MEET OUR PHYSIOS
Our team members are among the best trained and most experienced in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy, sports physiotherapy and rehabilitation. All our physiotherapists are registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) and Singapore Physiotherapy Association (SPA).
We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of headaches, back pain, neck pain, joint & muscle pain and sports injuries. We utilize evidence-based treatment strategies. We excel in physical rehabilitation, whether it is after an injury or following a surgical procedure, to enhance your healing process.
Each patient will receive their own individualized program to ensure optimal recovery.
Principal Physiotherapist, CKTI
Prior to joining Physio Solutions and starting up Sports Solutions, Gino Ng worked as a senior sports physiotherapist at the Singapore Sports Council (SSC) from 1999-2009. He graduated with a double masters in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia on a SSC sponsorship.
Gino's position is perhaps the most unique amongst sports physiotherapists in Singapore having seen all sides of the field, as a practitioner, an athlete and as a patient.
His special interests are in the treatment of articular cartilage injuries having done research in the area whilst undergoing his postgraduate training. He specializes in treating sports injuries, as well as devising sports rehabilitation programmes after reconstructive surgeries to the shoulder, knee and ankle joints.
As a former national triathlete, Gino is a 2-time Singapore National Triathlon champion (2000-2001), National Duathlon champion (2001), 10-time winner of the National Vertical Marathon (1998-2001, 2004-2005, 2007-2010). He has also placed 4th at the 2001 Asian Duathlon Championships in Hong Kong and made several podium finishes in the Asian Cup Triathlon Series events over the years while holding down a full time job as a physiotherapist.
Partly as a result of his grueling training regime, Gino needed 3 knee surgeries in 2002 and 2003. After which he made a comeback and placed 4th in the 2005 SEA Games triathlon event.
When not participating, Gino has kept close to sports, travelling widely with Singapore medical teams for major overseas events such as the various SEA Games, 2002, 2006 Commonwealth Games, the 2006 Asian Games and he is the only local Singaporean physiotherapist to have been to both the 2004 Athens and 2008 Beijing Olympics. Gino is also one of only two certified Kinesio Taping Instuctors (CKTI) in Singapore and teaches the Kinesio Taping Level 1, 2 & 3 courses. He also teaches at Floss Band courses. He is a frequent speaker at symposiums and sporting events.
Throughout his career as a physiotherapist, he has kept up to date with continued learning at Anatomy Trains, Kinesio taping, Functional Fascial Taping, Mulligan, Integrative Dry Needling, Danny Dreyer's Chi Running, Floss Band and dissection courses.
While out cycling in April 2013, Gino had an accident and fractured his skull and spine. Lightning does strike twice, as he was rear ended by a motorbike while out cycling in September 2021 and fractured his thoracic spine this time. Thankfully, he is fully healed now and is back at work.
Having neck and back pain? Well, now you know who came back from a broken skull and back!
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) (Australia)
Master of Science (Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy)
(Adelaide, South Australia)
Prior to starting Physio Solutions in 2007, and Sports Solutions in 2009, Aized gained extensive work experience at Gleneagles Hospital (Singapore) and 3 private practices. She has been a physiotherapist since 1999.
She graduated with double Masters in Sports Physiotherapy and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from University of South Australia in 2003 and has specialized in spine pain and chronic pain since 2004.
Besides treating patients at her clinics, Aized lectured at Singapore Sports Council (Sports Medicine and Sports Science Department) for their Sports Massage and Sports Trainer certifications. She has also traveled with the National Netball Teams as team physiotherapist.
Aized has lectured at Nanyang Polytechnic for their Diploma in Sports Science and was a committee member of the Sports Medicine Association of Singapore.
She has special interest in the treatment of whiplash injuries, having done research in the area during her postgraduate training. In addition, she has also done training under world renown neck pain researcher, Gwen Jull, for treatment of patients with neck pain.
She has kept up to date throughout her decades of being a physiotherapist with continued learning at Craniosacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Craniosacral Therapy for Peadiatrics, Somatoemotional Release, Mulligan, Functional Fascial Taping, Danny Dreyer's Chi Running, Integrative Dry Needling, Kinesio Taping, Anatomy Trains and dissection courses.
Aized's innate love for sports and human movement gives her an advantage in understanding athletes' problems and their urgency to return to training.
She has run marathons, done biathlons and golfed. Nowadays she does UBX, runs and does yoga to keep fit and stay grounded.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Sydney)
Master of Science (Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy) (Adelaide, South Australia)
Megan obtained her Bachelor Degree (Hons) in Physiotherapy from Singapore Institute of Technology - Trinity College of Dublin in 2021.
Since young, Megan has been an avid sports person. Currently, she is a national Ultimate Frisbee player and has represented her club in numerous national and regional tournaments. Additionally, she has over 10 years of experience dancing ballet having completed the RAD Advanced Foundation examination in 2012. Like many others, Megan has sustained several injuries before. Her rehabilitation journeys inspired her to pursue a career in physiotherapy to help patients maximize their physical functions. She is confident that her sporting background allows her a deeper understanding of rehabilitating sports and musculoskeletal conditions.
Megan believes in a holistic approach of care through thorough assessments beyond her patient's presenting condition. Seeing her patients as whole individuals rather than focusing on their symptoms enables her to formulate efficacious treatment plans. Megan strives to empower her patients with the knowledge and ability to prevent the recurrence of their injuries.
Above all, adding quality years to the lives of her patients is what drives her to become a better physiotherapist.
Bachelor's Degree (Honours) in Physiotherapy
(Singapore Institute of Technology - Trinity College of Dublin)
Hui Meng graduated in 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Western Australia.
He first gained interest in physiotherapy when he was injured during his days playing soccer for school. It was when he saw the wonders of physiotherapy that he decided to pursue his university studies in that same area that helped him recover. He has a sister who is also a physiotherapist in New Zealand and has been telling him of the goodness of physiotherapy. This also cemented his decision to study physiotherapy.
He has a passion in bodybuilding and is well-versed with how muscles in the body work. He has a plethora of exercises aimed at targeting the muscles in the body throughout the years of his training (from the simplest to the most complicated of exercises).
Hui Meng is a people-first type of person and believes in a patient-centric approach. He is a good communicator and actively listens to his patients. He is also very easy to have a chat with. He aims to help patients with their conditions by providing manual therapy, education and management of their conditions.
During his free time, Hui Meng loves to hit the gym and trains regularly. He also plays soccer/futsal leisurely. Fishing is one of his hobbies too.
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) (Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia)
Byron graduated in 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Singapore Institute of Technology.
Prior to pursuing Physiotherapy, Byron started out as an aspiring dancer and studied in School of the Arts, Singapore. He specializes in both ballet and modern dance. Through dance, he developed a fascination and passion for the human body and the limits it can be pushed to. Similar to sports, dance requires the body to go into unusual and awkward positions which puts excessive load on the human body, resulting in injuries. Throughout his years of dancing, he has experienced and seen many dancers getting injured, due to the lack of knowledge and awareness of how their bodies function. This inspired him to become a physiotherapist to be able to share his knowledge of how the body works and to manage such injuries.
Byron believes that with his experience in dance, he is able to provide a different perspective in treating patients, as well as giving patients a better understanding of how their bodies work. He aspires to make a change in his patients' lives and return them to what they love doing.
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy
(Singapore Institute of Technology - Trinity College of Dublin)