Welcome to BMJ Physiotherapy Singapore

BMJ Physiotherapy Singapore provides accessible and quality specialist care for your bones, muscles, and joints. Our team of highly trained allied health professionals (physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and rehab therapists) adopts the latest proven treatment methodologies and works in alliance to deliver the best possible care to our patients.

“A painkiller numbs the pain temporarily. Physiotherapy manages pain naturally.”

Singapore Physiotherapy

We strive to help our patients recover as quickly and safely as possible through physiotherapy treatments, so they can resume and enjoy their pre-injury lifestyle.

 What is physical therapy treatment?

Physiotherapy is the implementation of evidence-based, time-tested techniques to help restore, maintain, and improve movement, function, and overall well-being. It includes both rehabilitation and injury prevention, as well as the promotion of health and fitness. It combines knowledge of anatomy and physiology, the study of normal body function, with neuroscience, the study of the structure and function of the nervous system.

What does a Physiotherapy Session Include?

Physiotherapy focuses on diagnosing and treating a patient’s injury, disease, or physical deformity. The emphasis is on overcoming functional issues such as difficulty in mobility and completing everyday tasks.

-Physiotherapy treatment may consist of one or more of the following:
-Electrical stimulation for pain relief
-Manual Release Therapy to Improve Joint Movements or Soft Tissue Tension
-Movement re-training
-Individualised exercise programme

Our Area of Specialities

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Bones, Muscles, and Joints conditions

We refer to injuries to the bones, muscles, and joints as musculoskeletal injuries. Some common examples include back pain, ankle sprains, slipped discs and stress fractures. This type of injury can be caused by various factors, such as overuse, sudden impact, falls, or accidents. When these injuries occur, performing daily activities or maintaining a normal lifestyle can be difficult. However, BMJ physiotherapists are specially trained to assess and treat musculoskeletal injuries, which can help patients regain their mobility and quality of life quickly. By working with a physiotherapist, patients can receive a personalised treatment plan that addresses their unique needs and helps them recover from their injuries.

Sports physiotherapy & Return to Sports

Led by ex-team SG sports physiotherapists, we bring sports injury assessment and management to a broader audience of sports enthusiasts.

We understand your sport’s and lifestyle’s demands and aim to bring you back to your sport more robust and faster than before. We value the teamwork behind getting you back by working closely with your sports doctor, therapists, coaches, or parents.

BMJ Physiotherapy Singapore is backed by years of expertise and experience, knowledge of human anatomy, and the latest treatment approaches. Let us get you back to your game safely and quickly.

Prehab and post-surgical rehab

Prehabilitation before surgery is the sensible way to prepare for orthopaedic surgery. We aim to reduce the risk of postoperative complications and improve recovery times. Knowing that he is well prepared for the upcoming surgery is often very reassuring to the patient.

Post-surgery rehabilitation is essential and is guided by our physiotherapist using orthopaedic doctor-approved guidelines. We work closely with your doctors to ensure a smooth and fast recovery.

Our Services

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Manual therapy or mobilisation therapy

Radial Shockwave Therapy (RSWT)

