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.
Joaan graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) with Honours from Trinity College Dublin in 2017.
She started her career in a restructured hospital and has amassed extensive experience in treating patients with musculoskeletal, neurological, orthopaedics and geriatric conditions, as well as chronic disease management. During her time, she worked with doctors and other healthcare professionals to establish patient care services such as Frailty Clinic for geriatric patients and Tele-rehabilitation services. She even pioneered Tele-rehabilitation group physiotherapy classes for patients with knee osteoarthritis. She is also a certified Clinical Educator for physiotherapy students from Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT).
Joaan believes in a collaborative yet patient-centered approach with her clients to not only achieve successful outcomes, but also empower clients to move better and live better. With that, she adopts a range of manual techniques, evidence-based exercises and education in order to achieve the best results.
Redenna has always been fascinated by the workings of the human body, with an emphasis on understanding movement, mind-body connections and pain science.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) with honours from Trinity College Dublin and started her career at Tan Tock Seng Hospital. After working with different disciplines in the hospital, she decided to specialise in treating patients with orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions, including post-surgical rehab, low back pains and various muscle, nerve or joint injuries. With the goal to help others understand their pain and guide them towards a stronger and healthier life, Redenna hopes to empower clients to achieve their own goals towards recovery.
Outside of Physiotherapy, Redenna is a practitioner of martial arts, both external (Muay Thai, Aikido, Kung Fu) and internal (Tai Chi, Nei Gong), which greatly hones the mind-body connection. Other hobbies include rock climbing and trekking in the Himalayan regions.
Wan Yi graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy from INTI International University. She worked at a chiropractic and rehabilitation center in Singapore for approximately two years, focusing on musculoskeletal problems such as neck and lower back pain, frozen shoulder, and knee osteoarthritis. During her education, Wan Yi completed over 2000 clinical hours at various hospitals and sports clinics, gaining exposure to a wide range of clinical conditions in government hospitals and private physiotherapy centers in Malaysia.
Her deep interest lies in musculoskeletal and sports-related clinical conditions, and she is continually working to enhance her skills and knowledge as a physiotherapist. Her goal is to promote the development of her patients, facilitate their recovery, and help them maintain as much independence as possible. Outside of her professional life, Wan Yi engages in various outdoor activities, including jogging, playing badminton, and volleyball. This involvement has granted her a deeper understanding of sports biomechanics. Combined with her interest, knowledge, and experience, it has fueled her passion for musculoskeletal and sports injuries.
Shu Yee graduated from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Physiotherapy.
She previously worked as a Physiotherapist in a private rehabilitation centre in Malaysia and gained valuable experience treating a wide variety of simple and complex musculoskeletal injuries, such as low back pain, frozen shoulder, and ACL reconstruction.
Prior to arriving in Singapore, she accumulated her hands-on experience in her clinical placement. During her time, she attained an Outstanding Intern award at Huashan Hospital Shanghai, where she gained her interest in lymphedema breast cancer rehabilitation, post-surgical rehabilitation and neurological rehabilitation.
With the goal of helping people regain their mobility and functional independence, she focuses on giving people the best treatment solutions and strengthening her knowledge and skills. She works on achieving these goals by providing evidence-based and effective therapy for each condition.
Outside of her clinical practice, she indulges in playing volleyball and swimming, particularly playing Kung Fu Fan and has earned a first-class award in Shanghai Students Sunshine Sports.
Dr. Robyn Wong graduated from the University of Newcastle (Australia) with a Bachelor of Medicine. She went on to work in various hospitals and clinics in Singapore and in the US. Dr. Robyn believes the best approach to health is one that is holistic, which takes into consideration not only a person’s physical but also mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. At the same time, the management of health should also square with medical practices backed by scientific evidence. As there is no one-size-fits-all to-do list for well-being, for health plans to be effective, they should be uniquely designed to meet the needs of each individual. Robyn is passionate in learning about the goals and struggles of others, and working alongside them to figure out ways to optimise their health and functioning, in order to make the most of their lives.