This position requires the use of anatomy and physiology knowledge and skills to treat sporting injuries, advise on injury prevention and support rehabilitation, using a range of physical techniques and therapies. The therapist is responsible for
1. Advising client about stretching and warming up exercises.
2. Delivering curative massages and applying therapy techniques to improve client’s condition.
3. Providing examining, assessing injuries and discussing treatment plans with the client.
4. Administering treatment for minor injuries such as muscular strains and joints sprains.
5. Advising on appropriate medical practitioners for further treatment if required.
6. Providing inputs for rehabilitation, nutrition, diet and lifestyle issues.
1. WSQ in Spa Services or Diploma in holistic massage.
2. Some knowledge of anatomy and physiology.
3. Proficient with common office applications.
4. Some exposure to sports therapy.
1. Good interpersonal skills.
2. Physically fit / Strong.
3. Conscientious and diligent to learn.
4. Able to build good client relationships of diverse backgrounds.
5. Able to deal sensitively and identify with injured clients.
6. Encouraging, caring and motivating.
7. Bilingual with English and Mandarin.
On-the-job training will be provided.
Therapy commission of $1,500 to $3,500 achievable.
Short work hours based on appointments.