Dry needling

Clinical Pilates

Sports massage

Exercise testing and therapy

BFR training


Taping and Kinesio taping

Postural analysis and body reading

Running gait analysis

Ergonomics assessment

Prehabilitation and post-op rehab

Orthotics Fitting

Google & Facebook Reviews

Excellent5.0 Based on 808 reviews from review us onGerald TanGerald Tan ★★★★★ Thank you to the team at BMJ Kovan for getting me back up on my feet again. Was referred for physiotherapy after my knee surgery 1 year back and was seen by Aloysius since.He has nothing short of amazing in my recovery journey.We happen to have a common hobby of road cycling it was nice to push each other out on the roads towards the end of my rehab.I will highly recommend BMJ Physiotherapy and would recommend looking for Aloysius if its knee related or if you're a cyclistSara NgSara Ng ★★★★★ I am very satisfied with my sessions with Nicole. She was able to successfully identify the cause of my issues, and help fix the problem. I was very impressed by the knowledge she shared with me. I would definitely recommend BMJ Physiotherapy Ang Mo Kio.Lim LawLim Law ★★★★★ Darek Lam was introduced to me by a Dr friend who also received good quality physio treatment from him. Darek is confident , friendly and most important of all , clinically experienced and effective to understand my problems with frozen shoulders and able to diagnose and identify my challenges and craft my personalised treatment plan with realistic goals for me. And he was customer - oriented and committed and ready to either journey with me until my frozen shoulders challenges really resolved or flexible enough to let me decide when I wish to end the sessions with him. He also gave easy - to- understand self-help therapy exercises instructions at treatment room as well as for me to do it myself at home.Also able to take into consideration my medical benefits constraints and revised the payment package for me.And his admin counter team is friendly, helpful and prompt to respond to my WhatsApp queries as and when I needed some advice re. Appt rescheduling or other physio related queries.Money and time sure worth it for the physio experience with Darek Lam and BMJ.Regards, Lim.Cz TanCz Tan ★★★★★ Got referred to BMJ by my Orthopaedic specialist for my tendon inflammation in my knee. Went to AMK branch due to convenience.Got assigned to physio Nicole who was very professional throughout my multiple sessions. Using her expert knowledge, she diagnosed the root cause of my issue and recommended exercises so that I can speed up my recovery.Over the course of a month, my pain went from a 5-6 to 1, which was a significant quality of life improvement for me.I personally highly recommend Nicole should anyone require physiotherapy sessions.Meng Mee HoMeng Mee Ho ★★★★★ BMJ Kovan clinic is spacious and well maintained with friendly and helpful staff. I am thankful for my physio Kiyoko who is very knowledgeable and encouraging. She has also given me a lot of different ideas on how to strengthen my different muscle groups to help cope with my torn ACL so that I can go back to doing all my usual activities and lifestyle again. Thanks Kiyoko and BMJ!Loo DanLoo Dan ★★★★★ I suffered a lower back injury late last year and was suggested by my specialist to visit BMJ for my physiotherapy rehabilitation. I was assigned to Ms Alyssa who patiently guided me in improving my posture and movement that greatly mitigated my discomfort and help me recover from my injury. She was very thorough in helping me to understand how to perform my exercises properly and modified them to suit my needs. I am very satisfied with my rehabilitation and would recommend.AaliyahZ ProductionsAaliyahZ Productions ★★★★★ The physiotherapist was very open to listening about what i had to day about my pain, and was able to identify which muscle was causing the pain and that helped me a lot. Overall 10/10 experience, the physiotherapist is very experienced and professional.AlvinAlvin ★★★★★ I've been visiting BMJ Physiotherapy for treatment of my sports injury, and I'm thrilled with the progress I've made. Vanessa is professional also attentive and skilled in her approach. Thanks to her expertise, I am back to my active lifestyle much sooner than I anticipated.Xinyi LimXinyi Lim ★★★★★ I went to BMJ to find a solution for my recurring episodes of back pain which was affecting my way of life. Aloysius, my physiotherapist, helped me to release my back tension to make better assessment on my back’s situation. He also paid attention to my standing, sitting, walking and eventually running postures. From there, he taught me stretches and exercises to not just help me relieve the pain but also strengthen my core so as to eliminate the potential reoccurrence of the pain. It was a positive experience for me.Esther CollinsEsther Collins ★★★★★ I was diagnosed with IT band syndrome and could not go down stairs without pain.I popped into BMJ in Ang Mo Kio and made an appointment with Ding Zhi.Ding Zhi listened, watched, manipulated and gave me 3 different exercises to work on by myself until our next appointment. Before I left the clinic, Ding Zhi took the time to make sure I knew how to do the exercises correctly.On my second visit, he again listened, then took the time to watch me attempt step climbing and once more, I left the clinic with 3 new exercisesBy my third visit, I was able to attempt walking down low steps without any pain. Once again, 3 more customised exercises for my homework and I am pleased to say 3 sessions with Ding Zhi did it👍👍👍Thank you again.Rest assured that should I need a physiotherapist, I will be backEsther CGladys LohGladys Loh ★★★★★ Thank you BMJ and Physio Nicole for her earnestness, dedication and care!Came here for ankle injury, and Nicole was very detailed in seeing through my recovery process, and eventually it recovered. She was also very assuring and friendly, which made the road to recovery an enjoyable one.Jim LeeJim Lee ★★★★★ I'm thrilled to share my incredible experience with Ding Zhi! His expertise, patience, and encouragement have been instrumental in my recovery from Achilles tendon rupture. With his personalized treatment plans and gentle guidance, I've seen significant improvements in my mobility, strength, and overall well-being. Ding Zhi takes the time to listen, explains complex concepts in a clear and concise manner, and creates a supportive environment that makes you feel at ease. I've regained confidence in my body's abilities and can't thank Ding Zhi enough for helping me get back on track. If you're seeking a dedicated and compassionate physiotherapist, look no further! Ding Zhi is exceptional and I highly recommend his services.Mandy BarlowMandy Barlow ★★★★★ I was recommended to see Bruno at BMJ Tampines by a friend who gave glowing reviews. I had seen several physiotherapists over many years and though I couldn’t complain, I certainly l didn’t feel I had as positive an experience as she did, so I booked an appointment after a running injury to my foot. I liked his approach right away. He is a good listener, addresses all questions and issues in detail, explains the reasons and causes for things, and gives me exercises at the right pace. He really helped me to address not only my injury but also aches that I’ve had for many years related to scoliosis. It feels great to finally understand how to manage my condition and strengthen the right muscle groups without aggravating others. I highly recommend Bruno.erica wooerica woo ★★★★★ BMJ Kovan,Aloysius is a good therapist and knows what he is doing. Had back pain and he was able to identify a few spot on my lower limb that cause the back pain. Saw improvement after a few sessions.Toh Qin WayneToh Qin Wayne ★★★★★ I had a second ACL tear in 2022 and after undergoing surgery, was recommended by my surgeon to BMJ Kovan to undergo physiotherapy as part of the recovery process.

