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160 Changi Road

#04-05, HexaCube

Singapore 419728

Nearest MRT

Eunos MRT (EWL), 8 mins walk to clinic

Operating Hours

Monday to Friday 

09:30 - 18:30


09:00 - 12:00



By Appointment Only

Closed on Sunday & Public Holidays 

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Joanna Wee

Co-founder, Head Physiotherapist

Eunos Clinic

Over 12 years of experience


Dip. Physiotherapy, Singapore

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Ireland

Certified Mulligan Practitioner

Champion Performance Specialist

AHPC Registered Physiotherapist

Joanna Wee is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist who specialises in women's health (including pregnancy and post-pregnancy rehabilitation) and pelvic health. 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. She was also the Team Physiotherapist for the Singapore Men's and Women's Badminton and Squash team at the 29th SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur 2017. 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. 

Yap Jing Yi is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist with a special interest in spinal and lower limb conditions, women's health (including pregnancy and post-pregnancy rehabilitation) and pelvic health.

Prior to joining Exodus Physiotherapy, Jing Yi worked at Jurong Health for several years, before going into private practice. She was also part of the medical team providing physiotherapy services at the Games Medical Centre for the 28th SEA Games Singapore 2015 and 8th ASEAN Para Games Singapore 2015. 

Jing Yi believes that prevention is always better than cure, and is a strong advocate for injury prevention through exercise and early intervention.


Yap Jing Yi

Principal Physiotherapist

Eunos Clinic

Over 12 years of experience


Dip. Physiotherapy, Singapore

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Ireland

AHPC Registered Physiotherapist


Gloria Yew

Locum Massage Therapist

Eunos Clinic


Dip. Sports and Leisure Management

ISA Basic Sports Massage

Advanced Sports Massage

ACE Certified Personal Trainer

Certified Rehab Trainer

Gloria Yew is a Massage Therapist certified in both Basic and Advanced Sports Massage. She is also a Personal Trainer certified by the American Council on Exercise. She holds a Diploma in Sports and Leisure Management.


Gloria has a keen interest in dance, and was part of a church dance ministry for many years. She has also participated in several dance performances organized by various dance companies. Her background in dance has led Gloria to explore further in the area of body movements, injury prevention, and recovery after sports. She believes that sports massage when done right, can help people move better not only during their sporting activity, but also in their daily life.

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