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We strive to serve every patient with quality care and effective treatment that optimises your function and mobility reaching a state of wellness

WHY THE PHYSIO STUDIO?

Our Physiotherapy encompasses a thorough consultation, physical assessment and goal setting before an appropriate treatment is given. We believe in an active approach where you will take ownership of your health. We listen to what you say and we will help you reach your rehabilitation goal 

MEET OUR TEAM

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Ms Vernetta Wong

Principal Physiotherapist and Lymphoedema Therapist
“Seeing my patients regain their functions is my greatest joy in being a physiotherapist.”
Language Spoken:
  • English

  • Mandarin

  • Hokkien 

  • Cantonese

  • How does Physiotherapy helps in women's health?
    Women's health refers to conditions that varies from low back pain to urine incontinence that can arise from pregnancy or after pregnancy. Physiotherapy will be able to help to treat these conditions with professional advice, manual therapy and appropriate exercises.
  • What happens during pregnancy?
    During pregnancy, our body goes through tremendous change to accommodate the growth of a baby. As we patiently awaits for our newborn, this are the possible physical changes we may anticipate: Change in our posture​ Centre of gravity shifts forwards​ causing a change in spinal alignment Stretched and weakened muscles Upper back muscles Abdominal muscles​ Gluteal (buttock) muscles Hamstrings Pelvic floor muscles (The muscle that holds our bladder and womb in women) Tight shortened muscles Neck extensors​ Lower back muscles
  • What will you experience with the muscular change?
    Lower back pain Pelvic pain Pubic pain Urine Incontinence Water retention Diastasis recti (Separation in abdominal muscles)
  • What are the possible treatment that can help?
    Advice on correct posture and movements Pain relief Supportive taping Pilates Light strengthening and stretching exercises Kegel exercises with biofeedback/ electrical stimulation ( Urine incontinence) Manual lymphatic drainage ( A very gentle massage to treat water retention)
  • Is it safe to see a Physiotherapist during pregnancy and soon after delivery?
    Yes. Our Physiotherapist will be able to help you with your musculoskeletal pain that is caused by the physical stress from pregnancy or from caring of your baby after delivery. However, you may want to consult your obstetrician or doctor first to make sure you are suitable to start exercising.
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Ms Tay Yiling
Principal Physiotherapist

“Seeing my patients recover and regain their physical mobility and activities gives me immense satisfaction and pushes me on to become a better physiotherapist”

Language Spoken:
  • English

  • Mandarin

  • Hokkien 

  • Teochew

  • How does Physiotherapy helps in women's health?
    Women's health refers to conditions that varies from low back pain to urine incontinence that can arise from pregnancy or after pregnancy. Physiotherapy will be able to help to treat these conditions with professional advice, manual therapy and appropriate exercises.
  • What happens during pregnancy?
    During pregnancy, our body goes through tremendous change to accommodate the growth of a baby. As we patiently awaits for our newborn, this are the possible physical changes we may anticipate: Change in our posture​ Centre of gravity shifts forwards​ causing a change in spinal alignment Stretched and weakened muscles Upper back muscles Abdominal muscles​ Gluteal (buttock) muscles Hamstrings Pelvic floor muscles (The muscle that holds our bladder and womb in women) Tight shortened muscles Neck extensors​ Lower back muscles
  • What will you experience with the muscular change?
    Lower back pain Pelvic pain Pubic pain Urine Incontinence Water retention Diastasis recti (Separation in abdominal muscles)
  • What are the possible treatment that can help?
    Advice on correct posture and movements Pain relief Supportive taping Pilates Light strengthening and stretching exercises Kegel exercises with biofeedback/ electrical stimulation ( Urine incontinence) Manual lymphatic drainage ( A very gentle massage to treat water retention)
  • Is it safe to see a Physiotherapist during pregnancy and soon after delivery?
    Yes. Our Physiotherapist will be able to help you with your musculoskeletal pain that is caused by the physical stress from pregnancy or from caring of your baby after delivery. However, you may want to consult your obstetrician or doctor first to make sure you are suitable to start exercising.
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Ms Shaarmitha Manimaran

