Ankita Samuel (PT)

Dr. Ankita Samuel (PT)

Assistant Professor -Medical & Allied Sciences

Interest Area(s)

  • Research
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation 
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Born and brought up in the capital of the country -Delhi. I have done my schooling from one of the oldest convent schools of Delhi. I have perused Bachelors of Physiotherapy from GGSIP university and masters of Physiotherapy (in Cardio-pulmonary) from Amity University, Noida. After completing my masters, I was recruited by Max healthcare as physiotherapist in Max super-specialty hospital, Vaishali later was transferred to Max super-specialty hospital, Patparganj. Further moving ahead in my professional experience I joined Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy as Assistant Professor, Delhi University. It is one of the pioneer physiotherapy institutes of the Country. Currently with more than 7 years of Clinical experience and over 4 years of Academic experiences I am working as Assistant Professor in K. R. Mangalam University, Sohna. I enjoy listening to music and travelling

  • BPT (2013) 
  • MPT (2015)
  • 7 Years Clinical, 4 Years Academics

Comparison between physical activities of general Indian population working from home during COVID-19 lockdown and in normal regular days

  • Creating an effective learning environment using multiple intelligence strategies,2022
  • RACSR-2021
  • International HEACR ,2020
  • CME on Pilates, 2020
  • SIPCON , 2020
  • AIIMS INCPT 2019
  • SIPCON, 2019
  • 7th International Conference on “Recent Advances in cardiovascular Sciences” Under IACS
  • CME on “bio-mechanics of weight bearing joints with special reference to knee”
  • Ventilator therapy: Medical and Physiotherapy considerations
  • In 7th International conference of IACS on the topic “To compare cardiopulmonary parameters in neck obese and abdominal obese individuals”.
  • Part of Amity Advisory board
  • External examiner in various private universities
Organized various events in institute. 
  • Organizer: 2 day Basic Course “Pilates : A gateway to core stability”
  • Organizer : SIPCON 2019, Delhi
  • Systolic Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Responses of Individuals with Neck Versus Abdominal Obesity in Response to - Incentive Spirometry Based 10 Sustained Maximal Inspirations (A Possible Clinical Tool), IJCRR, Vol 13 • Issue 13 • July 2021
  • Systolic blood pressure and heart rate responses of individuals with neck obesity in response to incentive spirometry – a new clinical tool in making. HTL journal, volume 26, Issue 12, December 2020
  • Comparison of Blood Pressure and Heart Rate between Young Males and Females during Dominant and Non-Dominant Single –Leg Stance. Journal: IJPOT, Volume 7, number 1, January-March 2013, page no. 6-10
  • Exercise induced Muscle Soreness: An EMG Analysis. IPOT, Volume 7, number 1, January-March 2013, page no. 116-120
  • Phonophoresis in continuous mode ultrasound has significant effect on relieving in upper Trapezius Tender Points. IJPOT, Volume 7, number 1, January-March 2013, page no. 26-30