Allied health clinic specialising in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy in convenient locations. A team of 8 highly experienced therapists provide physiotherapy, sports massage and strength and conditioning both in clinic and at home. Get access to customised treatment, fully equipped gym and latest technology for recovery!
239 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427496
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About The Physiotherapist
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
Certified Myofascial Release Technique Therapist (Level 1)
Certified Myofascial Release Technique Therapist (Level 2)
Combined Movement Theory Certified
Trigger Point Dry Needling Certified
After graduating from Trinity College Dublin (Honors) programme, Timothy started his career in NTFGH where he had broad exposure to the many different disciplines within the acute setting. This experience taught him to work comfortably with patients of all age groups. A strong interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy saw Timothy move on to the polyclinics where he treated mainly outpatient musculoskeletal issues. Timothy believes in a holistic physiotherapy programme consisting of various hands-on approach as well as an evidence-based rehabilitation programme to help patients achieve their goals. His dedication and hard work have also earned him the 2018 Star Allied Health Professional Award in the Polyclinics.
Outside of work, Timothy enjoys gymming, soccer and playing music.
Pei Xuan Lee
MSc Physiotherapy and Assistive Technology
Pei Xuan graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 2012 and pursued her Masters of Physiotherapy from National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan.
Pei Xuan has since worked in public and private practice settings in both Taipei and Singapore, gaining invaluable experience working with clients of many different clinical conditions across age groups. As a physiotherapist, Pei Xuan is a strong advocate of attaining proper health management for oneself and believes in guiding her clients towards an improvement in quality of life. Her strive for excellence motivates her towards a journey of continuous education to ensure that all her clients are treated with an up-to-date evidence-based approach.
Outside of work, Pei Xuan enjoys music, swimming, hiking as well as yoga and pilates classes.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
MSc Musculoskeletal Science
Diploma in Biological Science
Singapore Physiotherapy Association Ex-Committee
Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Practitioner
After graduating with a first-class (Hons) degree in physiotherapy from Manchester Metropolitan University, Kieron worked for the National Health Service before moving to Singapore in 2014. Kieron has since worked in public and private practice settings gaining experience treating a wide spectrum of musculoskeletal disorders. Kieron is co-chair of the Singapore Physiotherapy Associations (SPA) Musculoskeletal special interest group, Executive Committee of the SPA as well as a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in the UK and a regular content contributor for anatomy-physiotherapy.com.
Kieron holds an MSc in Musculoskeletal Sciences from University College London and is currently involved in international research efforts to improve sporting and functional outcomes following rotator cuff injury and surgery. His professional interests are musculoskeletal physiotherapy with a focus on tendon and muscular recovery post-injury, application of transitional research to clinical practice, and objective clinical testing and outcome measures. Having attended several training courses conducted by world leaders in physiotherapy and musculoskeletal medicine, he takes a holistic approach to help his patients return to their chosen activities as soon as possible.
Outside of work, Kieron is always trying to keep fit by running and working out at the gym. He also enjoys music, reading, history, and trying to learn Bahasa Melayu and Indonesia.
ESWT creates and delivers mechanical waves of high energy acoustic pressure into a specific group of tissues. Each of these waves is termed a ‘shockwave’. These shockwaves have a profound effect on the human body’s healing capacity and there are years of research showing ESWT works to drastically enhance the innate healing response of the body.
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy treats all conditions relating to bones, joints, and muscles. Careful subjective and objective tests are performed to determine the root cause of injury. Rehabilitation is tailored to eliminate the source of pain, prevent re-injury, and allowing pain-free functional performance.
Sports massage therapy is a form of bodywork geared toward participants in athletics. It is used to help prevent injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity and maintain it in optimal condition, and to help athletes recover from workouts and injuries. Sports massage has three basic forms: pre-event massage, post-event massage, and maintenance massage.
- What exactly is physiotherapy?
If you are not quite sure what a physiotherapist does and how they can help you, then you are not alone. Unless you have previously been to a physiotherapist, there is a good chance that you might not know exactly what is a physiotherapist and what do they do. A physiotherapist is a allied health professional that promotes movement, helps ease pain and restore function. They assess a client’s condition and develop a treatment plan unique to that individual.
According to the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, the official description of a physiotherapist is, “The heart of the physiotherapy profession understands how and why movement and function take place. Physiotherapists are highly skilled and autonomous health care professionals who provide safe quality client-centred physiotherapy through a commitment to service availability, accessibility and excellence.” A physiotherapist works with people of all ages and treats a vast amount of health conditions.
What exactly does a physiotherapist do?
Physiotherapists are an important component in rehabilitation, treatment and prevention of acute and chronic conditions. A physiotherapist uses a wide range of modalities to treat. Treatment can include manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, dry needling, shockwave therapy, blood flow restriction therapy and mechanical devices like ultrasound and tens machines.
Do I need a doctor’s referral to book an appointment?
You no longer need a doctor’s referral before seeing a physiotherapist. It is possible that your insurance company may require you to see a physician and obtain a referral before seeing a physio. However, in the majority of cases, people are free to book an appointment directly without a note from their doctor.
Is physiotherapy painful?
Physiotherapy shouldn’t hurt and is completely safe. Physiotherapy often activates deep tissue, and it’s quite possible that there will be some soreness after a treatment session. Stretching, deep tissue work and resistance exercise will often cause temporary soreness. It’s important to note that sometimes getting better requires some hard work.
What to expect on the first visit?
Physiotherapy is designed to treat you as an individual. A full assessment of your condition will take place on your first appointment. The physio will do a physical assessment that will include tests on strength, your range of motion, balance and restrictions. The physiotherapist will also review all relevant medical reports. Together with the client, the physiotherapist will set realistic and achievable goals. Your physio will begin by making a full treatment plan for your rehabilitation program and make a schedule of appointments.
Can physiotherapists eliminate my pain for good?
Pain is a defence mechanism that our bodies use to restrict motion and alert us to a problem. Physiotherapy cannot eliminate all pain related problems. Sometimes surgery or other medical interventions are necessary. However, in the vast majority of situations, physiotherapy can help to eliminate pain permanently. Physiotherapists will guide clients in steps they can take to stay pain-free in the future by altering the patterns and motions that originally caused the pain. We are also able to access and determine if other professions can better treat you either together with physiotherapy or independently and offer you a referral letter.
How frequent and how long?
Every situation is different. Some clients need no more than two or three visits to a physiotherapist. However, some clients such as stroke patients or those who have an acquired brain injury may see a physiotherapist for some years. The goal of every physiotherapist should be to eliminate the need for a client to see them. This means they need to provide professional and effective treatment that ensures a long-term solution to a client’s problem.
What are the most common problems they treat?
Physiotherapists treat a wide variety of issues. Some physiotherapists specialize in certain areas while others see a broad range of conditions. Knee, back, shoulder and neck soreness remain the most common treatments that a physiotherapist will see. Physiotherapists also work with stroke survivors, acquired brain injuries, post-operative orthopedic patients and sports injuries.
- Cost of a consultation and ESWT session
$150 for 3 sessions (excluding physiotherapy charges)