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Ms Ng Lih Yen is a Principal Physiotherapist who specialises in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. She has a keen interest in chronic pain, whiplash and osteoarthritis. Her current research aims to determine if pain, strength and function will be improved with rehabilitation of osteoarthritis of the knee with and without valgus bracing.
Ms Jane Sim is a Principal Occupational Therapist who specialises in hand therapy. She is currently the Principal Investigator of the FOOTMINDER HQIF project to devise a partial weight bearing device. This is a follow through to her first research on a non-weight bearing device. She also has a keen interest in inpatient acquired disability and is looking at further research in that area.
Ms Chan Kar Lock is a Senior Occupational Therapist who has a keen interest in improving one's psychosocial health and functional ability. She had previously published a paper on Death Preparation for the healthy older adult in 2009 and will be looking more into functional loss in diabetic amputees. She is also the Co-investigator to the FOOTMINDER HQIF project.