Dr. Sharon was my physiotherapist and she was instrumental in my recovery, always taking the time to assuage my worries and ensure that I am both physically and mentally improving over the physiotherapy sessions. Dr. Sharon's geniality made the process of undergoing physiotherapy much more bearable, and after about a year or so of physiotherapy, I am back to living an active lifestyle once again! I would also like to credit Irene who always made me feel welcome and gave me encouragement as well!

I would like to thank BMJ for the great care rendered, and recommend people who have experienced sports injuries/trauma to pay a visit to help with their condition!
Jena LeeJena Lee ★★★★★ I made an appointment with physiotherapist Darek Lam for some wrist pain and after telling him more about some other pains and past surgeries I've had, he was able to do a full body assessment to point out some other areas of concern and weaknesses and provided simple ways I can improve and work on them on my own. Learnt so much from him in just 3 sessions! Thank you!Deborah TDeborah T ★★★★★ I had intermittent back pain for two years and my ortho recommended physiotherapy at BMJ. My physiotherapist Alyssa at BMJ Tampines was very helpful in recommending a variety of exercises to complete at home, and allowed me to take some videos for reference.My back pain was gone a few sessions later. She also helped me to identify several other areas to work on to prevent recurrence. Highly recommend!Shaiful Herman ShaliShaiful Herman Shali ★★★★★ I consulted BMJ for pre and post ops physio for my knee cartilage injury, and have been very pleased with their service and advice. Special mention to Aloysius who saw thru my healing regimen, and also helping with a recurring back problem through dry needling, have been free of back pain since. Thank youEmily TanEmily Tan ★★★★★ Physio Nicole is a very nice lady and patient. My mom who’s an elderly went to her for a course of sessions. Not only she helped my mom with her knots and pains, but I saw good improvement with my mom in just about 2-3 sessions. Physio Nicole is very assuring towards my mom and she’s easily contactable via BMJ’s office WhatsApp number and will reply to my questions and doubts.kritzinjakartakritzinjakarta ★★★★★ Alyssa is an excellent physiotherapist who helped me with my frozen shoulder issue. She is very articulate and gives clear directions on the exercises that I need to do, and allowed me to take videos so I can follow the exercise at home.She starts with measuring my left shoulder range and then provides effective massage/treatment and then measures again if there was an improvement. She is friendly and caring and explained her methods. She also gives advice on what activity that I can do at home.I recommend Alyssa and BMJ Physiotherapy highly.Jeremy PehJeremy Peh ★★★★★ This is the 3rd Physiotherapist I have engaged, each therapist for different injury. Hwee Koon services is not the most costly but well worth the time. She works her way to the root cause of my injury. It starts with tears of pain but rewarded with release in tension and improvement in mobility. You get what you paid for and Hwee Koon walks the talk.She does not always station in AMK, so communicate with the receptionist to make the arrangement.If the physiotherapist only talks to you and recommends exercise, stop wasting time. Go for a therapist that actively solves your issue with action.RaginiGmthyRaginiGmthy ★★★★★ I had been advised by orthopedic to go for physio and got to know BMJ Tampines outlet as part of my recovery process. My assigned physio, Alyssa, was diligent, meticulous, and taught me what are the signs to look out for in case any form of prescribed exercise didn't suite. I appreciate her dedication and care, her sessions were effective in improving my knee from its injury.If anyone needs good quality treatment, I'd recommend they consider and give the BMJ chain a chance! You'll be in good hands.Hao Wei ChanHao Wei Chan ★★★★★ Very friendly and helpful physiotherapist. The tips and advice given to me improved my injury greatly and i can do the exercises on my own even after i stopped my physio