Mok Ying Rong : Ying is a fully registered Physiotherapist under the AHPC in Singapore. Ying is certified in clinical pilates and advanced spinal and peripheral manipulation techniques. She completed her degree in physiotherapy in Singapore with her final year done via a research basis with Queen Margaret University. Ying has vast experiences assisting with the seniors and youths at a range of community and acute medical settings, in both private and public settings. Ying has served as the principal physiotherapist for a few nursing homes -Moral NH and Taipei NH. Ying has a keen interest in movement and ergonomics analysis. Her specialty in these areas can best assist individuals who are keen to move more effectively and pain-free. Ying utilises a holistic active approach alongside an energetic desire to get people moving pain-free. Ying is also a national distance runner. Her more memorable achievements include breaking the Singapore National Half-Marathon record in winning the 2016 Gyeongju Cherry Blossom Half Marathon. Ying’s drive and perseverance carries over into her physiotherapy treatments for her patients, in motivating and getting them back on their feet. Ying is a firm believer in giving back to the community. She contributes by conducting talks and workshops on injury prevention and rehabilitation issues.
Scope of Physiotherapist Visits
Geriatric Physiotherapy: covers three areas – normal ageing due to disuse and deconditioning, cardiovascular problems like vascular disease and stroke, and skeletal problems including osteoporosis and osteoarthritis conditions such as knee and hip replacements.
► Physiotherapy aims at the recovery of musculoskeletal function, particularly recovery from joint, tendon, or ligament repair and, or, their ability to live independently.
Chest Physiotherapy: cover the treatment whereby breathing is improved by the indirect removal of mucus from the breathing passages of a patient.
► Physiotherapy helps the body to remove sputum and improve the efficiency of oxygen uptake by using techniques including clapping or percussion as well as specific exercise regimes. The exercises prescribed can include specific respiratory exercises e.g. autogenic drainage and general cardiovascular exercises.
Cardiac Physiotherapy: covers the treatment for patients with ischemic heart disease, with myocardial infarction, after coronary angioplasty, after coronary-aortic by-pass graft surgery and to patients with chronic heart failure.
► Physiotherapy includes a combination of exercises with other lifestyle changes, such as eating a balanced diet and quit smoking, reducing the risk of future heart problems.
Neurological Physiotherapy: covers treatment of individuals who have neurological impairments; for example, Traumatic Brain Injury or Stroke; Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injury and Parkinson's disease.
► Physiotherapy aims to identify and maximise movement potential and patient's quality of life. These may include: education, training, posture awareness, strengthening, stretching, sitting balance, standing balance, and walking practice (if applicable).
Musculoskeletal, Sports Injury & Orthopaedic Physiotherapy: Manages and treats disorders and injuries of the musculoskeletal system including rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery.
Wellness and Fitness Management: Health is a dynamic process because it is always changing. Wellness is the search for enhanced quality of life, personal growth, and potential through positive lifestyle behaviours and attitudes.
Antenatal & Post Natal Physiotherapy: covers treatment of pregnancy related low back pain.
► Physiotherapy utilises the basic sciences of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics as background theory in the assessment and management of patient, also manual assessment and treatment techniques, specific therapeutic exercise, selective electrotherapy and advice on posture and movement disorders.
Special Fees for clients booked through Active Global
First appointment: S$160 (S$40 off).
S$200 per home Physiotherapy session (1 hour).
► Call us at 6536 0086 to schedule a Physiotherapist's visit.