“ I am much fitter, straighter and flexible. Pain is gone, thanks to my physiotherapist. ”
– Ang Siew Tin
“Have been very happy with my physiotherapist’s attention and consideration with my various physical shortcomings. My treatment sessions are always focused, never boring and stretches the goals for me.”
– Cynthia Koh, 56
“The studio is very relaxed and welcoming.”
– Jane Herron
Physiotherapy can be your first line of defence and prevention for knee osteoarthritis.
We provide physiotherapy treatment for knee osteoarthritis if you are looking for an effective and non-surgical treatment that would improve your mobility.
Pain, pain, go away – no more sore back for the day. We provide specialised
physiotherapy for all sorts of lower back ailments.
Realign your spine, restore its health and say goodbye to any aches or pain with our lower back pain treatment. Get your back on track and get more from life.
Having constant aching shoulders and neck pain? We provide effective physiotherapy
treatment for neck pain and ache.
With our various neck therapy and treatment for neck pain, we promise to make you feel better, relieve your stress and sort out that stiff neck.
If you’re experiencing numbness or pain in one or both hands, you may have carpal Tunnel
Syndrome. It is caused when there is pressure on the median nerve in your wrist.
Through a range of motion exercises, strengthening and stretching techniques as well as postural and ergonomic training, our physiotherapists can provide a solution to treat any wrist discomfort.
We provide customised treatments for tennis elbow physiotherapy. Elbow physiotherapy
helps to relieve the pain and stiffness around the outside of the elbow, improving the range
of movement in your arm.
Tennis elbow rehabilitation also involves strengthening the tendons to withstand long strenuous activities.
The primary aim of frozen shoulder treatment is to reduce pain as well as increase the
range of motion of the shoulder.
Our physiotherapy for shoulder pain is the most effective, non-surgical way to restore the full range of motion, hampered by frozen shoulder or stiffness in the shoulder.
Our physiotherapists have the ability to effectively assess a presenting musculoskeletal condition, identify its causes/contributing factors and develop a holistic plan of management that will provide an effective result.
Our physiotherapists are trained to combine treatment with Pilates exercises. This integrative approach often results in faster, more effective treatment and recovery from a range of conditions.
After your pain is treated, our physiotherapist can also collaborate with our in-house Pilates or Gyrotonic teachers for exercise program that will maintain long term healthy, functional and pain-free movement.
Senior Physiotherapist and Rehab Pilates Instructor
Physiotherapist and Rehab
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Rehab Pilates Instructor
Senior GYROTONIC® and Pilates instructor
Senior Pilates Instructor and Certified Nutrition Coach
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Our services are ideal for injury or illness recovery and prevention, pain management, improved sports performance and for those who just want to do something about their general health and wellbeing.
The Core Fitness physiotherapy team has multiple years of clinical experience in treating musculoskeletal injuries and chronic issues. We provide comprehensive physiotherapy assessments and treatments for a range of concerns including injuries, pain and functional movement. Combined with Pilates exercises during treatment, we can help you achieve your goal of long-term healthy and pain-free movement.
Core Fitness movement instructors are certified in Polestar and STOTT Pilates method, as well as Gyrotonic. Our instructors have extensive knowledge in both fitness and rehabilitative movement. Continuing education and staff trainings are run regularly to provide the high standard in movement teaching.
When you come in for your initial appointment, our physiotherapist will perform an assessment where they obtain the information by doing history taking and physical assessment to form both a physiotherapy diagnosis and a treatment plan. After the assessment they will speak with you about the appropriateness of physiotherapy treatment with your medical condition, various treatment options that physiotherapy can provide, as well as make recommendations for further treatment frequency and duration. At Core Fitness, we also use Physio-Pilates, a bespoke physiotherapy combined with Pilates exercises treatment method, to provide the movement rehabilitation.
Your first visit will be done in 3 steps:
Step1: A comprehensive "one-on-one" assessment will be performed.
Step 2: A physical examination of your injury will be performed.
Step 3: Discussion with physiotherapist with information obtained during steps 1 and 2, followed by a treatment.
During an initial assessment, our physiotherapist will ask you detailed questions about your injury. They will also ask questions about your health history, medical conditions, how you got injured, your level of pain, and your description of the pain. Once they understand the scope of your injury, they will test your range of motion, strength, and joint movement. A good physiotherapist will listen carefully and pay attention to every detail before deciding on a treatment plan.
Communicating effectively with your physiotherapist is imperative to managing expectations. Your rehabilitation goals should align with your physiotherapist’s treatment goals. It is important that you understand how long treatment will take, the commitment required, and what results you can expect to achieve from the recommended course of treatment.
The amount of time and number of sessions is based on the severity of your injury. It can be one session or 5 to 10 sessions. The goal of the physiotherapist should be to recommend a treatment plan that offers both the quickest and most effective recovery outcome. The physiotherapist should tailor the plan to your lifestyle and budget.