appointments. The exercises were also very applicable and transferable to the sports that i do on a frequent basis.Lihan ZhangLihan Zhang ★★★★★ I have seen lotsa physiotherapist and to be frank I am starting to lose faith in PT.Dr Sharon Wang is the best I have seen so far and she really knows her stuff. (Although to be frank, I had some doubts when I first met her.) She was not only professional and very candid as well. She made you feel that going to physiotherapy is not a chore but a time to relax and exercise. She is like a low maintenance friend that you can chat on nuances of life and laugh with you.I have been struggling to convince my mum to do something for herself and not let old age eat away her quality of life. With 5 mins of her talk, she has done it. If I know it is so easy, I would have brought her earlier.So thank you BMJ wonderful team. Even the receptionist was candid and helpful. It’s great to be working in such a kind and inclusive environment. No wonder it’s 5 stars with 200++ reviews.It is easy to find someone with the heart, it’s easy to find someone with a brain. It is not easy to find someone with the brain and serve with the heart. That’s you, Dr Sharon Wang!Mervin KongMervin Kong ★★★★★ I injured my ankle 4 months ago and left it untreated, after coming across this clinic, my assigned physio Alyssa, was diligent in getting to the root cause of my injury. After 2 months of treatment, they helped to get me from walking painfully to pain-free running! They are very professional and I highly recommend!Eric RoquelEric Roquel ★★★★★ I was advised by othopedic to go for physiotherapy due to extreme pain at back of the heel pain in my left foot and unable to walk for almost 2 weeks. Physio Alyssa was very systematic in assessing the cause of pain, guided me in the proper technique of doing the exercises and being mindful on maintaining proper posture on a daily basis and ofcourse diligently executing the exercises every single day... im back on my feet in 3weeks time... indeed your recovery starts here!Tay Xin YiTay Xin Yi ★★★★★ I sprained my ankle due to sports injury and came to BMJ to do physiotherapy and was attended by Physio Aloysius Chan. He was patient and funny and overall provided me with a fun and good ankle recovery! Would definitely refer anyone to BMJ!Joshua HoJoshua Ho ★★★★★ Its been almost one year since my ACL reconstruction and meniscal repair surgery. Dr Bruno Chia has been with me on this journey from the time i sustained my injury, contemplating to go for surgery to post ops recovery. Through his spot on diagnosis and simple explanation(no fancy jargon), i was able to fully understand what had happen to my body and different phases of recovery i was at and what was achievable. Bruno is also very understanding and does his best to tailored exercises/stretches for me based on my current lifestyle which was essential. This was my first time in my life having to go for surgery (not the best experience) and physiotherapy but Bruno has definitely made it more bearable and positive for me. I'm very appreciative to his dedication and professionalism. 11/10 Highly recommend Dr Bruno Chia services if anyone is ever looking for a physiotherapist in Singapore.P.S BMJ Tampines support staff was also very professional and accommodating throughout my Journey here. kudos to them too!Michaela TadenaMichaela Tadena ★★★★★ I did my post-MPFL physiotherapy with Dr Sharon at BMJ Kovan. I started with my quads unable to move and in less than 5 months, I was running, dancing and kneeling. It took a lot of work (especially at home) but I couldn’t have done it without a doctor who explains anatomy and recovery, creates a treatment plan and encourages me every session. It was a life-changing experience that had me prioritizing my overall health! I’m grateful to Dr Sharon and everyone at BMJ!NPrakkaNPrakka ★★★★★ Big thanks to Bruno and the team at BMJ Tampines. Bruno was very professional his recommendations greatly helped with my recovery. He was patient in explaining the different concepts behind the exercises. One could also not ask for better service from the supporting team members as well.


