An estimated 350,000 people in Singapore are affected by osteoarthritis (OA), the most common form of knee pain. Difficult to manage, and with no cure currently available, many people opt for pain-relieving medicines, injections into their joints or, in some cases, surgery to alleviate their pain.
Now, however, there’s a groundbreaking treatment that’s both non-surgical and drug-free. Developed by orthopaedic doctors, and founded on established scientific principals, AposTherapy is a personalised programme of care that’s clinically proven to improve mobility and alleviate pain. Based on the premise that the development and progression of osteoarthritis can depend on the way in which you walk, AposTherapy works by analysing and then correcting the way you move.
<p>Equipped with a Bachelor's Degree in Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia, Chye Tuan's built his professional career by working at reputable institutions such as Singapore General Hospital, Alexandra Hospital's Sports Clinic and the Football Association of Singapore where he covered for the National Youth Teams.</p> <p>Being an avid sports person himself, Chye Tuan carries over his passion for sports into the arena of management and prevention of sports injuries. Besides serving in the capacity of Senior Physiotherapist at Core Concepts, he also conducts continuing education courses and workshops on Sports Injury Management and Sports Taping on a regular basis for the sports community comprising PE teachers, coaches and large pharmacy groups. Chye Tuan has to his credit several public appearances on local TV and radio where he has spoken on matters related to fitness and health.</p>