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.
Graduated from National University of Malaysia, Anson joined pain relief practice after practicing physiotherapy in National University Hospital (NUH) for almost 6 years. Always keeping himself updated with the latest research in physiotherapy, Anson is confident of providing a wholistic care for your conditions to achieve your goals.
With experience in treating a variety of conditions, including pre and post-operative rehabilitation, he understands the importance of combining the latest medical technologies for pain management with evidence-based treatment techniques. This includes manual therapy, exercise prescription and patient education
Anson specializes in treating shoulder, knee and ankle conditions. Being a Certified Mulligan Practitioner, he is able to provide simple yet effective manual approach to restore joint function and abolish pain.
Darryl graduated from the University of Salford, Manchester (UK) and had experience in ICUs, transplants unit, neurological wards and musculoskeletal cases. Upon returning to Singapore, he practiced in the community sector and was exposed to a wide array of post-op rehabilitation, musculoskeletal and neurological conditions focusing on wellness improvements and returning to work.
Darryl specialises in upper limb, back and lower limb conditions and excels in evidence-based treatment techniques. He employs a holistic approach to education and exercise prescription relevant to individual patients, working towards restoring function and minimising pain.
On top of his extensive experience as a physiotherapist, Darryl is accredited under the National Coaching Accreditation Programme (NCAP) by Sports Singapore since 2011. Being involved in various sports such as tennis and yoga, he transfers that intimate knowledge to optimise performance training for athletes with physical stability and sports-specific skills.
Baoxian graduated with honours from Trinity College Dublin. She has accumulated more than 6 years of experience in various settings including ICUs, home therapy, post stroke rehabilitation and an overseas musculoskeletal attachment, before joining the Pain Relief Practice.
Specializing in pre and post operative recovery and musculoskeletal conditions; including back, upper and lower limb conditions. Constantly looking to better her techniques in physiotherapy, Baoxian is certified in Neuro-Developmental Technique as well as in the first GEMt Trigger Point Dry Needling course held in Singapore. She places emphasis on patient care, having won an AIC award for redesigning client experience in 2018.
An avid rock climber, she uses her knowledge of sports, injury and recovery to help patients in their own journey towards recovery.
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.