From Passion to Practice: The Founder’s Story of BMJ Physiotherapy

Is there a better way in Singapore’s Physiotherapy?

Curious, better technique, more effective, keep learning.

Darek, the founder and physio mentor of BMJ Physiotherapy clinic began his physiotherapy journey 20 years ago in a UK university.  It was in Manchester where he was intrigued by the body healing ability and how we can influence the body to heal better.

His quest for better and the latest technique often led him to courses outside and beyond his university curriculum.  So, even as a student and with limited resources he invested his own time and money to attend multiple physio related courses during his school vacations. This mindset to continuous learning and the search for better strategies is a practice Darek has hold forth even to this day where even the pandemic couldn’t hold him back from attending online conferences.

In 2003, Darek joined CGH where he made a real impact on the ground. He thoroughly enjoyed his early years in the hospital putting into practice the skills he picked up.

Even though he has his hands full with his full-time work, he continues to set aside time to upgrade his skill at his own expense and time.

In 2008, he even invested a full year to deepen his knowledge by acquiring Masters in sports physiotherapy in Queensland, Australia.

Treating the Root Cause

Through this constant upgrading, he discovered so much more about the human body and it led him to his current practice mantra: treating the root cause of any injury.  

“I believe that treating the root cause of any injuries is vital to solving pain for the long term.  And I really want to make a difference”. 

Darek realised that what he had learned traditionally was focus mostly on solving the symptoms and not looking at the problem holistically.   There were a number of insightful cases that help him to see the root cause of the injury.  

For example, there as this gentleman who had a persistent shoulder pain who was unresponsive to the usual physio treatment.  He discovered that the shoulder pain was connected to an old abdominal surgery that has altered his posture.  His root cause of his shoulder injury was the scarring at the abdomen! The physio session took on another approach to address the abdominal scar tissue with long lasting pain relief to his shoulder.

Moving on, perfecting skills, connecting the dots

After 8 years in the hospital, Darek felt that he did not have the time luxury with his patients to explore about the root cause of their problems.  The hectic scheduling at times needed him to see two to three patients at a go!  This didn’t align with his mantra.

