Rajat is a militant advocate of increased physical activity and exercises for all. He has been running for last 28 years and in his spare time is a doctor specializing in Medical-Osteopathy, Musculo-Skeletal Medicine (London College of Osteopathic Medicine) and Sports-Exercise Medicine (Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham). He also is the Founder & Race Director of La Ultra - The High, the world's cruelest & highest ultra marathon - 222 km in Leh. He loves to turn conventional wisdom on its head, esp. in sickness industry, which some people also know as Healthcare industry. But all of what he says or suggests is backed up with scientific evidence. His special interest is in helping all, sedentary to sportspeople, to perform at their optimum levels, whether it be dealing with a disease, pain (back, neck, knee, shoulder etc) or in sports (Golf, Tennis, Running, Football, Swimming etc). Since there is no one answer for all, he has specialized in multi-modality approach ranging from posture correction, muscle balance, physical activity, floor and machine based exercises, acupuncture / dry needling, osteopathic medicine, deep tissue massage, myo-fascial release, mesotherapy, bit of psychotherapy etc. He was elect-Chairperson for World Congress of Science and Medicine in Cricket, that was held just before the 2011 Cricket World Cup in the sub-continent, but decided to quit. He previously headed a London centre of Kieser Training, a Swiss-German chain of rehabilitation centres. He moved to India in 2006 to set-up a Sports & Exercise Medicine department at Manipal Hospital, Bangalore. In mid 2008 he started his own venture called Back 2 Fitness, a musculo-skeletal (aches and pain rehab) medicine and sports & exercise medicine rehabilitation centre, which is now based in Delhi NCR. In 2009, along with a running buddy, he set-up Runners High in Bangalore, a running institute with the intention of training people how to run properly without getting hurt. He is also a columnist with Mint newspaper for over 4 years, where his column is called Treadmill on Business of Life page.