“Alexis graduated from Sheffield Hallam University UK with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Physiotherapy. She then pursued a Master of Science in Specialist Physiotherapy due to her immense interest in treating musculoskeletal conditions.
Throughout her whole physiotherapy journey, she started her physiotherapy career working in Northern General Hospital UK where she was part of the cardiology team who helps and rehabilitates patients with cardiac conditions such as myocardial infarction, atrial fibrillation and coronary artery bypass grafting etc. She later joined a community stroke team in Sheffield and collaborated with a multidisciplinary team to provide holistic home care services to stroke patients suffering from mobility and functional issues.
Prior to joining Rapid Physiocare team, she has experience working in a private clinic in Malaysia where she sees different categories of conditions across all age groups, including acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions, sportsman injuries, pediatrics and geriatrics cases etc. She also had the opportunity to attend a golf technique assessment course and worked with professional golfers to help them with common golf injuries.
Alexis then gained her interest in treating pediatrics cases as she always has a soft spot in kids. She treated kids with different conditions such as delayed developmental milestones, intoeing gait, torticollis, as well as scoliosis etc. She is familiar with using the dynamic neuromuscular stabilization approach and play therapy to help with children’s functional movement patterns.
She is a strong believer that early intervention in the children with such conditions can help them achieve maximal daily living activity independence and quality of life. Parents will find Alexis professional, patient and trustable, as she knows her way around kids and is a good communicator especially when it comes to difficult children that showcase her great interactive skills.
“Learning is a lifelong process,” she said. Incorporating evidence-based practice in her clinical decision making is a key to providing the most effective and efficient care service.
Apart from work, she loves circuit and HITT training, outdoor activities such as cycling and hiking to maintain a healthy lifestyle.”