Physiotherapy • Sports Training • Sports Massage • Pilates • Cycling Analytics
Performance Sports & Rehab Specialists
Introducing our Team
DR. BELINDA TING
Doctor of Physical Therapy,
M.Sc (Physical Therapy),
Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual,
Power Pilates Instructor
Master of Science, Physical Therapy,
DMA Clinical Pilates,
World Rugby Certified Medical Practitioner and Educator
Master of Science, Human Health Science- 修士(人間健康科学)
JARTA Certified Sports Trainer - JARTA 認定スポーツトレーナー
Master of Physiotherapy (Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy),
Postgraduate Diploma (Musculoskeletal),
DMA Clinical Pilates
Senior Rehab & Performance Specialist
B.Sc (Sports and Exercise Science)
EIMS Accredited Specialist in Strength and Conditioning,
Special Populations, Weight Management,
What We Do
Performance Sports & Rehab Specialists is a group of Allied Health Professionals and Sports and Performance Enthusiasts who believe in optimising human potential through the manipulation of mechanics and sports science.
Evaluates and treats any orthopaedic or musculoskeletal condition. We use manual therapy such as functional, joint, soft tissue and neural mobilisations and manipulations to treat conditions that require mechanical fine tuning. After manual therapy, neuromuscular re-education techniques and exercises which promote improved motor control will be utilised to ensure better carry over so that the benefits of the treatment will not be temporary. We will equip you with tools and exercises to self- treat, maintain and improve awareness of your own condition. It does not promote dependence but empowers potential. This is how we want our patients to see our trade as it can be a fulfilling journey when we as patient and caregiver do it right.
Sports massage is a deep tissue massage which is personalized to the athlete, taking into account their sport of choice. Focusing on areas of the body that are overused and stressed from repetitive and often aggressive movements. Sports massage therapy can be used as a means to enhance pre-event preparation and reduce recovery time for maximum performance during training or after an event. Athletes have discovered that specially designed sports massage promotes flexibility, reduces fatigue, improves endurance, helps prevent injuries and prepares their body and mind for optimal performance.
A bike fit is the evaluation of the rider’s physical condition and needs, then adjusting the rider’s position accordingly. With the evolution of sports science, cyclists are looking for marginal gains in order to win races, be most aerodynamic and to become a more efficient athlete, but some just want to ride more comfortably or pain free. Sometimes, it’s about fitting for comfort vs aerodynamics. The goal is to reduce injuries, improve efficiency or simply allow a patient with a condition to ride again.
Pilates can enable patients to gain core strength to prevent injuries to the extremities. Modifications are made to benefit patients with all kinds of pain and injuries.
Pilates is taught by Dr Belinda Ting who has been a Power Pilates Certified Pilates Instructor since September 2007. Belinda utilises the classical method that originated from Joseph Pilates. Belinda was trained by New York trained professional dancer, Allison Gonzales who completed her apprenticeship under the guidance of Romana Kryzanowska, a devotee and pupil of Joseph Pilates.
Pilates classes are held in the clinic on Wednesday evenings and Friday mornings.
Sports training helps you to achieve your performance goals regardless of your current level. It incorporates strength, power, flexibility and agility training which are the foundations of performance and injury prevention for all sports.
Shockwave therapy is a novel treatment that is great for promoting healing and speeding up recovery alongside physiotherapy. It is particularly useful for muscle or tendon problems that have lasted more that 3 months.
State of the art Equipment
AlterG is an anti-gravity treadmill that uses NASA differentiated air pressure technology to lift and support the body while walking or running. It allows one to reduce gravity's impact by choosing any weight between 20% and 100% of your body weight.
The AlterG is used by many elite athletes including distance runners such as Mo Farah and numerous top football clubs in their regular training schedule. The AlterG and can supplement your speed and cardio training with reduced impact on your joints, reducing your risk of injury.
If you have had an injury or surgery, you can use the AlterG to get back to walking or running earlier than you can without body-weight support, helping to speed up your recovery.
Seniors or those with neurological conditions such as following a stroke can use this to improve their fitness and strength in a fall safe environment.
Training on the AlterG can supplement a well designed weight loss program, allowing you to power walk or even jog at your target body weight.
Athos training is a wearable technology that analyzes muscle activity and heart rate biosignals.
It tells you which muscle groups are working during your workout and also the distribution of work by muscle group from left to right, to ensure that you have the correct form.
You can gauge your effort and find the correct form which can help minimise injuries and help you make the most of your workout.
BStrong uses blood flow restriction training which is an exercise modality that uses a manipulation of the body's circulatory system in combination with light-weight exercise to achieve training results similar to high intensity strength training (traditional heavy weight lifting).
There is less risk of a muscle strain or joint injury since lighter weights are used. You will also have less soreness and quicker recovery.
What's in store at the clinic (prices all in SGD)
Pre-treatment and post-treatment process made easy.
Call us at 6734-3421 or leave a Whatsapp at 8508-3951, and we'll book a slot as best we can at your convenience.
Please bring along any medical documents relevant to your condition or ailment, so our therapists can get to know you better and guide you on the best route to recovery.
As the session may involve some physical activity, we recommend wearing athleisure clothes that are easy to maneuver in. We have private rooms for you to change in.
After a short consultation, our experienced physiotherapists and trainers will start you on your journey to recovery or greater performance.
If it's your first session, we kindly ask you to arrive early as registration may take 5-10 minutes. Running late? We're just a call or message away, please notify us.
During the session, our therapist or trainer likely taught you exercises to continue doing at home. For fast and effective recovery, please be diligent in practicing the exercises at home.
At the end of the session, approach the front desk and they will help you book your future appointments.
The house rules
Once we've arranged an appointment slot for you, we will Whatsapp you a confirmation message.
Please reply to the message and confirm your booking with us.
After the booking has been confirmed, we will Whatsapp a reminder 2 days prior to the appointment.
We hope for the sake of other fellow patients that you are diligent and on time for your appointments.
If you are running late, don't be afraid to let us know.
PSRS understands that many of our patients have busy schedules and we will do our best to accommodate.
After receiving your Whatsapp reminder 48 hours prior to the appointment, is your window to cancel or adjust the appointment time.
We have a 24 hour cancellation policy to deter patients from cancelling last minute and providing us with enough time to backfill the appointment time with another patient.
If any cancellations are made within 24 hours of the booking, we reserve the right to charge 100% of the appointment fee.
For last minute appointments booked within 24 hours of the appointment date, the policy does not apply.