About Rowena Chance
Rowena became a qualified physiotherapist in UK in 1985. She initially worked in large regional hospitals, in both in-patient and out-patient care, before moving to Switzerland to work in a rehabilitation centre in the Alps. She moved to Asia in 1992 and worked in a private practice in Hong Kong for 14 years, before setting up her own clinic on moving to Macau. She joined Physio Focus in 2009 when her family relocated to Singapore.
Rowena has a wealth of experience in private practice and is an experienced manual therapist treating all types of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. Her more recent clinical interest has been in the area of women’s health, including ante- and post- natal problems and pelvic pain disorders often presenting as hip or back pain. She is passionate about exercise rehabilitation and has taught Pilates-based exercise for over 20 years. She has worked with clients with long term pain and postural issues as well as elite athletes and professional dancers. In Hong Kong, she worked with dancers from Hong Kong Ballet and taught dance students at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and with Cirque du Soleil artists while in Macau.
During her time in Asia she has been heavily involved in treating clients with sporting injuries at all levels. She worked at the Hong Kong International Sevens competition for 20 years and worked for a premier league Rugby Club providing ‘on-field’ assessment and treatment for the majority of her time in Hong Kong. Rowena is one of our longest serving physiotherapists.
Rowena ChanceMCSP (Chartered Physiotherapist UK) Clinic Pilates Instructor Member of the Singapore Physiotherapy Association and registered as a Physiotherapist under the Singapore Allied Health Professions Act 2011.
About Sheena Ong
Sheena, a compassionate physiotherapist, specializes in neurorehabilitation, geriatrics, and musculoskeletal conditions. Her core mission is to improve the quality of life for her patients by enhancing mobility through personalized care.
Beyond her clinical expertise, Sheena actively embraces a healthy lifestyle, integrating gyming and running into her daily routine. These pursuits are not mere hobbies; they are essential elements of her commitment to overall well-being.
With a particular focus on running injuries, Sheena delves into the intricacies of these challenges. Her genuine passion for an active lifestyle seamlessly aligns with her professional knowledge, contributing to a holistic approach to health.
Sheena’s dedication extends beyond the confines of her role as a physiotherapist. Her commitment to fostering mobility and well-being is a personal mission, evident in every aspect of her life. By embodying the principles of movement, vitality, and overall health, Sheena makes a positive impact, creating a healthier and more vibrant community around her.
Sheena OngBSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
About Michi Cole
Michi has a vast experience in treating athletes with her magical hands. Michi works part time with the clinic in between travelling with a variety of Singapore national teams, including badminton, table tennis, and para athletes.
Michi first became interested in massage therapy twelve years ago. She has been pursuing this passion ever since and obtained an ITEC Diploma in Holistic Massage and certificates in sports massage, full body massage and foot reflexology. In addition, Michi is qualified as a Level 1 Sports Trainer from Sports Medicine Australia.
Michi ColeSports massage therapist
About Lucas Tay
Lucas graduated from the Singapore Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. With a foundation rooted in both acute hospital care and the private sector, Lucas possesses a well-rounded understanding of patient needs across different settings allowing him to tailor treatments effectively and compassionately.
Lucas also has had the privilege of working closely with elite athletes, including the national handball team and the Lion City Sailors – Women’s Premier League Team in Singapore. His involvement in sports coverage has given him a unique perspective on injury prevention and performance enhancement. Lucas’s practice extends far beyond sports-related injuries.
Lucas’ areas of specialisation encompass musculoskeletal conditions such as neck and lower back pain, osteoarthritis, and post-operative rehabilitation. He is also skilled in treating conditions like frozen shoulder and various knee-related sporting injuries. With a commitment to delivering personalized care and a holistic approach to physiotherapy, Lucas is dedicated to helping his patients achieve their physical goals and regain their quality of life.
At Physio Focus, Lucas brings his extensive knowledge of musculoskeletal conditions to offer dry cupping therapy. With a focus on enhancing circulation and improving joint mobility, Lucas uses specialized cups, ensuring a safe and effective treatment option that caters to a wide range of patients. This technique benefits patients with headaches, back, neck, knee, and shoulder pain.
Lucas TayB.Sc. (Hons) Physiotherapy (Singapore)
AHPC Registered (Singapore)