Cindy graduated from The University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) degree and received the Health Sciences Award for Academic Excellence in Physiotherapy in 2007 for coming in top of her cohort. She then went on to complete her Master of Manual Therapy from The University of Western Australia in 2011.
Cindy has over 10 years of invaluable experience in sports, musculoskeletal injury and post-operative rehabilitation. She started her career with Alexandra Hospital before she was seconded to their satellite clinic, Jurong Medical Center, where she pioneered the outpatient and sports physiotherapy department. Cindy spent a year in the public service sector before moving on to private practice.
Cindy’s interest lies in the prevention and management of sports injuries and spinal pains. She believes in a holistic approach to health, and is always keeping abreast with the latest developments in Physiotherapy. Cindy has also been actively involved in providing sports physiotherapy coverage for various sports such as rugby, soccer and netball. In 2010, Cindy was appointed as the Physiotherapist-In-Charge for the Irish dancing phenomenon, Riverdance troupe, during their Singapore leg tour.
In addition to her clinical work, Cindy was also offered the post of Teaching Fellow at The University of Western Australia where she tutored post-graduate students undertaking the Master of Manual Therapy programme.
In her free time, you can find Cindy scuba diving down the ocean depths and taking photographs of colourful marine life, or up climbing rock walls in the gym. Cindy loves travelling and exploring new cultures, and enjoys meeting people from all over the world!
Cindy practices in Tanglin.