In Touch Physio is a well established physiotherapy clinic conveniently located at Raffles Place in Singapore's CBD. Established in 2005, we have built our reputation on personal, professional and progressive physiotherapy and rehabilitation services.
Our multinational team of physiotherapists are highly skilled and internationally trained. We are dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of injuries and musculoskeletal conditions. By focusing on treating the root cause of the injury and not just the symptoms, we are able to help our clients return to the things they enjoy doing most. We strongly believe in patient education as we want to empower patients to help themselves and be active in their own recovery.
B.Sc. (Hons) Physiotherapy (MY)
Anson specialises in musculoskeletal and sports injury rehabilitation, with his main areas of focus being the shoulders, knees, and ankles. He provide a simple yet effective manual therapy approach through the Mulligan Mobilization Movement (MWM) technique. This is used to improve range of motion, reduce pain with movement, or treat pain associated with specific activities. The treatment process involves various combinations of parallel or perpendicular pressure that is applied to the affected joint. Read more
Other than using specialised hands-on techniques and evidence-based exercises, Anson regularly advises on ergonomics and sports training tips to assist clients with full recovery. He is also certified in dry needling.
Anson started practicing as a physiotherapist in National University Hospital Singapore (NUH) after graduating from National University of Malaysia. During his days in NUH, he worked in the orthopaedic, cardiopulmonary, and oncological departments, before settling down in the outpatient musculoskeletal and sports rehabilitation department. His clients come from all walks of life, from young to old, sedentary to after-hours athletic lifestyles, influencers to celebrities.
Passionate in helping people, Anson started his journey of sharing about physiotherapy with the public back in NUH, when he was featured on Lianhe Zaobao about knee osteoarthritis. Since then, he has conducted corporate talks, Facebook video and live series, online webinars, and most notably, a feature on the radio station Love 97.2 FM.
To keep himself active, Anson regularly runs and practices Judo. With 7 years of experience, he is currently a 2nd Kyu Judoka.
B.Sc. (Hons) Physiotherapy (UK)
Kate graduated from Cardiff University (UK), specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy with an interest in neuropathic pain in the lower back, neck, and lower limb injuries. She optimises function through facilitation of muscles, gait re-education, and retraining of the brain to regain movement and coordination. She also has an interest in women's health, treating both pre-natal and incontinence issues. Read more
Kate accumulated her training and practical experience in an acute NHS hospital, focusing on musculoskeletal cases, acute stroke rehabilitation, elderly medicine, and intensive care. She was also part of the rehabilitation team in the UK’s North West Major trauma centre, treating post-operative elective and trauma surgeries. Prior to arriving in Singapore, Kate was a COVID frontline worker during the pandemic.
Certified in Dry Needling and Level 4 OCR Sports Massage, Kate combines these skills with manual therapy and education to treat injuries. She focuses on an exercise and strengthening approach so that patients are able to achieve their goals while managing their conditions. Kate also enjoys assessing gait, biomechanics, and exercise form, enabling her to identify possible weaker areas. She is also knowledgable in acute injury management due to her experience as a Sports Physiotherapist for the under 19 Singapore Cricket Team.
Kate's passion for physiotherapy stems from her love of sports, being active, and wanting to understand our body’s complex ability to perform these activities. She trained with her University rowing team, partaking in athletics, tennis and grew up dancing, running, and swimming. This practical experience allows her to understand and treat most sporting injuries.
BPhty (Hons) (AUS)
Meris graduated from the University of Queensland with a first-class honours degree in Physiotherapy. She ventured straight into private practice in Australia, where she gained clinical experience in her interest areas which includes spinal joint dysfunction (E.g. neck/back pain and headaches), women’s health (e.g. pregnancy-related pain and mastitis), vertigo (BPPV) and jaw pain (TMJ dysfunction). Read more
Meris is trained in the Maitland technique and her treatment approach involves combining manual therapy and individualised exercise prescription. She is also certified in Clinical Pilates and Dry Needling. Meris believes in searching for the source of pain and uses ergonomic and/or gait assessments, where applicable, to achieve this.
Having had personal experiences with sports injuries, she understands the frustration when patients are unable to perform to their maximum potential. With this, Meris aims to help patients understand their condition, supporting them throughout their recovery journey in a holistic and empowering manner. Meris places utmost importance on developing a reciprocal therapeutic alliance with patients, as she believes that joint decision making, and active participation leads to the best results.
