Preet is an experienced physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Sydney in 2007. Since then she has developed a diverse skill set having worked in major hospitals, retirement homes and private practice both in Australia and Singapore.
Preet has an interest in managing musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. She looks to identify muscle imbalances and correct them. Preet assesses injuries from a holistic point of view to ensure that biological, psychological and social issues are addressed.
During her time working at a restructured hospital in Singapore, she managed the critically ill and patients suffering from chronic lung disease including asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
After spending the last 4 years raising her 3 young kids, she developed a keen interest in women’s health; particularly those issues face by mother’s pre or post natal. Preet has completed post graduate courses through the Women’s Health Training Associates (WHTA).
In her spare time, Preet enjoys Pilates, a good cup of coffee and spending time with her family.
Preet is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, AHPRA & Singapore AHPC registered.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sports Science), University of Sydney (2004)
Master of Physiotherapy, University of Sydney (2007)
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence and Women's Health), Curtin University (on going)
DMA Clinical Pilates Unit A (2017)