Shaun TOH (Mr.)
Shaun Toh Shao Hong graduated with a Diploma in Physiotherapy from Nanyang Polytechnic in Year 2012.
With more than 10 years of experience in Sports Massage, Shaun first started out by providing sports massages for school athletes and triathletes to hone his hands-on skills during his schooling days. After graduation, he joined National Heart Centre of Singapore as a Physiotherapist specialising in acute care of patients in cardiovascular medicine, cardiothoracic surgery, outpatient cardiac rehabilitation and musculoskeletal injuries.
Shaun further pursued his studies at Trinity College, Dublin and graduated in Year 2014 with a Bachelor (Hons) in Physiotherapy. Whilst in Dublin, Shaun had the opportunity to be trained by their local physiotherapists on various treatment techniques for musculoskeletal, spine and neurological conditions. This exposure broadens his perspective and aided him in his clinical reasoning in the management of his patients upon return to Singapore.
Giving credits to his steadfast reputation as a clinician physiotherapist in his work, Shaun was headhunted by Raffles Hospital in Year 2014. Shortly after joining Raffles Hospital, he was promoted to the Senior Physiotherapist position, being the youngest Senior Physiotherapist at that time. During his stint at Raffles Hospital, Shaun has had the opportunity to work with various high level Athletes from around the world, widening his scope of practice in different types of sports and musculoskeletal injury management and treatment for such clients.
Shaun is frequently invited overseas by various organisations to give courses in the area of Sports Massage, as well as by luxury resorts to be the in-house Physiotherapist for their VIPs. Active in the sports scene, he was previously the Chief trainer for Safra Running Club (TP) and in-house Physiotherapist for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Singapore. Shaun also holds certification in other areas such as Dry Needling and DMA Clinical Pilates.
Shaun is highly sought after for his expertise in Sports Massage and Clinical Massage Therapy. Sharing his love and expertise in the field of massage, Shaun is also the Head Lecturer for Sports Massage and Myofascial Release courses under FHYSIO since 2016.