British School of Osteopathy (2009)
With an early career based in dancing that included West End musical performances such as “The King and I” and “The Lion King” in London, Benjamin’s interest in osteopathy was ignited when he sustained a serious back injury during a performance.
Having sought osteopathic treatment and experiencing effective healing to his back, he realised the impact of osteopathy on people’s lives and wellbeing – leading him to undertake his qualifications from the British School of Osteopathy in London in 2009.
He has been a practicing Osteopath for 10 years, and recently founded Hands On Osteopathy and Physiotherapy to help bring his vision of compassion and the nurturing touch to his patients.
Diploma in Physiotherapy, Auckland Institute of Technology AHPC Registered / Certified Physiotherapist, Singapore.
Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand Registered Physiotherapist / MSc Health Care Management, University of Swansea
Regina graduated from the Auckland Institute of Technology with a Diploma in Physiotherapy in 1992, under the Public Service Commission scholarship grant.
She has worked in 2 restructured hospitals; gaining experience in areas such as cardiopulmonary, neurosurgery, geriatrics, orthopaedics, rheumatology, hydrotherapy, rehabilitation and musculoskeletal outpatient conditions.
Regina chose to further her interest in musculoskeletal conditions and is experienced in spine / peripheral, rheumatology disorders as well as orthopaedic post-op physiotherapy. She has attended numerous post-grad courses on rheumatology, spinal pain management / rehab, manual techniques, taping, exercise prescription and hydrotherapy. She is also trained in Clinical Pilates.
Aside from clinical work, she was involved in new physiotherapy services, patient support programmes, teaching and supervision of students and junior staff.
Her other areas of interest include physiotherapy and exercises for older ASD children / youths to optimize their function and quality of life.
Regina is conversant in English, Mandarin, Hokkien, Teochew and Malay
Since her graduation from Trinity College Dublin with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) degree, Shamerra has been working in both public hospitals and private practices, gaining a plethora of experience in treating both neurological and musculoskeletal conditions.
Her interest lies in treating and preventing pain, neurological conditions and sports injuries.
As a physiotherapist, Shamerra hopes to promote her clients’ quality of life by actively involving them in the rehabilitation process via education and setting realistic goals with them. She combines manual therapy and therapeutic exercises to improve their mobility and function.