Outside of work, Meris has various hobbies such as ballet, figure skating and golf. She has over 20 years of ballet experience and has completed all RAD examinations (Pre-primary to Advanced 2). Meris started her figure skating journey as an adult and was part of the Queensland State team prior to returning to Singapore. While artistry and expression are key for these sports, she also recognises the demands they have on the body. Hence, having an interest in dance injuries and with a goal to educate dancers on injury prevention in the future.
B.Sc. Sports Science (AUS)
B.Sc. Biomedical Science (AUS)
Doctor of Physiotherapy (AUS)
Nicola graduated from Bond University in 2014 after completing undergraduate and postgraduate studies. After graduation, she worked in a Spinal Injuries Unit before moving back to Singapore. Prior to joining us, Nicola worked in both hospital and community settings and gained experience in various fields across Physiotherapy such as musculoskeletal, orthopaedics, cardiorespiratory and neurological rehabilitation. Read more
Nicola’s areas of specialisation include neurological rehab (stroke, traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury), shoulder rehabilitation and injury prevention as well as vestibular rehabilitation (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, chronic dizziness and concussion management). After recovering from two shoulder reconstructions herself, Nicola is able to relate to her patients through their rehab journey. She works closely with her patients to empower them to achieve their goals in order to enhance their quality of life and return to activities pain free. In her spare time Nicola volunteers with the Singapore Wheelchair Rugby team and hopes to continue to build inclusive sport and awareness of disability in Singapore.
B.Sc. (Hons) Physiotherapy (UK)
Sarah has over 16 years of qualified experience as a Physiotherapist and Polestar Pilates-certified rehabilitation specialist, and has consistently worked with top sports medicine doctors, international sports teams and private practices throughout her professional career. Read more
Sarah previously worked in Singapore for a Private Physiotherapy and Pilates Practice for 5 years. Prior to this, she was the Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist and Team Leader in the UK for the Royal Air Force (RAF).
In addition, Sarah has excellent expertise in treating musculoskeletal conditions and chronic spinal occupational injuries, as well as providing acute physiotherapy treatment. She has attained a certificate in the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine, as well as a Manipulation and Manual Concepts Course from Curtin University in Australia. Sarah is also fully qualified in Polestar Pilates.
Sarah has a young family of 3 boys and works passionately at treating pregnancy-related issues. These include back pain, SIJ discomfort, and carpal tunnel syndrome. She incorporates Pilates programmes as an excellent way to improve core strength and fitness. Sarah also manages post natal issues including rectus diastasis.
Sarah approaches assessing and treating clients’ conditions using manual techniques, electrotherapy, Pilates, and home-based exercise programmes that are individually prescribed to ensure clients reach their full potential.
B.Sc. (Hons) Physical Therapy (IN)
M.Sc. Sports & Exercise Medicine (UK)
AdvDip Physio (SG)
Vineet is a Singapore-registered Physiotherapist, a passionate and well rounded professional with over 20 years of experience, having built a robust clinical base through his time working at notable places such as Tan Tock Seng, Alexandra, and Mount Elizabeth hospitals. Read more
Vineet worked as a Senior Physiotherapist in a musculoskeletal outpatient and sports injury clinic, which included developing clinical practicing guidelines for shoulder, knee, and lower back conditions. He was also closely involved in leadership roles and management of a rehab department.
Vineet obtained his Masters in Sports Medicine & Exercise Science from Nottingham University, UK (2005), and has a special interest in shoulder injury & rehabilitation. To further strengthen his knowledge & skills, he worked for Sports Singapore for 3 years as a Senior Sports Physiotherapist and covered basketball, soccer, athletics, and cricket nationally & internationally. In 2013, Vineet led a team of medical personnel during SEA games providing care to Singapore athletes.
Vineet is focused on evidence-based therapy in managing musculoskeletal, sports & orthopaedic conditions. He uses a variety of treatment techniques such as manual therapy (joint mobilisation and manipulation), trigger point release, as well as focused stretching & strengthening. Vineet believes in not only treating his patients’ current injuries, but also places emphasis on future injury prevention.