Eng Soo graduated from the University of Sydney with a Masters of Physiotherapy and
Bsc in Exercise & Sport Science. He began working as a Physiotherapist in 2013 in
Sydney after 4 years working as an Exercise Physiologist in private practice. 

An avid traveller, Eng Soo has worked around Australia, with 2 years spent travelling as
a rural locum working in a wide range of settings from paediatrics to geriatrics both in
hospitals as well as private practice. No stranger to sports, Eng Soo has competed at
state level competitions in open water swimming and enjoys competitive free diving and
the training around it. He has experience working with state and national level junior
swimmers and club rugby. He moved from Australia to Singapore to work as a
physiotherapist in 2017.

He has a keen interest in sports physiotherapy and post-surgical rehabilitation, strength
and conditioning and believes in a holistic approach to rehabilitation combining manual
therapy with exercises to facilitate optimal function and recovery after injury or surgery.
He is also a firm believer in exercise as medicine and an active rehabilitation approach.
Eng Soo is trained in pilates as well as trigger point dry needling.

Outside of work Eng Soo is a keen fisherman and can often be found trekking the
reserves looking for fishing spots. He also enjoys travelling the world to find mountains
to snowboard. 

Areas of interest:  
●      Pre/Post-surgical rehabilitation for Knees- ACL/meniscus, ankle injuries, Shoulder
Rotator cuff/labral injuries, muscle tears
●      Sports performance, Strength and Conditioning 
●      Injury prevention
●      Dry Needling

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