TEAM EXODUS

"Exodus" connotes the idea of "leaving" or "departing" a certain place, and it is this notion that Exodus Physiotherapy is centered upon - that we are committed to helping our clients leave the "land of pain and dysfunction", so that they are better able to live (or continue living) an active and fulfilling life. 

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Toh Song Choon

Co-founder, Head Physiotherapist

Over 10 years of experience

 

Dip. Physiotherapy, Singapore

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Ireland

IOC Dip. in Sports Physical Therapies

Certified Mulligan Practitioner

Champion Performance Specialist

AHPC Registered Physiotherapist

Toh Song Choon is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist with special interest in long-term athlete development, sports performance and rehabilitation. He is also a Certified Mulligan Practitioner, and a Champion Performance Specialist. He recently completed his post-graduate Diploma in Sports Physical Therapies offered by the International Olympic Committee in 2020.

 

Prior to co-founding Exodus Physiotherapy, Song Choon had extensive experiences working in Singapore General Hospital, Alexandra Hospital under Sengkang Health, and Tampines Polyclinic. He was awarded Singhealth Service Quality Silver Award in 2014. 

 

With strong interest in sports, Song Choon was the Team Physiotherapist for the Singapore Men's Cricket Team at the 29th SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur 2017. He received a letter of commendation from the President of the Singapore Cricket Association for his outstanding service to the Men's Cricket Team during the games. Song Choon was also the Team Physiotherapist for the contingent representing Singapore at the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Ashgabat, Turkemenistan 2017. In addition, Song Choon was the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Men's Badminton Team representing Singapore at the World University Games in Taipei 2017. In 2019 and 2020, he was traveling with the Singapore Badminton Team for their various international competitions (Indonesia Open 2019, Chinese Taipei Open 2019, 2020 Badminton Asia Team Championship - Manila). He was also treating the National athletes at the Singapore Sports Institute during this period.

Song Choon is a firm believer in preventative medicine through education, exercise and healthy living. He is keen to increase community awareness to the importance of exercise in disease prevention.

Joanna Wee is a physiotherapist who specialises in women's health, sports-related injuries and musculoskeletal-related injuries. She is also a Certified Mulligan Practitioner, and a Champions Performance Specialist.

Prior to co-founding Exodus Physiotherapy, Joanna worked at various hospitals under Singhealth, including Singapore General Hospital and Sengkang General Hospital at Alexandra Hospital campus for 5 years.  She was awarded Singhealth Service Quality Silver Award in 2016. On top of her current speciality, she also has a wide variety of experience in managing the geriatric population and people with neurological conditions such as stroke and traumatic brain injuries. 

Joanna was the Team Physiotherapist for the Singapore Men's and Women's Badminton and Squash team at the 29th SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur 2017. She also travelled with the Singapore Badminton Doubles Team to Hong Kong for their training camp.  In addition, Joanna was the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Women's Badminton Team representing Singapore at the World University Games in Taipei 2017. In 2019 and 2020, she was traveling with the Singapore Badminton Team for their various international competitions (Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships 2019, Australia Open 2019, 2019 BWF World Championships, Fuzhou China Open 2019). She was also treating the National athletes at the Singapore Sports Institute during this period.

As an avid badminton player, Joanna has personally experienced frustrations from frequent shoulder and knee pains during her trainings and tournaments. Appropriate sports rehabilitation has enabled her to continue to enjoy the game and stay competitive in the sport. These experiences have helped her develop empathy for her patients. She believes that individualised rehabilitation programmes with appropriate education are key factors in helping athletes recover and return to sports safely. 

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Joanna Wee

Co-founder, Head Physiotherapist

Over 10 years of experience

 

Dip. Physiotherapy, Singapore

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Ireland

Certified Mulligan Practitioner

Champion Performance Specialist

AHPC Registered Physiotherapist