Beatrice Choong

Beatrice began her career in Physiotherapy after having experienced its benefits first person after sustaining a sports-related injury in her school days. During her rehabilitation, she felt how pysiotherapy speed up her recovery and re-empowered her to enable her to return to sport safely and successfully.

Beatrice went on to complete her Diploma in Physiotherapy in Nanyang Polytechnic and decided to further her education 6 months after starting work at Changi General Hospital(CGH) under a scholarship.

Since achieving her Bachelor’s education, she has gone on to learn the following:

  • Rocktap Kinesiology and Power Taping
  • DMA Clinical Pilates Unit A
  • Brian Mullgan’s Concept, Mobilisations With Movement, NAGs, SNAGs, SNAGs. Upper Quadrant
  • Hydrotherapy for Spine and Peripheral Conditions

Her experience at CGH allowed her to work closely with the elderly and understand their rehabilitative needs. She was also part of the team at Changi Sports Medicine Centre, seeing recreational and competitive athletes of all ages on-season and off-season. Beatrice has worked with national athletes and the general population seeing a wide variety of musculoskeletal and post-operative injuries alongside a multidisciplinary team of orthopedic and sports physicians. She believes in team work and drawing upon the knowledge and skills that other medical professionals can provide for the betterment of her clients.

As an avid athlete having herself competed in field hockey, soccer, ultimate frisbee, floorball, track and field and more, Beatrice understands the thrill of sports and the beauty of moving efficiently and powerfully. She is also no stranger to the weight room, having picked up powerlifting in the past years as a passion and continuously applies her knowledge of biomechanics and human functional anatomy to improving her training outcomes.

Beatrice fully understands the needs of an injured athlete wanting to return to sport fully. With her vast knowledge and experience in various sports, she is able to creatively tailor to the athlete’s needs. She also understands the psyche and training regime of a competitive athlete and believes that rehabilitation is of a collaborative nature.