In 2013, he made a bold decision to start his own practice, BMJ Physiotherapy clinic.  At his own clinic,  he made it a point to spend more quality time with each patient to further dive into clear diagnosis, investigating root causes and to tweak his treatments.  Giving enough time for this patient also means that his patients could feel a lot more care, concern and the 360 degrees attention.

The rigour of running his own clinic still didn’t stop him from continuous education momentum he had from his early years. With adequate patient mileage and the latest physio knowledge/ research he was now able to help his patients connect the dots between the current pain, your past injury, lifestyle and even your environment factor can all be root causes to be your injury.

“Your sessions are different to others I have attended!”  these remarks are common with patients who consulted with Darek and his BMJ team. “I can understand my problems a lot better now.”

He remembered this other case, a 40 plus gentleman who came in for rehabilitation after this left knee cartilage surgery. As his rehab progressed, his analysis and investigation led him to conclude that the reason why he needed to do a left knee surgery was due to a right knee injury he suffered years ago that he didn’t recovered from. So over the years, he had to overly rely on his left knee for his sports.  

So as they realised, the physio treatment eventually have to focus on this unoperated side.  Thankfully, he was eventually able to equalise both his leg strength for him to return to running!

These and many more examples are evident in the google and facebook reviews.

Passing on BMJ physiotherapy skills

With all these years of accumulated knowledge running BMJ physiotherapy, Darek made a decision to mentor the next generation of physio so as to start a movement of discovering root causes.  He is able to put his treatment methodology into 3 steps: BMJ’s ACT therapy.  Through a series of steps, BMJ physiotherapists can figure out the root cause of your injury achieving long term pain relief. (see below)

His commitment to mentor the next generation of physios is seen in his weekly mentor sessions with his team

“ I believe  collective intelligence and nurturing an environment where everyone can share and  learn openly. “  and this has been the intention he had set out from the word go.

“I plan to continue to challenge younger physio to raise their own standards and bring physiotherapy to the next level.”

BMJ three steps to discover the root cause of the pain

Bringing BMJ physio to the sporting world

Its has been 10 years since the inception of BMJ physio clinic, Darek is ready to bring physiotherapy to another level.

A recent survey done by ActiveSG found that regular participation in sport/physical activity reached an all time high of 72%!  They found out that the pandemic had reinforced value of active lifestyle for health and mental wellness.

This higher sports participation rate unfortunately do come with higher incidence of sports related injury.  This is where BMJ physio come in timely to offer and managed sports injury effectively at the primary care level.

“We have also notice how Singaporeans are more serious about their sports and wanting to bring their performance to another level and beyond”

As part of BMJ’s evolve mission, he is proud to bring on board a senior principal physiotherapist, Yeo Hwee Koon who has over 20 years of experience treating our national athletes in Singapore Sports Institute and FAS.

“After taking care of our country’s best athletes, I believe it is time to bring the same level of medical treatment to the rest of Singapore.”

“I am excited to join Darek and team BMJ because I can feel his passion often in not just simply solving the symptoms of any injury, but to deep dive into the factors that causes the injury”.

Together with BMJ treatment methodology and her expertise in treating elite athletes, they hope to bring top notch physiotherapy treatment to our recreational sport fraternity.  This expanded scope will make sports medicine and physiotherapy available to the wider population.

“I joined BMJ also because I share the same philosophy of nurturing our next generation of physiotherapists.  I look forward to partnering BMJ physio to create a community of happy healthy physically fit Singapore.”

Our Alliance


Am I suitable for physiotherapy?

You are suitable if you are experiencing discomfort from any one of the following:

  1. Musculoskeletal injuries: Physiotherapy can help treat injuries to bones, muscles, joints, and connective tissues, such as sprains, strains, fractures, and dislocations.
  2. Chronic pain: Physiotherapy can help manage and alleviate chronic pain due to arthritis, fibromyalgia, and chronic back pain.
  3. Sports injuries: physiotherapy can help prevent and treat sports and physical activity injuries.
  4. Pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation: physiotherapy can help prepare for surgery and aid in recovery from surgeries such as joint replacement or spine surgeries.
What does physiotherapy treat?

