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Masters (Sports) Physiotherapy (UQ, Australia)


Alice graduated in 2005. She started working in Singapore General Hospital before going into the private sector. She was in Singapore Sports Medicine Centre before she went for her Master’s in Physiotherapy in the field of Sports in Queensland University in 2009. After returning, she started her own clinic, The Sports Care Centre.

She sees patients with various types of conditions which includes sports injuries, post operative rehabilitation, common joint pains, neck and back pain from office work and also injuries prevention. She also sees geriatric patients to help them to perform their daily functional activities better.

She joined several marathons and vertical runs while taking back awards, knowledge and experiences to better understand how her friends and patients prevent and recover from their injuries while doing what she likes to do.


BSc Physiotherapy (SIT -TCD)


Gordon graduated from Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) with a degree in Physiotherapy in 2018 and is a fully registered Physiotherapist with the Allied Health Professionals Council (AHPC). In addition, he is a Certified Practitioner in Dry Needling Level 1 for GEMt.

Upon graduation, Gordon worked in a restructured public hospital for 3 years, rotating between different teams and gaining experience in the rehabilitation of patients with neurological, cardiopulmonary and musculoskeletal conditions, as well as post-surgery orthopaedic patients. Gordon is also a certified clinical educator for up and coming Physiotherapy students and fresh graduates. 

Gordon is a strong advocate in empowering his patients through exercises and education to help them better manage their conditions. He strongly believes in the importance of bilateral communication with his patients as he feels that it is important to hear them out and thereafter, develop tailored, individualised therapy interventions to treat them holistically.

Outside of clinical work, Gordon is also an avid marathon runner who competed in the 2019 Southeast Asian Games in Philippines. It is through his love for running that he found his passion in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He is still training competitively whilst juggling his work commitments.


BSc Physiotherapy (SIT, Singapore)

BSc Nutritional Science (McGill University, Canada)


Sara is a physiotherapist and nutritionist passionate about sports and injury rehabilitation. She graduated with a degree in Nutritional science from McGill University, Canada in 2015. She then went on to complete a BSc in Physiotherapy at Singapore Institute of Technology in Singapore in 2021 and has been on a journey since to help clients achieve their health rehab goals. She is also a certified personal trainer and Level 1 kinesiology taping. She is a firm believer in using her knowledge and experience to provide a holistic approach to patients. 

Her career started out with an interest in Nutrition continued with a strong interest in rehabilitation. As a national basketball player, her passion for strength and conditioning was ignited when she played for her university team in Canada. Combined with her many injuries as an athlete, she then went on to study physiotherapy with the goal of providing holistic treatment to help not just athletes, but also those from all walks of life. 

She has seen patients with musculoskeletal injuries due to sports or post op, and has a strong interest in Shoulder, Knee and Ankle conditions. She has worked with many athletes such as basketball and ultimate frisbee, and has covered events as the team physio. 

Outside the clinic, Sara still represents the National 3×3 Basketball team for tournaments as well as wakeboarding or lazing at the beach


BSc Physiotherapy (SIT -Singapore)


Thiviyan graduated from Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) with a degree in Physiotherapy in 2021 and has worked in various clinics ever since. He is a Certified Practitioner in Dry Needling, Clinical Pilates and Sports Taping. He has seen a wide range of patients from athletes to non-athletes with numerous musculoskeletal injuries and post-surgical cases.

He has numerous experience with sports coverages as well, both local and overseas, working S-League clubs, Floorball clubs and the National Men’s Softball Team. He is currently the main physiotherapist for Hougang United FC, Singapore Women’s Touch Rugby and Skyhawks Floorball club. 

Thiviyan finds joy in seeing his clients transform their lives through his work and achieving their goals, while being beside them every step of the way. He believes in taking a multi-faceted approach and finding the cause of the problem instead of just treating the problem. He is extremely passionate about helping patients better understand their conditions, be aware of their body and role of movement as well as acquire knowledge in functional recovery through one-to-one education and discussion. He is knowledgeable in creating unique and effective plans to help his patients achieve their goals without wasting valuable time.

In his spare time, Thiviyan continues to play football and competitive floorball. He enjoys going for HIIT classes regularly as well as reading a good book with a nice cup of tea.



BSc Exercise & Sport Science (ECU, Australia)


Alfred Sim just got appointed as the Women’s Under20 4x100m relay coach early this year. As a former Coach Assistant in Sprints and Hurdles, Alfred Sim was in charge of the Youth and Junior Development Team. In this short career of 4 years under this appointment, he has led various athletes to winning both local and international meets. One of the most promising junior sprinters Calvin Kang broke the National Junior Record in the Asian Junior Championships 2008, surpassed performances of senior athletes and went on to represent Singapore in sprints at the Beijing Olympics 2008 and recently Asian Games 2010 in Guangzhou, 4 x 100m relay quartet. Abdul Hakeem held the National Junior Record for 110m Hurdles since 2006, but within 12 months of training with Alfred, he went on to break the 42-year-old National Record for 110m Hurdles.

In the local National School scene, Alfred coached Shalindran in breaking the 400m A Div record with the time of 49.35s in 2008. In the recent 2014 National School Track and Field Championship, Joshua Lim from ACS independent broke the C Div 400m record with a time of 51.65s, defended his 400m title, he went on to break the B Div and a new U17 national record with a 49.24s. Alfred’s coaching versatility bagged him a gold medal in the 2014 National Inter-School Cross Country Championship, where Natalie Soh Hann from Paya Lebah Methodist Girl School who never came close to top 30 in her previous championships, finished first with a timing of 14:28:07.

Singapore Athletics launched the Apprentice Coach Program in January 2016 supported by the Singapore Sports Institute to help local coaching development. Alfred is one of the 2 coaches selected for this program understudying the Head Coach of Singapore Athletics, Luis Cunha.

Alfred also plays the role of Team Manager and Team Coach, leading athletes to several international meets, such as the World Youth and World Junior Championships in Ostrava and Poland. Regionally, he has also led teams to Asian Athletics Championship 2011 in Kobe, Japan, Asian Junior Championships 2008 in Jakarta, and SEA Junior Championships 2008 in Phuket.

Alfred is always ready to take up challenges and upgrade himself – he has already completed his IAAF Level 2 (Sprints and hurdles) and NCAP Level 2 coaching courses, and completed his Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at the Edith Cowan University. He has a strong interest in Strength and Conditioning, and he is also NSCA, CSCS certified.He was awarded the POSB Everyday Champions Award 2009, organized by POSB and Singapore Sports Council, for his dedication and outstanding achievement in coaching. The SSC also awarded him a High Performance Coaches Scholarship in 2009, and recently January 2019 to UK, Loughborough for the International Festival of Athletics Conference to further upgrade himself, by encouraging him to participate in workshops, seminars and conferences.


BSc Exercise & Sport Science (ECU, Australia)


Graduating from Edith Cowan College with a Exercise and Sport Science degree, Daryl has been actively applying his knowledge as a Coach for the sport of Athletics. In the past 5 years, Daryl has coached athletes of different age groups through different levels of competition, from kids development to competing at national level, through this journey he has seen athletes getting injured either from training or accidents. This peaked his interest in injury management and prevention. 

Grabbing onto the opportunity, Daryl joined us as a sport trainer to explore his new found interest. Since then he has assisted our Physiotherapists with their patients through rehab. Aside from that, Daryl is also experienced in both strength and conditioning as well as sports massage.

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