Jiayen graduated in 2013 with First Class Honours in Physiotherapy after completing her undergraduate training both in Singapore and the UK. She discovered her interest in sports rehabilitation through her wide clinical experience in a restructured hospital and in private practice. Following her passion, Jiayen pursued a Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy (Sports) from the University of South Australia in 2019, and was awarded the Brooks Running Prize for highest academic achievement in the sports component of the program. She is also an internationally certified Mulligan Practitioner.
Besides her clinical experiences, Jiayen was actively involved in clinical research involving Total Knee Replacements, Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) pre-habilitation, and tennis elbow conditions. She also has experience in clinical education and supervision of students and newly-graduated physiotherapists. In 2019, she had the honour of delivering an oral presentation at the Australian Physiotherapy Association Physiotherapy Congress.
Jiayen has a keen interest in Sports Injury Management, especially in returning athletes safely to sport towards the end of their rehabilitation journeys. She believes in working collaboratively with her clients to optimise their recovery and achieve their individual goals. Jiayen’s passion in maximising her clients’ physical potentials stems from her own interest in seeking new activities. She has been involved in adventure sports such as rock climbing, lifesaving, and underwater rugby, just to name a few!
Jiayen practices at Yishun.