Our physiotherapist, Olivia Xu (bottom left), was covering Kesatuan Ragi Selangor 7s 2018 as the team physiotherapist for Team Singapore. Also a huge congratulations to the girls for coming out of the tournament as Bowl Champs! Planning a sporting event? From local sporting events to international tournaments, our expertise and advanced clinical skills makes us…

It was a great pleasure for us to be part of Interpol’s Health Day, where our team had the opportunity to share more about how Physiotherapy can help at work and in life. Corporate health & ergonomics are also gaining traction with more businesses as employers realise that the prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs)…

Football (or ‘soccer’) is the world’s most popular sport. There are over 240 million registered players worldwide, and many more recreational football players. Most football injuries affect the lower limb, involving the thigh, groin, knee or ankle; having more knowledge of common football injuries is a great way to help you to prevent getting injured. Here…

Our physiotherapists Brigitte and Liam were present at the 9th Swiss Summer Football Tournament last weekend to provide physiotherapy, sports massage and medical coverage for the athletes. Planning a sporting event? From local sporting events to international tournaments, our expertise and advanced clinical skills makes us the team of choice to manage your specific event requirements! Contact or…

The hustle and bustle of city life makes everyday a chase for time. Health experts recommend at least 8 hours of sleep every night but in reality, getting by on less sleep may seem like the only option for many. A good night’s sleep helps us feel energised during the day, make better decisions and helps balance out our emotions….

The summer holidays are here and many of you would be travelling long distances this period. However, do you know that travelling on flights that extend beyond 4 hours can be associated with serious health threats? Blood clots, also known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT), can form in the deep veins of your legs during…

A survey conducted by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) confirmed the most common myths about physiotherapy. While the demand for physiotherapists continues to rise and many consumers are experiencing the transformative effects of physiotherapy, some misconceptions persist. APTA is debunking common ones to better enable consumers to take charge of their health and improve their overall…

                                                                               Today we take the opportunity to welcome a new physiotherapist to the team. Laura O’Byrne who…

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the most commonly injured ligament in the knee that requires surgical reconstruction. It is a very important ligament for stability, during both static and dynamic activities. It’s primary purpose is to stop the tibia anteriorly translating (moving forward) in relation to the femur. Due to its importance as a…

‘Flat feet’ or pes planus is a condition in which the arch of the foot is lower than usual. However, this can be a misleading term as flat feet can be divided into ‘rigid’ or ‘flexible’. Rigid flat foot is a rare condition in which the bones of the foot are fused together. On the…