Wesley Chee
Principal Sports Physiotherapist

Director & Principal Sports Physiotherapist
Diploma in Physiotherapy, Singapore

Master of Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy (Aus) 
AHPC Registered Physiotherapist

Wesley Chee Wai Siong is the Director and Principal Sports Physiotherapist at The Sole Clinic. He graduated with a Master Degree in Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy from University of South Australia in 2010 after receiving a postgraduate scholarship from Changi General Hospital.  In doing so, he became one of the youngest physiotherapists in Singapore to have a specialised Masters degree in his field. 

Prior to joining The Sole Clinic, he spent 3 years working as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at a private practice (2012-2015) and also worked as a Sports Physiotherapist at Changi Sports Medicine Centre and Singapore Sports Medicine Centre from 2008 to 2012.

Sports & Musculoskeletal injuries are his main areas of specialisation. Wesley has special interest in treating runners and patients with shoulder problems. He has worked with the U16 and U17 national teams from the Football Association of Singapore and was involved as a physiotherapist in the inaugural Asian Youth Games held in Singapore in 2009. Wesley has provided sports physiotherapy and on-field coverage for numerous sports including Australian Rules Football, Cricket and Soccer.

In addition to his clinical work, Wesley is also a Clinical Adjunct Lecturer at the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences, Singapore Institute Of Technology, for training undergraduate physiotherapy students 

Wesley exercises regularly and is a firm believer in preventing injuries through customised exercises for the individuals.  His passion lies in helping individuals recover and return to sports in the shortest possible time.

Angela Lim
Principal Msk Physiotherapist

Principal Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Diploma in Physiotherapy, Singapore
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy

Master in Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Therapy) (Aus)
AHPC Registered Physiotherapist

Angela Lim started her career as an auditor in PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC). She moved on to Outward Bound Singapore (OBS) where she facilitated courses for her clients towards self-discovery and change. Angela’s ongoing endeavour of empowering people towards change led her into taking a career switch as a Physiotherapist with Singapore General Hospital (SGH). She worked in SGH for 4 years before pursuing her Master in Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Therapy) with Curtin University. 

At SGH, Angela took in a wide array of clinical conditions including neck and back disorders, osteoarthritic conditions and joints tendinopathy. Providing rehabilitation for post-operative conditions such as total knee and hip replacements, rotator cuff repair and knee arthroscopy gave her invaluable experience and knowledge. Her previous career experience also led Angela to be a prime candidate as a clinical educator for the undergraduate Physiotherapy students and a supervisor for the postgraduates applying for their Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) registration. She was also a volunteer of the medical team coverage during the Standard Chartered Marathon in 2013 and 2015.

Angela is a sports enthusiast and actively treks, dives and practises yoga in her free time. She believes this has given her an edge, keen understanding and empathy for her patients to re-establish body awareness and movement habits. Her ultimate belief is to journey with her patients towards health promotion and preventive health care.

Genevieve Chan
Principal Msk Physiotherapist

Principal Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Diploma in Physiotherapy, Singapore
Master in Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Therapy) (Aus)
AHPC Registered Physiotherapist
Associate Member of Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)

Genevieve Chan, affectionately known by her patients as ‘Gen’, is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who graduated from Nanyang Polytechnic in 2007. She then went on to complete her Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Therapy) with Curtin University in 2012. She is also an associate member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

Genevieve first started her Physiotherapy career in Mount Elizabeth Hospital, treating a variety of cases ranging from neurological to post-operative conditions, to musculoskeletal injuries and arthritic pain. Thereafter, she spent 6 years in private practice treating a variety of work-related musculoskeletal pain, and sporting injuries.

With her passion in running, scuba diving, dance and yoga, Genevieve has developed a special interest in overuse and sporting injuries. She has also been the on-field Sports Physiotherapist for a number of sporting events, such as Men’s Rugby, Netball, and Singapore Ultimate Frisbee.

