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1187 Upper Serangoon Road

#02-03, The Midtown (Lobby B)

Singapore 533971

Nearest MRT

Hougang MRT (NEL), 5 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 


Toh Song Choon

Co-founder, Head Physiotherapist

Hougang Clinic

Over 12 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.

Eng Hui Wen is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist with special interest in sports rehabilitation, musculosketeal pain management, and injury prevention. She has a Level 1 certification in GEMT Dry Needling, and a Level 2 certification in World Rugby - Immediate Care in Rugby. Hui Wen is also a certified personal trainer certified by the National Council on Strength and Fitness. 

Prior to joining Exodus Physiotherapy, Hui Wen worked at the Singapore Sport & Exercise Medicine Centre in Changi General Hospital. During her time there, she worked closely with a multidisciplinary team to rehabilitate both post-operative patients and non-operative patients back to their sporting goals. 

Having played competitive Tchoukball on both the local and international level, Hui Wen understands the challenges posed by sports injuries and the importance of rehabilitation to aid in full recovery and prevent future injuries. She is keen to use her clinical expertise to help as many individuals as possible to return safely to the physical activities they love.

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Eng Hui Wen

Senior Physiotherapist

Hougang Clinic

Over 3 years of experience


BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Singapore

NCSF Certified Personal Trainer

GEMT Dry Needling Level 1

World Rugby ICR Level 2

AHPC Registered Physiotherapist

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