Ho Jiaying Jaylene
Principal Sports Physiotherapist
Diploma in Physiotherapy, Singapore
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) (Aus)
Master of Physiotherapy (Sports) (Aus)
Master of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) (Aus)
AHPC Registered Physiotherapist
Jaylene Ho graduated with Diploma in Physiotherapy from Nanyang Polytechnic in 2003 and went on to obtain a Bachelor of Science Physiotherapy from Curtin University of Technology in 2004. She was subsequently awarded a post graduate sponsorship by Singapore General Hospital (SGH) to pursue a Masters of Physiotherapy (Sports) from University of Queensland in 2009 and a Masters of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) from University of Queensland in 2010.
Prior to joining Physio & Sole Clinic, Jaylene had spent 12 years working in Singapore General Hospital treating various sports related and musculoskeletal injuries. She was in charge of developing the physiotherapy services for patients with Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury. She also has tremendous experience working in the Emergency Department, helping patients with acute low back and neck pain, whiplash-associated disorders and giddiness.
Jaylene also has special interest in treating sports and musculoskeletal injuries, and was involved as a physiotherapist in the 28th Southeast Asian Games and 8th ASEAN Para Games held in Singapore in 2015. She has prior experience working as a sports physiotherapist as well, providing field coverage for numerous sports and sporting events such as Australian Rules Football, Rugby, Gymnastic, Soccer, Singapore Rugby Sevens, Netball Super League and Standard Chartered Marathon events.
Beyond her time as a clinician, Jaylene is also an active advocate of education, and is one of the trainers for the SingHealth Postgraduate Allied Health Institute’s Advanced Certificate in Physiotherapy course, targeted at foreign-trained physiotherapists who wish to take the Singapore Ministry of Health Qualifying Examination.
Jaylene was awarded SingHealth Foundation Grant in 2011 for her research interest in the assessment and treatment of patients with ACL deficiency. She has presented her research findings on the ACL deficiency population at various platforms locally, including physiotherapy and medical congresses such as the World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress and Singapore Orthopaedic Association Annual Scientific Meeting, and SingHealth Duke-NUS Scientific Congresses.
Jaylene practises at Tanglin.