Angela Ting pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy with Honours, where she honed her fundamental skills in physical therapy. During this time, she discovered her passion for helping individuals with complex health issues and a particular interest in pelvic health.
Her journey into pelvic health began with specialised training in this field. She recognised the need for tailored care for individuals with pelvic dysfunction, as these issues were often under-addressed within the physiotherapy field. Upon completing her specialised training, she embarked on her career as a pelvic health physiotherapist.
Her compassionate and patient-centred approach quickly set her apart. Throughout her career, she excelled in treating various pelvic health conditions including vaginismus, pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence. She also actively presented at conferences on these topics to reduce stigma and increase awareness.
She has established strong collaborations with other healthcare professionals, seamlessly working within multidisciplinary teams to ensure her patients received comprehensive care, with a particular focus on conditions such as vaginismus.
Her career as a pelvic health physiotherapist, with a specialised focus on conditions like vaginismus, has been marked by a deep commitment to education and compassion in addressing a wide range of pelvic health issues. She utilises a holistic approach, continuously updates her knowledge, has significantly improved the lives of her patients and contributed to destigmatizing pelvic health conditions.