Margaret Goh -

Margaret has 11 years of clinical experience working in private and restructured hospital settings, followed by Pilates training and teaching.

After receiving her training in Singapore and The University of Sydney, Margaret started her career focusing on pediatrics and women’s health conditions in Mount Alvernia Hospital. While in Tan Tock Seng hospital and rehabilitation centre, she dealt with a wide range of conditions of all age groups. Over the years, Margaret has developed special interest in geriatrics and neurological care.

In her pursuit of skill enhancement to provide better care for her patients, Margaret discovered her new passion – clinical/rehabilitative pilates training. She received DMA clinical pilates training in Perth and rehab based pilates course under Polestar Pilates. Since then, for the past 4 years outside the hospital setting, she has been incorporating Pilates in her physiotherapy treatments, dealing with clients with acute to chronic conditions, from neurological disorder to musculoskeletal related problems.

She believes in working with her clients and giving them the skills and knowledge to manage their symptoms for long-term recovery.

Certification / Experiences

Bachelor of Health Sciences, Physiotherapy
DMA Clinical Pilates Certified
Polestar Pilates Certified


Location:

River Valley

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