Physiotherapy can treat a wide range of conditions that affect the musculoskeletal, neurological, respiratory, and cardiovascular systems. At BMJ, we specialise in treating musculoskeletal conditions. Here are some examples of issues the physiotherapists at BMJ can address:

–   Posture
–   Pain
–   Mobility and range of motion
–   Strength and endurance
–   Balance and coordination
–   Sports-specific injuries and injury prevention

Can my health insurance cover my treatment cost?

Physiotherapy fees are claimable from your insurer under most of medical insurance. If you are planning to claim the charges from your insurer, it would be advisable for you to check with your insurer or agent on the procedures.

Do you work with children?

We are more than pleased to welcome children of all ages.

Can I book online?

You may register with us via our BMJ Physiotherapy website (bmjtherapy.com) or reach us by call (details for each brunch are available on our website).

Do I need a doctor’s referral?

A doctor’s referral is not necessary. However, some insurance plans may require a referral to cover the cost of physiotherapy. It is important to determine their specific requirements with your insurance provider or healthcare system.
Overall, you don’t need a doctor’s referral to see a physiotherapist.

What is the treatment like? Will it hurt?

The results of the assessment determine the treatment techniques used. Some techniques may require more force, which could cause slight discomfort. It is important to communicate any discomfort you experience to your physiotherapist so they can adjust their treatment methods accordingly.

How long will it take for me to feel better?

The time it takes to recover from an injury or condition varies depending on factors like severity, age, and overall health. Recovery is often a gradual and progressive process that requires patience and consistency. An individualised treatment plan can help optimise recovery. While improvements may take time to happen, progress can be made with consistent effort. Your physiotherapist can estimate your recovery time and give you personalised instructions.
Overall, depending on your diagnosis and the severity of your impairments, you may require just one visit or you may need months of care.

How long does each session last?

Each session typically lasts 45 minutes. This allows enough time for a thorough assessment of the patient’s condition and to develop and implement a personalised treatment plan to address the individual’s specific needs.

How frequent are the sessions?

Typically, during the initial stage of treatment, it is recommended that you attend one or two physiotherapy sessions per week for the first four weeks. The frequency of these sessions may vary depending on the severity of your injury and the estimated recovery time.

What can I expect for my first appointment?

On your first appointment, you will thoroughly assess your condition to diagnose the root cause of your issues. With an accurate diagnosis, our physiotherapist will customise a rehabilitation programme that optimises treatment outcomes.

Treatment typically involves one or a combination of the following treatment techniques during the session:

  • Manual Therapy
  • Soft Tissue Mobilisation
  • Functional Rehabilitation
  • Customised Exercises
  • Electrical modalities, such as shockwave and TENS electrical stimulation therapy,
  • Foot Orthotic Therapy

You can also expect to receive self-management recommendations with home exercises and physical aids prescribed if required.

How should I prepare or dress for my first appointment?

Preparing for your physiotherapy appointment can help you get the most out of the session. Here are some tips to help you prepare:

  1. Gather information: List any symptoms, concerns, or questions about your injury or condition, and remember to bring along your referral letters, medical reports, and diagnostic imaging such as X-rays or an MRI (if applicable).
  2. Wear comfortable clothing. Wear loose-fitting clothing that allows you to move freely. Avoid restrictive clothing that may make it difficult for your physiotherapist to assess your movement.
  3. Arrive about 10 minutes early to allow time for paperwork and intake procedures. This will also give you time to familiarise yourself with the clinic.
Do I need to make an appointment?

Our bookings are mainly by appointment basis thus we recommend that you make an appointment with us to avoid any wasted walk-in appointment request.

Simply call us, message us on our chat box on our website, or via our online booking form on our website.

Which payment methods do you accept?

We accept credit card (Visa/MC/Amex), PayNow and Cash.