Joe is a registered physiotherapist who graduated from Teesside University in the UK in 2016. He has worked in various clinics in the UK, within the NHS and private settings, with many elite athletes. Joe moved to Singapore in 2022 and transferred his knowledge and skill base to Singapore Physio.

Joe has been playing semi-professional football in the UK for the last ten years and was previously at professional football academies before focussing on a career in physiotherapy. His high-level sporting background has laid the foundations for helping the management of sports and post-operative orthopaedic injuries and everyday aches and pains. He is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM) and registered with the AHPC in Singapore.

Joe is particularly interested in rehabilitating post-operative orthopaedic surgeries and prides himself on returning clients above and beyond their pre-operative function. Joe is passionate about helping people around the world; having volunteered to teach English and physical education studies in an orphanage in Kenya, he has developed his teamwork, communication and empathic skills. Joe has also completed his Duke of Edinburgh award in the UK and has a firm belief in motivation, hard work and desire to achieve the best results for himself and anyone who falls under his care.

Using the Elite Therapy Clinic’s technology, training and performance analysis machines, Joe will work with you to help you reach your rehabilitation goals and get you back on track.

Get to know Joe:

Qualified From:
Teesside University, UK.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Past employment:
NHS – Basildon and Thurrock University Hospital
Provide CIC – MSK Physiotherapist

What do you think are the best skills that you bring to your job?
Having played a high level of sport since a young age and having several injuries which needed rehabilitation, I have seen both sides of the physiotherapy journey – from client to practitioner. This enables me to use my communication, teamwork and empathy skills to understand, diagnose and treat effectively to help my clients get the best outcomes. Having worked in both the acute and outpatient settings in London, UK, I have been exposed to various injuries. Having a passion for sport, physiotherapy and working collaboratively to help people achieve their goals and change their lives, I love challenges of all kinds.

Favourite Conditions to Treat
Knees and shoulders. I have attended courses and given talks on these joints, and I love surgical and non-surgical ACL rehabilitation and rotator cuff-related pathology.

What are you happiest doing when you’re not working?
Playing football, learning new sports, cooking, hosting family and friends, watching films, partying and travelling.

What would be your personal motto?
Fail to prepare, prepare to fail.

Who is someone you admire and why?
Rafael Nadal – To me, he epitomises sporting greatness. He is humble, has overcome injuries and challenges in his career and is highly driven. He has little rituals when he performs that are unique, which I like, and I admire his relentless win-at-all-costs mentality.

Your most-outstanding achievement:
Upping sticks and moving from the UK to Singapore.