Rehabilitation and Massage Therapist
“I like to share my listening ear with my patients. They helped me to better understand their conditions and the difficulties they are going through. From there, I worked closely with them to reach their rehabilitation goals.”
Language Spoken:
  • English

  • Malay 

  • Tamil 

  • How does Physiotherapy helps in women's health?
    Women's health refers to conditions that varies from low back pain to urine incontinence that can arise from pregnancy or after pregnancy. Physiotherapy will be able to help to treat these conditions with professional advice, manual therapy and appropriate exercises.
  • What happens during pregnancy?
    During pregnancy, our body goes through tremendous change to accommodate the growth of a baby. As we patiently awaits for our newborn, this are the possible physical changes we may anticipate: Change in our posture​ Centre of gravity shifts forwards​ causing a change in spinal alignment Stretched and weakened muscles Upper back muscles Abdominal muscles​ Gluteal (buttock) muscles Hamstrings Pelvic floor muscles (The muscle that holds our bladder and womb in women) Tight shortened muscles Neck extensors​ Lower back muscles
  • What will you experience with the muscular change?
    Lower back pain Pelvic pain Pubic pain Urine Incontinence Water retention Diastasis recti (Separation in abdominal muscles)
  • What are the possible treatment that can help?
    Advice on correct posture and movements Pain relief Supportive taping Pilates Light strengthening and stretching exercises Kegel exercises with biofeedback/ electrical stimulation ( Urine incontinence) Manual lymphatic drainage ( A very gentle massage to treat water retention)
  • Is it safe to see a Physiotherapist during pregnancy and soon after delivery?
    Yes. Our Physiotherapist will be able to help you with your musculoskeletal pain that is caused by the physical stress from pregnancy or from caring of your baby after delivery. However, you may want to consult your obstetrician or doctor first to make sure you are suitable to start exercising.
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Sarah Bengel Caisip

Rehabilitation Therapist/Personal Trainer
““My greatest joy is seeing my clients/patients move better, fitter, healthier and happier. I'm passionate in helping people and journey with them to overcome physical and emotional challenges"
Language Spoken:
  • English

  • Tagalog

  • How does Physiotherapy helps in women's health?
    Women's health refers to conditions that varies from low back pain to urine incontinence that can arise from pregnancy or after pregnancy. Physiotherapy will be able to help to treat these conditions with professional advice, manual therapy and appropriate exercises.
  • What happens during pregnancy?
    During pregnancy, our body goes through tremendous change to accommodate the growth of a baby. As we patiently awaits for our newborn, this are the possible physical changes we may anticipate: Change in our posture​ Centre of gravity shifts forwards​ causing a change in spinal alignment Stretched and weakened muscles Upper back muscles Abdominal muscles​ Gluteal (buttock) muscles Hamstrings Pelvic floor muscles (The muscle that holds our bladder and womb in women) Tight shortened muscles Neck extensors​ Lower back muscles
  • What will you experience with the muscular change?
    Lower back pain Pelvic pain Pubic pain Urine Incontinence Water retention Diastasis recti (Separation in abdominal muscles)
  • What are the possible treatment that can help?
    Advice on correct posture and movements Pain relief Supportive taping Pilates Light strengthening and stretching exercises Kegel exercises with biofeedback/ electrical stimulation ( Urine incontinence) Manual lymphatic drainage ( A very gentle massage to treat water retention)
  • Is it safe to see a Physiotherapist during pregnancy and soon after delivery?
    Yes. Our Physiotherapist will be able to help you with your musculoskeletal pain that is caused by the physical stress from pregnancy or from caring of your baby after delivery. However, you may want to consult your obstetrician or doctor first to make sure you are suitable to start exercising.
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