Ashim Bakshi, MHS, OTR/L , CHT
Ashim is a fellowship trained practicing clinician with more than 20 years of experience in treating conditions of the upper quadrant. He is the owner /clinical director of two outpatient clinics in Indiana and treats a myriad of diagnosis from complex hand trauma, sports injuries, post-operative tendon repairs to subtle proximal nerve entrapment, shoulder micro instability, rotator cuff injuries and scapular dysfunctions. Ashim is also a consultant and adjunct faculty for the Doctor of Physical Therapy and Master of Occupational Therapy programs at Indiana State University. His teaching coursework at the University includes anatomy and biomechanics, advanced upper extremity conditions and orthotic fabrication. Ashim is also partner and principal at Advanced Rehab Seminars and has presented continuing education courses nationally and internationally on orthopedic shoulder, elbow and hand rehabilitation to various hospital systems and large clinic groups. Ashim is an active member of the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists and has presented at multiple annual conferences. More recently Ashim was one of the collaborative authors for the seminal paper on consensus guidelines of rehab for shoulder arthroplasty that was published in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery in 2020.