Chandrasekhar graduated from Rajiv Gandhi University, Bangalore, India in 2003 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree. Subsequently after graduation he worked at several multispecialty hospitals for couple of years and gained experience in neurology, neurosurgery, general medicine and orthopaedics. To continue his passion and develop his career, he undertook MSc in Physiotherapy from Sheffield Hallam University in 2007. Following Post Graduation, he joined NHS and worked at various levels and continued to improve his clinical and nonclinical skills. He worked in Essex and London as a band 6, band 7 and band 8 physiotherapist for 7 years and then developed MSK physiotherapy services at Heathrow Detention Centre.
In 2013, Chandrasekhar became an Extended Scope Practitioner. In 2016, he took new challenging role to lead Spinal community services in harrow and ran the successful pilot and results were presented as a poster presentation at Physiotherapy UK Birmingham 2017. He joined APPN network for his passion to rive profession. He has keen interest in evidence-based practice implementation, developing clinical guidelines and teaching. He got a vision of standardising the ESP practice nationwide. If feasible he would like to develop fellowship in MSK physiotherapy and raise the profile of profession nationally to benefit the profession, service users and commissioners.