here in India during their frequent visits. VARDĀN also has certified, permanent US therapists based at the Centre.
It is VARDĀN's goal to work towards the improvement of quality of life through performance enhancement and functional restoration by delivering world class Physical Therapy.
16 A, Ring Road
Lajpat Nagar - IV
New Delhi - 110 024, India
Phone: +91 11 43580720-22