Resham Kadam, PT, DPT
Resham received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from New York University after she earned her Bachelors in Physiotherapy from D.Y. Patil University, India. Her educational journey was marked by a passion for pediatric and neurodivergent conditions, setting the stage for her commitment to specialized care. She has experience working in various settings, including school based pediatric settings, sensory gyms, skilled nursing facilities, and inpatient orthopedic units. She has experience treating a wide spectrum of conditions, including developmental delays, children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Down syndrome, Torticollis, among others. She also has an interest in lifespan development and has treated aging adults with various neurological and orthopedic conditions.
While pursuing her undergraduate degree in, she also volunteered with the Rotaract club to organize fundraisers and public health awareness events dedicated to community well-being. Resham’s passion for inclusivity and advocacy is also evident in her work in mobilizing community services and spreading awareness for the LGBTQIA+ community in India. Resham’s exploration of Yoga and meditation began at a young age and believes that physical well-being is intimately connected to mental and spiritual health. As a result, she takes a holistic approach to therapy, recognizing that healing is a multidimensional process. This awakening, both personally and clinically, has uniquely shaped her approach to therapy. Her expertise encompasses techniques like sensory integration and NDT, which she skillfully employs to create a holistic, collaborative, and functional approach to therapy. For her youngest patients, her approach is not only evidence-based but also play-based, making therapy a fun and engaging experience.
In her free time, Resham enjoys savoring great food, exploring her artistic side through paint by numbers, exploring the city, and expanding her knowledge by listening to podcasts about history and science.