Mok Yan Jie Jeremy
Principal Sports Physiotherapist
Diploma in Physiotherapy, Singapore
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy (Hons), Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
AHPC Registered Physiotherapist
Jeremy Mok graduated with a diploma in physiotherapy from Nanyang Polytechnic in 2012. Under the National University Health System Health Science Scholarship, he obtained his First Class Honours in Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Singapore Institute of Technology-Trinity College Dublin.
Jeremy began his career as a physiotherapist at National University Hospital. He spent 3 years working as a Sports Physiotherapist at National University Hospital Sports Centre, specialising in musculoskeletal and sports injuries. As an avid cyclist and runner for over 10 years, Jeremy developed special interest in treating patients with cycling and running-related injuries. Jeremy has worked with OCBC cycle on numerous occasions, conducting workshops and overseeing the cycling injury prevention program at NUH Sports Centre.
Jeremy combines his understanding of the demands of cycling and his professional knowledge of treatment in his approach as a physiotherapist. This allows him to better assess and prescribe effective exercises in helping his patients.
Jeremy also has extensive experience in dealing with other musculoskeletal conditions such as ACL injuries, rotator cuff injuries and ankle sprains. Jeremy’s passion in sports also allows him to better relate to the practical needs of his patients.
As a strong advocate of physical activity, Jeremy believes that exercise is medicine. Proper rehabilitation and conditioning can help every athlete to enjoy their sport, while remaining healthy.
Jeremy practises at Tanglin.