 

 

Jaylene Ho
Principal Sports Physiotherapist

Diploma in Physiotherapy, Singapore
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) (Aus)
Master of Physiotherapy (Sports) (Aus)
Master of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) (Aus)
AHPC Registered Physiotherapist

Jaylene Ho graduated with Diploma in Physiotherapy from Nanyang Polytechnic in 2003 and went on to obtain a Bachelor of Science Physiotherapy from Curtin University of Technology in 2004. She was subsequently awarded a post graduate sponsorship by Singapore General Hospital (SGH) to pursue a Masters of Physiotherapy (Sports) from University of Queensland in 2009 and a Masters of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) from University of Queensland in 2010.

Prior to joining The Sole Clinic, Jaylene had spent 12 years working in Singapore General Hospital treating various sports related and musculoskeletal injuries. She was in charge of developing the physiotherapy services for patients with Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury. She also has tremendous experience working in the Emergency Department, helping patients with acute low back and neck pain, whiplash-associated disorders and giddiness.

Jaylene also has special interest in treating sports and musculoskeletal injuries, and was involved as a physiotherapist in the 28th Southeast Asian Games and 8th ASEAN Para Games held in Singapore in 2015. She has prior experience working as a sports physiotherapist as well, providing field coverage for numerous sports and sporting events such as Australian Rules Football, Rugby, Gymnastic, Soccer, Singapore Rugby Sevens, Netball Super League and Standard Chartered Marathon events.

Beyond her time as a clinician, Jaylene is also an active advocate of education, and is one of the trainers for the SingHealth Postgraduate Allied Health Institute’s Advanced Certificate in Physiotherapy course, targeted at foreign-trained physiotherapists who wish to take the Singapore Ministry of Health Qualifying Examination.

Jaylene was awarded SingHealth Foundation Grant in 2011 for her research interest in the assessment and treatment of patients with ACL deficiency. She has presented her research findings on the ACL deficiency population at various platforms locally, including physiotherapy and medical congresses such as the World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress and Singapore Orthopaedic Association Annual Scientific Meeting, and SingHealth Duke-NUS Scientific Congresses.

Lian Guojie
Principal Msk Physiotherapist

Principal Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Diploma in Physiotherapy, Singapore
Master in Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Therapy) (Aus)
AHPC Registered Physiotherapist
Member of International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)

Lian Guojie is a Principal Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who completed his Master Degree in Clinical Physiotherapy from Curtin University (Australia) in 2012. He also held an Advanced Certification in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, a one-year vigorous program of 5 musculoskeletal workshops and exams conducted by Specialist Physiotherapists (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists).

Before joining The Sole Clinic, Guojie spent 6 years working in all aspects of orthopaedic physiotherapy in Singapore General Hospital (SGH). During his time in SGH he served as the pioneer physiotherapist within a multidisciplinary auto-immune and rheumatology team, treating patients with rheumatoid arthritis, spondyloarthritis and fibromyalgia. He has also amassed tremendous experience working in the Emergency Department, getting early access to patients with acute low back pain, whiplash-associated disorders and giddiness.

Guojie’s has experienced working with professional athletes as well, serving as Team Physiotherapist for the U-21 squad with the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) in 2010.

Guojie’s passion lies in managing clients with complex pain disorders, especially persistent low back pain and has gained a reputation of being one of the very few physiotherapists who specialises in chronic pain management. He has been a trailblazer in Singapore General Hospital Physiotherapy department, advocating an evidence-informed, multi-dimensional approach in the management for persistent pain. He believes that every client’s problem is unique, and it requires a good listening ear, expert clinical reasoning and communication skills to be able to form an excellent therapeutic alliance.

Abigail Tan
Senior Msk Physiotherapist

Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Diploma in Physiotherapy, Singapore
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy (Hons), Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

AHPC Registered Physiotherapist

Abigail Tan graduated with a Diploma in Physiotherapy from Nanyang Polytechnic in 2013, and a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy with Honours from Singapore Institute of Technology-Trinity College Dublin in 2014. She received scholarships from Changi General Hospital to pursue both her studies in Physiotherapy in Singapore and in Ireland.

Prior to joining the private sector in early 2017, Abigail has experience treating patients across several medical disciplines, including orthopaedic surgery, respiratory medicine, geriatrics and general surgery. She noticed that most of her patients have had some form of musculoskeletal injuries that later developed further implications on their quality of life.

