Joseph CF Wong

New Zealand Registered Physiotherapist

Joseph studied Physiotherapy in Auckland, New Zealand under the Colombo Plan Scholarship (awarded by Public Service Commission) and graduated from AUT University, Auckland (formerly Auckland Technical Institute) in 1977.

He served out his 8 year bond in the Ministry of Health, working in Singapore General Hospital, Tan Tock Seng Hospital and the then Toa Payoh General Hospital.

He opened his own clinic, Orchard Physiotherapy Centre in 1988 at the then Specialists’ Shopping Centre and practised there till 1998 and thereafter moved to the present location at Orchard Building.

His special interest is in the treatment of musculoskeletal problems, especially of the neck and back and management of sports injuries. He has given numerous talks and presentations on related topics to different organizations over the years.

He was the appointed physiotherapist to the National soccer team from 1985-1992.

During his school days in SJI, he played badminton at school and combined schools levels and was in the first batch of F&N badminton trainees. He switched to squash during his national service and has played competitively since then. He served as VP in the Singapore Squash Rackets Association and was involved in the association for many years. He is presently the President of the largest squash club in Singapore – United Condo Squash Club. He has run a few marathons and numerous half marathons, and swims regularly.

Ms Zee Li Chuen

New Zealand Registered Physiotherapist

Li Chuen studied Physiotherapy in Auckland, New Zealand under the Colombo Plan Scholarship (awarded by Public Service Commission) and graduated from AUT University, Auckland (formerly Auckland Technical Institute) in 1979.

She excelled in the final State exams and topped her cohort, which included the physiotherapy school in Dunedin, in both theory and practical.

She served her 8 year bond in the Ministry of Health, working in Singapore General Hospital, Tan Tock Seng Hospital and then Mt Elizabeth Hospital in 1986 where she worked for 5 years before coming out to join Orchard Physiotherapy Centre in 1991.

Li Chuen currently provides housecall physiotherapy services catering mainly to the older set of patients especially in the area of neurological conditions. She has attended numerous post grad courses in keeping up with the latest in management of such patients.

Ms Tracie Wong

Clinic Manager

Tracie is the clinic manager of Orchard Physiotherapy Centre. She handles the day to day operations in the practice. She graduated in 2009 from the University of Bradford with a BSc in Marketing (Hons).

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