Cesar Seguban -
Physiotherapist

Cesar graduated from Dominican College with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and has been in Singapore working as a Physiotherapist for 11 years. He has worked with clients with different conditions in both hospital and private clinic settings.

Cesar is constantly pursuing new knowledge and techniques to help his clients. Through his experience working with his clients, he has developed an interest in clients with neck and back pain.

He believes that the best treatment is for his clients to understand their condition and to empower them to exercise.

Outside of work, Cesar enjoys sports such as badminton, swimming and cycling.

Certification / Experiences

• Post Graduate Certification in Neuro Developmental Technique
• Certified in IASTM
• Certified in Dry Needling
• Certified in Kinesio Taping
• Certified in Muscle Energy Technique
• Certified in Neurokinetic Technique level 1
• Balanced Body Mat 1 & Reformer 1 Trained

Areas of Interest:

• Neurological
• Orthopaedic
• Musculoskeletal
• Geriatrics

Location:

• River Valley

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