Integrative Physio Clinic is conveniently located at Scotts Medical Centre. It is staffed by physiotherapists, functional medicine practitioners, clinical nutritionists, a naturopath, massage therapist, and a registered consultant TCM physician.
The team combines their expertise to provide patients, both local and international, holistic and integrative healthcare services with the goal to restore and maintain optimum health and well-being. Through its various services, the clinic aims to treat and manage various pain conditions, improve function, and hasten the recovery process for those with musculoskeletal injuries and a wide range of medical conditions.
The clinic is helmed by Matthew Winter, a physiotherapist from the United Kingdom who has been practicing in Singapore for over seven years. He is a certified functional medicine practitioner (USA), senior medical educator (World Rugby), and has worked extensively with international sportsman across the region. Following his graduation from Nottingham University, he worked in hospitals where he gained experience in acute and medical musculoskeletal care. Having realised that patients often require more than a structural approach to ensure recovery, he established Integrative Physio Clinic to fulfill his vision of providing integrative healthcare.
Matthew Winter is the principal physiotherapist and director of Integrative Physio. He is a certified functional medicine practitioner (USA) and a medical educator (World Rugby). He has been practicing in Singapore for over seven years specialising in sports physiotherapy and dealing with pitchside trauma and sports injuries. He has also has an interest in spinal sensitisation and neural drive that contributes to chronic musculoskeletal pain.
Jack Allen is a chartered physiotherapist who has been practicing in Singapore for over three years. With an extensive background in orthopaedics, he specialises in the management of pre and post-surgery knee problems as well as jaw and neck-related conditions. He also has clinical experience in the management of patients with neurology, respiratory, and musculoskeletal problems as well as amputees.
Lisa Jane McConnell is a nutritional therapist registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). She completed her BSc (Hons) degree in Nutritional Therapy through the Centre for Nutrition Education and Lifestyle Management (CNELM), a collaborative partner of Middlesex University (MU). She works with patients with various health conditions particularly those with adult attention deficit disorder (adult ADD) and mental health problems.
Dr. Lim Xiang Jun is a consultant TCM physician with a PhD degree in Acupuncture and Tuina. She is currently practicing at Integrative Physio in Singapore where she offers a range of TCM treatments including acupuncture, cupping, bloodletting, acupressure, Reiki, and Ayurveda for the management of chronic pain caused by imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, internal organs, or energy/qi. She also manages gastrological, gynaecological, and paediatric conditions including irritable bowel syndrome, gastric reflux, and gastric problems in children. She also offers menstrual, menopausal, fertility, and weight management services.
Wakana Sasaki is a qualified naturopath and clinical nutritionist with a Bachelor of Naturopathy and Bachelor of Clinical Sciences from Southern Cross University in Australia. Her focus is treating and managing patients suffering from stress, anxiety, and depression by combining nutritional and herbal medicine with the Original Bach Flower Remedies.