Tejaswi graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Columbia University in 2013 and her undergraduate degree from Adelphi University in 2009. She is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy and is skilled at treating children pre-term to 21 with a variety of neuromuscular, developmental, genetic, and orthopedic conditions.
She was born and raised in Nepal and lived in New York for 15 years up until her relocation to Austin in March 2021. Her deep interest in treating pediatric population has led her to obtain specialized certification in pediatric vestibular rehabilitation. She played a key role in developing the pediatric vestibular and concussion program at NYU Langone Health where she worked for 7 and a half years as a Senior Physical Therapist. She was a course speaker at the 8th Annual Concussion Across the Spectrum of Injury at NYU Langone Health. She has championed several community outreach programs providing opportunities for kids of various abilities to participate in adaptive yoga through Rusk Fits Kids program. She is certified at application of serial cast for management of pediatric foot and ankle deformities and she is a certified Kinesiotaping practitioner.
She performs a comprehensive PT evaluation and provides treatment based on current evidence and practice guidelines that are tailored to meet your and your child’s needs to help achieve therapy goals and maximize quality of life. During her free time, she loves to spend time with her son, paint, and hike.