Jace Physio Pilates, the physiotherapy partner of Farrer Park Hospital, is conveniently located on Orchard Road, Singapore. It specialises in a wide range of physiotherapy services and staffed by a group of highly dedicated, skilled movement instructors, massage therapists, physiotherapists, and a Pilates expert.
The clinic’s specialists combine their advanced skills and expertise to provide the highest standards of physiotherapy services for those with acute and chronic pain, musculoskeletal disorders, neurological conditions, and those who need pre and post-operative rehabilitation. Among the techniques being used in the clinic include Feldenkrais method (which focuses on correcting habitual movements patterns that are strained or inefficient) and Zena Rommett Floor-Barre (which combines classical ballet with anatomical principles of alignment), among others.
Ms. Kareen Chua graduated from Nanyang Polytechnic where she completed her Diploma in Physiotherapy. Her interest lies in treating post-surgical patients following orthopaedic, general, and neuro-surgical procedures. She provides physiotherapy services with the goal to help her patients regain mobility and improve overall function as quickly as possible. She is currently serving at Jace Physio Pilates where she works with a group of highly experienced and dedicated team of physiotherapists, movement instructors, and massage therapists to ensure patients' health and well-being. She is deeply passionate about clinical research and aims to promote awareness of the benefits of physiotherapy. She hopes to engage and take on greater roles in clinical research in the future.
Ms. Nina Kao is the director and principal physiotherapist at Jace Physio Pilates Centre, which is located on Orchard Road in Singapore. She completed her BSc Physiotherapy in Taiwan and has more than 17 years of practice experience. In 2007, she moved to Singapore and took up Polester Pilates courses to complement her physiotherapy treatment. She also trained in Sky Pilates and is now an expert in modifying Pilates exercises to address various conditions including pelvis and sacroiliac joints dysfunction, degenerative lower back pain, and osteoporosis. She is a fully registered physiotherapist in Singapore and aims to provide long-term benefits including body awareness, flexibility, strength, and alignment that could ultimately lead to longer lasting pain relief and better quality of life.