InTouch Physio is centrally located at 14-02 RB Capital Building at Raffles Place, Singapore’s financial district that is about 30 minutes away from Changi International Airport. It offers a range of physiotherapy and rehabilitation services and caters to both local and international patients with pain conditions, musculoskeletal problems, sports-related injuries and spinal pain. Their focus is to promote long-lasting pain relief, improved function and mobility, and minimise injury time.
InTouch Physio is staffed by five internationally-trained physiotherapists who have unparalleled commitment to providing professional, experienced, and personal services with the goal to treat the cause of the problem rather just the symptoms. They are trained on various evidence-based physiotherapy techniques and approaches that are widely used for the treatment of a broad spectrum of injuries and conditions including pain in the neck, shoulder, elbow, hand, back, hip, knee, and leg.
The team is composed of:
- BSc Physiotherapy, University of South Australia
- Completed the Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation course
- 19 years of international experience in Germany, UK, Australia, and Singapore
- BSc Physiotherapy, University of Otago, New Zealand
- 23 years of experience in musculoskeletal assessment and treatment
- Graduate Certificate in Manual Therapy, Curtin University, Australia
- Completed the Polestar Rehabilitation Pilates course
- BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
- Clinically Certified Exercise Specialist, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM, Singapore)
- B.Sc. (Hons.) Physiotherapy, University of Nottingham
- Allied Health Practitioners Council, Singapore
Koon Yi Jing
- MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine from the University of Nottingham, UK
- B.Sc. (Hons.) Physiotherapy, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
- Allied Health Practitioners Council, Singapore
Alphonse Tranne graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 1998. He has also completed the Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation program. He has been practicing for over 17 years and has worked in Germany, Australia, and the United Kingdom before joining InTouch Physio Clinic at Raffles Place in Singapore. He focuses on providing holistic treatment for [sports injuries](https://www.docdoc.com/info/condition/sport-injury) and correcting muscle imbalances, particularly in athletes. Alphonse previously worked for the British Army and thus has experience in dealing with both common and complex injuries both pre and post-deployment. He also worked with Amateur Aussie Rules Football teams in South Australia, various clubs in State League Soccer, professional MMA fighters, and the International Pole Championship in 2013.
Kathryn Howard is one of the highly experienced physiotherapists currently practicing at InTouch Physio Clinic at Raffles Place in Singapore. She has over 21 years of practice experience under her belt and has worked in New Zealand, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Prior to moving to Singapore, she owned a successful multi-practitioner physiotherapy practice on Harley Street in London for seven years. Kat’s special interests lie in the treatment and management of lower limb (hip, knee, and ankle) and spinal (back and neck) pain and dysfunction. She also manages patients with dance-related injuries and [pregnancy](http://www.docdoc.com/info/procedure/pregnancy)-related conditions. As a Polestar Pilates rehabilitation specialist, she often incorporates Pilates-based exercises into her treatment and rehabilitation programs to facilitate swift recovery.
Mark Chan graduated from Curtin University of Technology (Australia) with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons). Driven to continuously improve patient outcomes and with his commitment to continuing professional development, he pursued higher learning and completed his Masters Degree in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia (2011) as well as the Dance Medicine Australia Clinical Pilates Program (2012). Mark then moved to Singapore and before joining InTouch Physio Clinic, he served at a public hospital’s musculoskeletal and sports medicine clinic where he worked closely with several orthopaedic surgeons and sports physicians and gained extensive experience in the management of post-surgical patients as well as those suffering from sports injuries. Mark, who is a passionate long-distance runner, focuses on the management of shoulder, knee, and running injuries. He uses a range of evidence-based manual therapy techniques in treating common injuries that affect athletes such as soft tissue muscle dysfunction and neck and back strains. In his free time, he participates in half and full marathon events such as Standard Chartered Marathon, Sundown Marathon, and North Face 100.
Lucie Lamprey completed her BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy from the United Kingdom and Masters of Manual Therapy from the University of Western Australia. She is also a clinically certified exercise specialist by the American College of [Sports Medicine](https://www.docdoc.com/info/specialty/sports-medicine-specialists) (ACSM, Singapore) and advocates the use of manual therapy and functional exercises in addressing a range of pain conditions and injuries. Lucie’s education and years of training have helped her hone her assessment and treatment skills in the management of musculoskeletal conditions as well as obtain specialist abilities to assist in the creation of detailed exercise programs for weight management, individuals with active lifestyles particularly athletes, and those with pre-existing medical conditions. Currently practicing at InTouch Physio Clinic at Raffles Place, Lucie focuses on the treatment of spine, pelvis, and lower limb injuries. Other services that she provides include injury prevention and rehabilitation services.
Carin Penberthy has completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Curtin University and Bachelor of Physical and Health Education from the University of Western Australia. She has also completed her clinical Pilates level 4 course. For the past 18 years, she has been working with a variety of high-level athletes and dancers, helping them to achieve balance, restore function and mobility, achieve long-lasting pain relief, and achieve optimal performance. Specialising in the treatment of spinal and lower limb injuries, she also focuses on understanding the biomechanics and the cause of pain and injuries, allowing her to design individualised, targeted treatment program that can provide the best possible treatment outcomes.