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The Priority Paediatrics Team.

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Vishwas Sundaram

Neurodevelopmental therapist
Priority Paediatrics

Vishwas is a highly skilled and dedicated Neurodevelopmental Therapist with over ten years of experience striving to create an impact on the lives of children with Neurodevelopmental disabilities. He takes a family-oriented, comprehensive, and evidence-based approach to therapy to offer top-quality care for children under his supervision.


 With a genuine passion for his work, he connects effortlessly with kids, making therapy a positive and fun Vishwas strongly believes in collaboration and open communication with the child and their family to provide the best therapy experience. He involves them in goal-setting to ensure that therapy aligns with their aspirations and expectations, fostering a strong sense of partnership.


Outside of work, Vish enjoys spending time with his toddler and partner, beach weather, playing badminton, and indulging in good gustatory or creative experiences.


Conditions treated by Vishwas


  • Developmental / Milestone delays: When children have difficulty learning important skills like crawling, walking, running, jumping, etc.


  • Misshaped Heads in Babies: An uneven or flat head shape causes a delay in the development of gross motor skills.


  • Genetic Conditions: Sometimes, children inherit conditions from their parents that might affect muscle and joint function.


  • Screening for musculoskeletal issues such as Hip Dysplasia, CTEV, scoliosis, and flat feet.


  • Cerebral Palsy and other conditions affecting Movement and coordination.


  • Neurodegenerative diseases: Conditions in which there is a progressive loss of neurological function due to underlying abnormalities of the brain and spinal cord.


  • Before and After Surgery for Movement Issues: Getting ready and getting better after a specific surgery like Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy to help with movement problems.


  • Before and After Botox management: Physiotherapy before and after a special treatment (like Botox) for muscle problems.


  • Walking irregularities: Getting help to walk better e.g. toe-walking or atypical gait.


  • Monitoring of Premature Infants for High-Risk Conditions: Keeping an eye on babies born early to ensure they stay healthy and catch any issues early.


  • Sensory dysfunctions: Physiotherapy to assist children with ADHD, Autism, and Developmental Coordination disorder to help them achieve their milestones, learn new motor skills, and improve participation in physical activity.


  • Prescription of Assistive Technology (early childhood): Sometimes, children might need special tools or equipment to help them move or do things easier when they're little.


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