Ready to Embrace Physiotherapy ??

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Yes well we certainly are! As Gaya and I are both Mums it has taken us a while to address some of our lady issues, and with EMBRACE Physiotherapy opening up right next door to us last year we have not only gained a super cool neighbour chic but a highly intelligent one that can help us with some pre-existing issues as well as post natal. 

So this Thursday 16th January at 10:30am we will be hosting Preet in our store to have a lil' chat with us about those "below the belt" issues.

This will be the first of an ongoing series the WYLD shop has, as we will be engaging with professionals from an array of different industries to share their knowledge with the hope that you will gain valuable insight that will enrich and empower you so that you can live your best life.

Ever wondered about certain things going on "down there", inside there, up there" that have been giving you grief, discomfort or pain? Have you had children either recently or not and are feeling some level of discomfort and thinking it's just normal to feel like this? Or you just have some general curiosity about why sex hurts or why your periods are sooooo heavy and would like to have some burning questions answered by a professional??

So we welcome you to join us at 412 Joo Chiat Road for our first #WYLDchat.

Feel free to fill out our survey below or submit any questions you may have. 

https://tinyurl.com/awyldchat1

Light refreshments will be served.
Pls advise if Vegan or Vegetarian.

Hope to see you there
Kb  xx

PREET SINGH Embrace Physiotherapy

Photo Credit: Palita Photographer 

SOME EXTRA DEETS ON PREET ♥

Preet is the Director and Principal of Embrace Physiotherapy. An experienced physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Sydney in 2007. Since then she has been on a path of professional discovery, developing a diverse skill set having worked in major hospitals, aged care and private practice both in Australia and Singapore.

After almost giving up on Physiotherapy in 2011, she found her calling…During her 5 year long maternity leave, raising her 3 young children, she developed a keen interest in women’s health and as such embarked on post-graduate Women’s Health Physiotherapy training. Preet has completed courses through the Women’s Health Training Associates (WHTA) and is currently completing her Graduate Certificate in Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence and Women's Health).

Preet is a AHPC Singapore & AHPRA Australia registered Physiotherapist. She is also a member of the SPA

 

 

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