Using her skills in rehabilitation and her keen interest in health promotion and education, Abigail has conducted several public and private in-house talks on the importance of injury prevention, as well as the need to have an active lifestyle for the management of active ageing and chronic disease management. Her audience ranges from the general public, to office executives and other healthcare professionals. At present, she is also one of the youngest clinical educators for Physiotherapy students at Nanyang Polytechnic.

Abigail’s passion lies in empowering clients with complex medical histories and acute or chronic musculoskeletal problems. She aspires to help them to achieve their fullest potential while improving their quality of life.

Beyond her work as a clinician, Abigail’s other interests include philosophy, meditation and clinical pilates. Together, they have helped shape Abigail’s belief and approach towards rehabilitation and education in understanding the needs and concerns of her clients.

Jeremy Mok
Senior Sports Physiotherapist

Senior Sports Physiotherapist
Diploma in Physiotherapy, Singapore
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy (Hons), Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

AHPC Registered Physiotherapist

Jeremy Mok graduated with a diploma in physiotherapy from Nanyang Polytechnic in 2012. Under the National University Health System Health Science Scholarship, he obtained his First Class Honours in Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Singapore Institute of Technology-Trinity College Dublin.

Jeremy began his career as a physiotherapist at National University Hospital. He spent 3 years working as a Sports Physiotherapist at National University Hospital Sports Centre, specialising in musculoskeletal and sports injuries. As an avid cyclist and runner for over 10 years, Jeremy developed special interest in treating patients with cycling and running-related injuries. Jeremy has worked with OCBC cycle on numerous occasions, conducting workshops and overseeing the cycling injury prevention program at NUH Sports Centre. Jeremy combines his understanding of the demands of cycling and his professional knowledge of treatment in his approach as a physiotherapist. This allows him to better assess and prescribe effective exercises in helping his patients.

Jeremy also has extensive experience in dealing with other musculoskeletal conditions such as ACL injuries, rotator cuff injuries and ankle sprains. Jeremy’s passion in sports also allows him to better relate to the practical needs of his patients.

As a strong advocate of physical activity, Jeremy believes that exercise is medicine. Proper rehabilitation and conditioning can help every athlete to enjoy their sport, while remaining healthy.

Ng Hong Kai
Senior Msk Physiotherapist

Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise & Sports Science) (Aus)
Master of Physiotherapy (Aus)

AHPC Registered Physiotherapist

Hong Kai graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Exercise and Sports Science in 2012 and subsequently attained a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2014. His passion for physiotherapy started during his polytechnic days where he sustained several knee injuries from competitive tennis. Hong Kai had to undergo Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction surgery and a meniscus repair as a result. These, however, were integral in shaping his understanding and belief in physiotherapy for musculoskeletal conditions.

Hong Kai first worked at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, where he was exposed to a variety of cardiopulmonary, orthopaedic and neurological conditions. He was eventually relocated to Mount Elizabeth Rehabilitation Centre at Paragon Medical Centre to focus on his key interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. A firm believer that ‘exercise is medicine’, Hong Kai adopts a holistic and evidence-based approach in managing his patients, blending his exercise science and physiotherapy knowledge in achieving patient-centred outcomes.

Besides clinical work, Hong Kai is also a firm advocate of lifelong education. He equips himself regularly with the latest developments in scientific research and continually attends additional physiotherapy courses so as to upgrade his knowledge and skills. He was also a guest speaker at the Parkway Shenton GP’s Continuing Medical Education event, where he underlined the importance of a multi-modal approach in managing patients with musculoskeletal conditions; where patient, therapist and doctor form a therapeutic alliance in achieving the best possible patient outcomes. Hong Kai was also a participating physiotherapist at the recent Straits Times Run in 2017, educating the public about the profile and strategies in managing common running injuries.

In his leisure time, Hong Kai also enjoys swimming, working out in the gym and spending quality time with his family. He is also an avid coffee drinker and finds joy from visiting different local and international cafes for a good cup of coffee.