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The Rehab Studio

About The Rehab Studio

Founded by Mr Gan Jing Tap, The Rehab Studio offers physiotherapy services, occupational therapy services (home visit), speech therapy services (home visit), and rehab training services.

Their mission is to provide good quality, accessible and affordable physiotherapy and rehabilitation services in Singapore, and their vision is to improve the quality of life of chronically sick people, as well as those with pain and disability in Singapore. 

Their specialities include:

  • Sport injury
  • Musculoskeletal & Pain management
  • Pre- & Post-surgery Rehabilitation
  • Stroke and Neuro Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Women’s Health
  • Pre- and Post-natal Rehabilitation
  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage
  • Cancer Rehabilitation
  • Elderly Rehabilitation
  • Caregiver Training
  • Cooperate Physiotherapy Contract and Package 

The Rehab Studio offers: 

Home Therapy and Rehabilitation

(i) Acute or severe pain that limit the ability to move about 

(ii) Chronic diseases that limit the ability to move about (e.g., Stroke, Parkinson, Cancer, etc.) 

(iii) Rehabilitation in a home or work environment

Clinic Therapy and Rehabilitation

(i) For clients who are able to travel and will benefit from more intensive rehabilitation using equipment (e.g., returning to sports, high performance athletes)

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Gan Jing Tap (Zino)

Jing Tap is the founder of The Rehab Studio. He holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Physiotherapy from Trinity College of Dublin. ​

He is an AHPC registered physiotherapist with more than 7 years of experience in various settings including in-patient, out-patient and home rehabilitation. 

He is a certified Physiotherapist (Neuro-Developmental Technique Association) in treating adults with stroke and brain injury and also has a special interest in pain management for musculoskeletal and sports rehabilitation cases. He is also a trained and certified educator for Physiotherapy students at the Singapore Institute of Technology.

He does Thai boxing, beach volleyball and gyms regularly and is therefore able to appreciate and relate to most sports injuries and provide a useful rehabilitation program.

He focuses on integrating his treatment plan into his clients’ living environment and daily activities, making every challenge an opportunity for improvement.

Huang Baoxian

Miss Huang Baoxian holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Physiotherapy from the Trinity College of Dublin. 

She is an AHPC registered physiotherapist with more than 7 years of experience in various settings including ICUs, In-patient, out-patient and home therapy.

She specializes in musculoskeletal conditions, pain management, pre- and post-operative recovery, and stroke rehabilitation.

She’s a certified Physiotherapist (Neuro-Developmental Technique Association) in managing adults with stroke and brain injury. She’s also a certified Dry Needling Physiotherapist (Global Education of Manual Therapist) and Clinical Educator for Physiotherapy Students at the Singapore Institute of Technology.

Kareen Chua

Kareen is an AHPC registered physiotherapist with more than 7 years of experience in various settings including National University Hospital, Parkway Hospital, physiotherapy clinic and home therapy setting. Kareen specialized in pain management, pre-and post-operation rehabilitation, manual lymphatic drainage and women’s health.

Kareen is a certified physiotherapist in manual lymphatic drainage from Dr Vodders’ School. She is also a mother to one which provides her the advantage in helping female clients with their pre-and post-natal physiotherapy. Kareen practices yoga and Pilates leisurely and she applies these knowledge to her treatment session whenever necessary.

Kareen emphasizes patient education heavily in her rehabilitation session. She believes that by providing education to her patients, they can achieve a better and faster recovery.