Cheng Guang Hao
Guang Hao’s decision of being a physiotherapist stemmed from an injury he sustained during his school days, when he was playing soccer competitively. He tore his Anterior Cruciate Ligament and had to undergo two knee surgeries. His physiotherapist back then was able to rehabilitate him back to his sport, thereby motivating him to pursue a career as a physiotherapist. As a past patient, Guang Hao better understands athletes with injuries, and because of that, he’s constantly motivated to bring them back to their sport without restrictions.
Chew Pui Wan
Pui Wan graduated from University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) degree. Since 2000, she has been working in both public hospitals and private practices, gaining extensive experience in treating musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries. Her interest lies in treating and preventing spinal pain and sports injuries. As a physiotherapist, Pui Wan strongly believes in getting proper health management for oneself to achieve the best possible quality of life.
Chng Chye Tuan
Equipped with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia, Chye Tuan built his professional career working at reputable institutions such as Singapore General Hospital, Alexandra Hospital’s Sports Clinic and the Football Association of Singapore where he covered for the National Youth Teams. Being an avid sports person himself, Chye Tuan carries over his passion for sports into the arena of management and prevention of sports injuries. He has to his credit several public appearances on local TV and radio where he has spoken on matters related to fitness and health.
Dhaara is a certified Level 2 AposTherapist passionate about helping people lead a better quality of life by addressing lower limb injuries and slowing down the wear and tear in knees, ankles, hip and lower back. Dhaara was previously coaching and treating a speed skating team before joining a public hospital in Singapore to specialise in treating orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions
Following completion of his Masters of Physiotherapy in Curtin University, Ken has been working with various sporting and entertainment organisations both in Australia and Singapore. Prior to attaining his Physiotherapy credentials, Ken has also completed a Bachelor of Science from the University of Western Australia with a focus in exercise physiology and biomechanics. Being a former football player with Woodlands Wellington FC, Ken is also a keen sportsman with particular interest in strength training, rugby and basketball. Ken is a registered physiotherapist both in Australia and Singapore.
After completion of his studies in physiotherapy, Samuel joined Core Concepts to pursue his passion in treating musculoskeletal disorders. With a particular interest in spine injuries, Samuel strongly believes in combining manual techniques, proper ergonomics and exercises to reduce pain and improve quality of life. Whether they are desk-bound workers trying to get through work daily pain free or an elite athlete trying to get back to sport, Samuel is always determined to get them back in the shortest period of time.
Yong Sue Mei
Sue Mei graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia. Since 2009, she has gained experience working in Tan Tock Seng Hospital, treating musculoskeletal conditions and giving public talks on joint pain and ergonomics. Her interest lies in treating senior clients with spinal pain and helping them to be able to self-manage their conditions and prevent recurrence.