Always being fascinated with the human body and anatomy since his teenage years, Winsen pursued a degree in Physiotherapy at University of Melbourne, Australia.
Upon Graduation, Winsen began working at Singapore General Hospital (SGH) where he found his passion in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Through his work there, he had opportunities to be part of the medical team in the Standard Chartered Marathon. During his time in SGH, he was also involved in competitive dragon boating where he began to develop interest in working with competitive athletes with their injuries and conditioning.
Winsen specialised into sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy in his roles as physiotherapists in Pain Relief Practice and Physioclinic. In 2017, Winsen began working with Elevate 360. He works with the trainers in the gym to create the best plan for their clients in order to prevent injuries or get back to full physical activity after an injury.
In his spare time, Winsen sings with the Singapore Symphony Chorus, plays chess and studies Japanese.
Peh Chia, B.Sc (Hons)
Rehab Pilates Therapist
Peh Chia is our resident rehab pilates therapist. A keen sportsperson, she has developed a natural interest in the injuries that come from sports. In particular, she is most concerned about prevention of injuries. This led her to pursue a degree in physiotherapy at Northumbria University.
After graduating, Peh Chia practiced in a Malaysian hospital before moving to Singapore to pursue a specialisation into musculoskeletal physiotherapy. While working in Singapore, she gained valuable experiences treating professional dancers and gymnastics athletes of Singapore. While practicing in private practice, her interest in pre and post natal physiotherapy was piqued as she finds women having difficulties maintaining an active lifestyle pre and post childbirth. She then pursued a STOTT Rehab Pilates Instructor certification in order to help with this group and women and also highlight her belief that prevention is a better way to handle injuries.
In her spare time, Peh Chia does pilates, yoga, aerobic, marathon, and manages her own YouTube channel.
Shi Qi, B.Physio (Hons)
Shi Qi graduated with Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons), awarded by Anglia Ruskin University, UK. Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner (CKTP®)
Through her journey of studying degree, she obtained a chance to participate in a workshop in Japan Iryo Sosei University and Taiwan National Cheng Kung University, and thus is equipped with the knowledge and skills of different areas of physiotherapy.
After graduating, Shi Qi practiced as a physiotherapist in a Malaysian private physiotherapy center with a special interest in musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation.
Her previous experience inspired her to combine active approach along with patients’ education to optimize the rehabilitation outcome in sports related injuries and postural pain. She always prioritizes patient-centred goal setting to encourage patients to become active participants throughout their journey of recovery for better outcome.
In her spare time, Shi Qi enjoys swimming, singing, and playing piano.