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Bernard Sim

Senior Physiotherapist

BSc, Physiotherapy (S. Australia)

AHPC Full-Registration Physiotherapist (Singapore)

Cert. Mulligan Practitioner (Singapore)

Cert. KinesioTaping Practitioner (Australia)

Cert. STRAIT MethodTM Foundations (USA)

Cert. Yoga Anatomy and Yoga Therapy Essentials (Yoga International)

 

Bernard has developed a keen interest in functional and movement restoration and has worked extensively with patients suffering from chronic pain conditions, musculoskeletal disorders, sports injuries and post orthopaedic surgeries.

 

During his stint in the National University Hospital, he provided inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation for paediatric patients with diversely severe and complex conditions. He also conducted individual consultations and group exercise programs for children and young adults with obesity.

 

In addition to his clinical work, Bernard is passionate about evidence based research and treatments, upgrading his skills with continuing education courses, and sharing his vast knowledge with the public. He was involved in a series of hospital educational lectures and submitted research presentations at the Singapore International Physiotherapy Congress 2016. He was recently featured in Mediacorp’s ‘Little Achievers’ on Channel 8, advising viewers on the importance of ergonomics and core training in children.

 

He has a robust manual therapy background including Certifications in the Mulligan Method, Gripit Kinesiology Taping Practitioner, Yoga Therapy Essentials, and Scar Tissue Release and Integration Technique (STRAIT MethodTM). Bernard has a deep appreciation of physical alignment and movement quality, and believes in a holistic treatment approach to deliver lasting results.

 

In his free time, Bernard enjoys a good cup of coffee any time of the day, running, weight-training, practising yoga and meditation to stay grounded.

 

Other Achievements:

Golden Key International Honour Society, University of South Australia Chapter

MOHH Physiotherapy Scholar, Singapore