Candice Kwok -
Masters of Science (Physiotherapy)

Candice is a Canadian trained physiotherapist who was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. Her early work experience started in 2009 in Vancouver where she worked in acute care with complex geriatric patients. She continued onto the neurological rehab setting where she worked with individuals with spinal cord injuries at a leading university teaching hospital in Toronto. She has since completed additional education in running assessment and training, and prenatal and postnatal rehab, and has honed her skills in the musculoskeletal private practice setting where she sees all types of clients from sports to office related injuries. She also brings forth her experience as a busy mom of two boys and can relate to the physical and mental demands of being a parent!

As a certified Yoga and Pilates instructor, Candice has a strong focus on exercise-based rehabilitation. She works closely with clients to identify their personal goals and strives to provide a well-rounded treatment plan that is not only aimed at symptom relief but on strengthening and re-conditioning the mind and body in order to return to sport and daily function with confidence and with prevention of re-injury. She merges the knowledge of evidence-based therapy options with her patient’s values and preferences. Candice always practices with compassion and is a strong believer in a holistic approach to health care.

Certification / Experiences

• Masters of Science (Physiotherapy) McMaster University, Canada 2009
• Bachelors of Health Science (Hons), University of Western Ontario, Canada 2007
• Polestar Pilates for Clinical Rehabilitation (Mat & Pilates Equipment)

Area of Interest:

• Prenatal and Postnatal
• Geriatrics
• Sports injury rehabilitation and prevention
• Lower Back Pain
• Neck pain

Locations:

• Bukit Timah

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