Wee Heng graduated from Auckland University of Technology (New Zealand) with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy. Due to his active involvement in sports, he started working as a physiotherapist specialising in musculoskeletal conditions (muscle and joint) in a private clinic.
In his years of clinical experience, he has worked with acute to chronic pain clients of all ages. Wee Heng believes in treating his patients holistically – he not only manages the physical aspects of their rehabilitation process, but works on moulding their mental grit and mind-set in their efforts towards recovery.
Wee Heng works with clients to achieve their goals through education and empowerment. With his encouragement and rehabilitative efforts, his clients are able to succeed in their rehabilitation and resume most,
if not all, of their favourite activities and sports.
Wee Heng takes part in competitive volleyball and his memorable achievements include taking part in a half iron-man competition and representing the Singapore Armed Forces in the South-East Asia (SEA) military volleyball competition. His participation in sports enables him to relate better to clients who are passionate about fitness and sports.
Post-operative / Post Injuries / Sports & Work Related Injuries rehabilitation
BSc Physiotherapy (Auckland University of Technology)
Certified in OMT Dry Needling
Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) Level 3
Standard First Aid and CPR