Our team of practitioners consist of physiotherapists and rehabilitation therapists, backed by years of professional training and updated clinical approach. Our physiotherapists are registered with the Allied Health Professional Council (AHPC). AHPC is a professional board under the Ministry of Health (MOH). Our rehabilitation therapists have physiotherapy or sports and exercise science qualifications. All therapists possess good ‘hands-on’ manual therapy skills, pain management, exercise prescription and rehabilitation.
David graduated from Curtin University (Perth, Australia) with First Class Honours, where he was involved in research on chronic lower back pain.
Upon returning to Singapore in 2011, he started practicing as a physiotherapist at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH). His working experience included cardiopulmonary ICU, geriatrics with medical conditions, post-surgical orthopedics, and post neurosurgical rehabilitation. At TTSH Rehabilitation Centre, he spent 2 years treating patients with stroke and head injury.
With the intention of specializing in musculoskeletal conditions, David left TTSH and entered private practice. There he further developed his skills and finesse in treating clients with a variety of injuries and muscle/joint pains.
David is formally trained to place emphasis on various manual therapy techniques. He also has experience in Maitland and Mulligan techniques. He is currently a member of the Singapore Physiotherapy Association and the Pain Association of Singapore.
David is known by his patients to be sincere and patient, with the ability to deliver effective and comfortable hands-on treatment.
Ivy graduated from The University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) degree under the National Healthcare Group scholarship award in 2009. She went on to complete her Masters of Science in Pain Management from the University of Leicester (UK) and graduated with Distinction in 2014 under the MOH Human Manpower Development Plan (HMDP).
Ivy has more than 12 years of experience in treating acute and chronic spinal pain conditions, musculoskeletal injuries, geriatric rehabilitation and women health’s pelvic floor conditions. She started her career in Tan Tock Seng Hospital, where she was the lead physiotherapist of the pain management centre. In addition to her clinical work, she is also passionate in teaching, where she served as clinical supervisor to new staffs and students. In 2020, she was also appointed as an adjunct faculty member at the Lee Kong Chian medical school.
Ivy is also an active member in the Pain Association of Singapore, and a registered member of the Singapore Physiotherapy Association. She presented several of her research posters at local and international conferences, and was invited to speak at the Singapore Healthcare Biomedical Congress, Singapore Urofair and Singapore International Physiotherapy Congress.
Ivy’s interest lies in prevention and management of pain conditions. She is a strong advocate for the holistic management of pain. She is formally trained in manual therapy Maitland and Mulligan techniques, and also practices cognitive behavioural therapy.
In her early years, the drive to find a solution to help ease her grandparent’s knee and hip pain inspired Janice to become a physiotherapist.
After graduating with a Diploma in Physiotherapy from Masterskill University College of Health Sciences on scholarship back in 2010, she began her first practice in Penang. Janice quickly recognised her limitations and sought to expand her knowledge. In 2015, she graduated from the National Taiwan University with a Bachelor Degree of Health Science (Physical Therapy). This experience exposed her to learning opportunities from experienced practitioners, specialists, and surgeons. Having worked in Mount Elizabeth Hospital previously, she also brings with her a wealth of experience.
Janice continued her endeavour in building her professional expertise through exploring various manual therapy techniques including Visceral Manipulation, Craniosacral Therapy, Neural Manipulation, Somatoemotional Release, Strain Counterstrain, Lymphatic Drainage, Myofascial Release, and The Brain Speak.
Janice takes a holistic approach when treating her patients and would seek to treat the root cause instead of merely the symptoms.
She also sought to widen her perspective by understanding Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and including that perspective in treating her patients.
Janice takes a special interest in treating patients with Temporo-mandibular Joint Disorder (TMJD), headache, sacroiliac joint pain, back pain, neck pain, and ankle and foot pain.
Janice continues to seek greater heights in her area of expertise and is always ready to support you in your physiotherapy needs.
Yen Nee has been in the rehabilitation fitness field for over 8 years. After graduating with honors in Applied Rehabilitation (Physiotherapy) from Teesside University (UK), Yen Nee worked in a private rehabilitation center setting in Malaysia for 7 years before moving to Singapore.
She is a certified Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), Myofascial Release and Dry Needling Practitioner. These, with her growing passion to empower others to live pain-free and healthily, motivated her to plunge into the rehabilitation industry. As a digital health coach, she believes that with precise assessment by identifying the root of the problem is the key in the rehabilitation process. With that, a specific and customized exercise prescribed will only be effective, allowing functional movements to have more meaningful purpose and function in which can result in a successful and long-term recovery result.
At Pain Relief Practice, we consider our Digital Health Coach part of our secret sauce! Yen Nee works with each of our digital program participants to help them establish a routine and support them in establishing successful long-term habit change around movement and a healthy lifestyle.
Natasha graduated from Deakin University (Melbourne, Australia) with Distinction in Exercise and Sports Science.
Natasha has experience as a Fitness Instructor, Holistic Health Coach and Flexologist working with clients from varying fitness abilities. She is also certified in Deep Tissue Sports Massage.
Her passion to help others live a healthy and pain free lifestyle has motivated her to pursue a career and further develop her skills in the Physiotherapy Industry.
Natasha enjoys going to the gym and keeping active during her free time. This has allowed her to better understand and assist in treating clients injuries.
Ryno has over 20 years’ of experience working in sports fitness and healthcare. He started his career working with professional athletes in South Africa and has since worked in boutique fitness studios and a private physiotherapy clinic in London, United Kingdom. Ryno specialises in functional training and sports rehabilitation through calisthenics and corrective Pilates. He holds a BSc (hons) degree in Physiotherapy from University of London, St George’s Hospital Medical School and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. He is also a certified fitness and Pilates instructor, and has developed a wealth of experience and knowledge working with patients to aid recovery and alleviate pain, as well as for general strength and conditioning.
Ryno is passionate about assisting patients to regain strength and recover from injuries. He prides himself on taking a holistic approach to patient care and is focused on ensuring that patients receive the best possible care.
When not in clinic, Ryno enjoys Taekwondo, Karate, swimming and sampling the extensive food offering in Singapore.