Physiotherapy in Singapore
Erwin is a Physiotherapist who is also a personal trainer and rehab specialist. His work focuses on musculoskeletal pain and post-surgical rehabilitation of the shoulder, knees and ankles. In the treatment of Myofascial Pain, Erwin combines Soft Tissue Manipulation with specific techniques including Active Release Technique, Soma Cupping as well as Graston Technique. He enjoys working with his hands, so clients need not be wary that you will be put on a machine or just prescribed exercises. As a MasterRehab Trainer from Australia, Erwin treats and trains people with special needs to go back to fitness. His background as a trainer gives him the perfect adjunct to his PT skills.
Physiotherapist in Singapore
As a Physiotherapist, Jasmine was trained in and has worked in Australia, serving in both hospital and private practice. She is well-versed in manual therapy and is a Polestar-certified pilates instructor. Jasmine works closely with the Acupuncturist in areas of women’s health, to figure out the best course of treatment through assessment, moilisation and strengthening. A series of alignment and repatterning strategies are employed to help new mothers become even better than they were before pregnancy. Her expertise is also incorporated in assessing and diagnosing more complicated musculoskeletal conditions.
Classical Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine in Singapore
Jason Teow has been practicing TCM since 2005. He uses a combination of herbs and acupuncture, with an interest in treating pain and the gut. In the treatment of body pains, Jason is able to work with herbs alone to affect circulation in the body – this is important for those who are afraid of needles. Otherwise, he gets good results by incorporating classical acupuncture techniques – you will be surprised the minimum number of needles needed and how gentle the sessions are!
Digestive issues like poor appetite, bloating, reflux and bowel dysfunction are treated by balancing out the entire constitution using herbs and acupuncture. Jason treats adults of all ages, and excels at treating weakness and pains that come with ageing and degeneration. He begins with an overall assessment using tongue and pulse, and proceeds with a very gentle treatment style.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage in Singapore
Fynn works with the lymphatic system to facilitate waste elimination in the body. Clients who respond favorably to her work often present with some form of swelling, which can be caused by incomplete recovery from physical trauma (e.g. a sports injury) or insufficient fluid metabolism (e.g. during and after pregnancy). Her work is very useful for for post-operative recovery (e.g. orthopedic interventions for joint repair/replacement).
Fynn has worked with clients experiencing inflammatory conditions resulting in localized edema (e.g. lower or upper extremity fluid retention with clear presentation of congested nodes). She is also familiar with treating breast milk insufficiency and edema secondary to acute dermatitis. Fynn works with a soft yet precise touch; her first session includes lymphatic mapping and subsequent clearing of congested sites.
Naturopathy & Nutrition in Singapore
Rachel is an Australian-trained Naturopath with an special interest in upper respiratory (e.g. allergic rhinitis, sinusitis) and digestive (e.g. reflux, intestinal dysbiosis) conditions. Underpinning her work is a focus on food choices that prevent gut dysbiosis, weight gain, candida overgrowth and hormonal imbalance.
During a 45min consultation with Rachel, you will learn to use nutrition, dietary adjustments, herbal medicine and lifestyle changes to bring out effective change. Rachel is very familiar with supplement choices and continues to share about the benefits of naturopathy through workshops and talks.
Tan Teng Nging
Therapist, Process-Oriented Psychology
A Process-Oriented therapist, Teng Nging journeys with her clients during times of emotional, mental or physical overwhelm. She helps her clients engage their challenges as deeply meaningful inner growth processes and access the wisdom within. The spirit of the work honours the mystery of the human experience, no matter how difficult or unusual, as our innate guides back toward our core selves. She works with a wide range of presenting issues including body symptoms, dreams, addictions, past trauma and mental health problems. Her approach is also informed by 13 years of experience as a certified life coach, empowering her clients to complete their healing process by making transformative shifts in their lives.
Osteopathy in Singapore
Jan is an osteopath who has trained with the European School of Osteopathy. With an additional Diploma in Fitness Training and Sports Therapy, he has managed to combine a knowledge of sports therapy with manual therapy to treat semi-professional rugby and soccer athletes.
Jan also practices cranial osteopathy, which he uses in the integrated practice at Soma Clinic. He works with pregnant and post-partum women in the treatment of morning sickness, breech as well as pain. His extensive skills in cranial osteopathy are also useful to treat babies for colic as well as latching difficulties.
Chinese Medicine in Singapore
Mark Chern practices Chinese Medicine in Singapore and has a background in Women’s Health. He uses uses Chinese medicine and acupuncture in tandem with diagnostics from blood or imaging results to treat fertility and reproductive conditions. His focus in Soma Clinic is on Women’s Health.
Having worked with midwives and doulas since 2011, he is familiar with being part of a wider network of practitioners assisting a woman through pregnancy and birth. Mark also provides support for thyroid, skin and other autoimmune conditions, often in various levels of collaboration with Western Medicine or nutrition/naturopathy.