Diploma in Physiotherapy
Bachelor in Health Science (Physiotherapy)
(University of Sydney, 1998)
Reg no: A13014721
HP: +65-8181 4505
Shwikar has been working at the Singapore Sports Council (Singapore Sports Institute) as a Manager of the Physiotherapy Department and a Senior Sports Physiotherapist for about 23 years after which she left to pursue freelance work and pursue her interest in Sports Injury Management . The work at the Singapore Sports Institute was to provide physiotherapy treatment for the National athletes (all sports) and also to educate them on injury prevention. She was part of the Medical team during major games such as the 2000 Sydney Olympics, 2004 Athens Paralympics, numerous SEA Games, and Asian Games. She also traveled with different teams for World or Asian Championships such as the Bowling, Fencing, Track & Field and Football.
Shwikar started work with The Physiolink in 2009. She has been helping out at various Physiotherapy clinics like the Singapore Sports School and The Football Association of Singapore. Furthermore, she is also involved in teaching courses such as Sports Trainer and Massage Courses, as well as Sports Injury Prevention and Taping Workshops.
Diploma in Physiotherapy
(Nanyang Polytechnic, 2005)
Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy (Curtin University of Technology, 2013)
(Curtin University of Technology, 2013)
Reg No.: A1301184C
HP: + 65 9183 0730
Sharmala has been working as a physiotherapist for the past 13 years. She has had work experience in community rehabilitation and the Singapore Sports School, before she decided to pursue her interest in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy in the private sector (from 2010). Since pursuing her interests, she has discovered her passion in treating dance-related injuries as well as conducting talks and workshops on sports injury prevention and management, taping and proper office ergonomics.
She has conducted workshops with various organizations like Arts Fission, DNATA and O School and will continue to pursue her dreams of reaching out to the arts community. She was involved in providing on-site physiotherapy for the musical Chicago in 2010 at the Esplanade Theatre.
She works with student dancers from various schools in Singapore, and have a very good working relationship with them as well as their teachers. Her dedication to the dancers above and beyond their injuries is what makes her different.
She currently runs an on-site clinic at one of the dance schools and is looking forwards to expanding this venture.