PhysioKit, which has clinics at Camden Medical Centre (Orchard Boulevard) and East Coast Road (Katong) in Singapore, combines the expertise and experience of clinical Pilates, physiotherapy, osteopathy, podiatry, and Gyrotonic® specialists to provide patients with comprehensive, holistic solutions so they can achieve optimal physical health and performance.
The clinic is staffed by London and Ireland- trained healthcare professionals who firmly believe in providing one-on-one approach to tackling individual concerns. They provide targeted, individualised therapies based on each patient’s unique circumstances, specific injury, and rehabilitation and performance concerns.
Aside from athletes and sports enthusiasts, the clinic also works with physically disabled children, those who are suffering from chronic pain conditions, and those recovering from illnesses and accidents.
The clinic is the recipient of the following appreciation awards:
- Appreciation Award from North East Community Development Council – April 2015, October 2015, and March 2016
- Appreciation Award from People’s Association – September 2015
- Appreciation Award from Sport Science and Management Board – 2016
Shoban Rahulapaskaran completed his Bachelor’s degree (with honours) in Physiotherapy at King’s College London. He is also trained in DMA Clinical Pilates. Following his graduation, Shoban moved to Singapore and served at Changi General Hospital where he worked with patients suffering from musculoskeletal injuries, cardiorespiratory problems, and neurological disorders. Being personally involved in sports, Shoban developed an interest in sports-related injuries and sports coaching. Shoban is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (UK), Singapore [Physiotherapy](http://www.docdoc.com/info/specialty/physiotherapists) Association, and Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC).
Marcus Bernini pursued his degree in osteopathy at London School of Osteopathy after suffering from a serious spinal problem and failing to recover back to full fitness despite receiving treatment from many practitioners. He is a former professional rugby player and South of England's Junior Judo Champion (1988). Prior to joining PhysioKit Katong, he worked at many sports clinics in London and practiced in Thailand for four years. He specialises in all [sports injuries](https://www.docdoc.com/info/condition/sport-injury) and provides treatment for chronic pain conditions, joint injuries, neurological syndromes, and disc injuries.
Emilia Mokhtar has a Diploma in [Physiotherapy](http://www.docdoc.com/info/specialty/physiotherapists) from Nanyang Polytechnic as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy (with honours) from Trinity College Dublin. Prior to joining PhysioKit, she worked at a local general hospital where she gained experience in managing patients with cardiopulmonary, orthopaedic, and musculoskeletal conditions. She also worked alongside surgeons and sports physicians in treating and rehabilitating athletes and sports enthusiasts. Emilia is a member of the Singapore Physiotherapy Association and Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists.