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Physiotherapy involves the prevention, assessment and treatment of disorders of human movement due to physical disabilities, trauma or illness. Our physiotherapist will help you to relieve pain, improve muscles strength, joint range and mobility, increase exercise tolerance and and improve respiratory function.

Physiotherapists help patients get back to their original physical state through a variety of treatment techniques, such as:

  • Therapeutic exercises

  • Mobilisation

  • Manipulation

  • Muscle activation

  • Soft tissue release and trigger points

Our physiotherapist and team members will work closely with your doctors to ensure the patient receives advice on home activity, return to sport and progression of treatment. This holistic approach helps each patient achieve maximum movement and independence, reducing the risk for further injuries and to achieve a healthier lifestyle.


NeuroKinetic Therapy® corrective movement system is based on the premise that when injuries occur, certain muscles shut down or become inhibited, forcing other muscles to become overworked. By applying light pressure that the client then resists, the practitioner can evaluate the strength or weakness of each muscle, revealing the sources of injury and RETRAINING the client’s body to remove the compensation patterns. 


Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) is a series of short, controlled stretching technique developed by Aaron L. Mattes. It is a manual technique that combines both strengthening and stretching. This set of technique differs from the conventional passive and static stretching, as it involves the use of reciprocal inhibition -  a neuromuscular reflex whereby the contraction of a muscle, allows the opposite to relax. 

Through AIS, one can achieve a new range of motion and at the same time, develop muscular control. This technique is highly adopted by elite athletes as a pre-activity for muscular activation and mobilization. It is also utilised during post-activity to promote blood flow into the targeted muscles for better recovery.


The Advanced Sports Massage service encompasses a basic movement assessment to identify the areas to be released. 

The therapists adopts a variety of soft tissue manipulation techniques  such as the Active Release Technique, Deep Tissue Release Technique, Trigger Point Release Technique and Muscle Activation Technique to rectify the musculoskeletal imbalances identified. 

This service is suitable for both pre and post physical activities, as the variety of techniques can be used selectively to cater to your needs, such as: 

  • Musculoskeletal realignment

  • Muscle activation

  • Muscle recovery and relaxation


MAT is a non-invasive clinical massage technique that incorporates neuromuscular retraining, structural integration,and stretching. This holistic body work method addresses issues with the joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons and fascia system of the body and has been proven to relieve chronic pain in clients. 


Designed to optimise the performance of athletes in various competitive sports, our customised strength training and conditioning programmes have been proven to help the athlete/sports team attain the desired goals in terms of speed, strength and agility with minimal risk of injury.


7 in 10 office workers in Singapore suffer from back, shoulder and neck pains according to a SGH study. 

The corporate life can sometimes be one filled with aches, pain and muscle stiffness especially if you spend long hours at your desk churning out report after report. And the good news is that we have better solutions to help you than a constant supply of  medicated plasters and sprays for stiff shoulders, strained neck and back pain.

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