About Saldo Rehab
Our team of experienced Allied Health Therapists help clients to regain their independence and self esteem. We use evidence-based practices to help you achieve a fulfilling life.
Physiotherapy is for better movement, walking, strength and speed
Occupational Therapy is for clients' participation in their daily lives i.e dressing, showering, buying food in the community, commuting or driving
Speech Therapy is for clients' with swallowing difficulty and communication issues
With a closely-knitted multidisciplinary approach, we are here to provide holistic care for our clients with neurological conditions.
See Ke Yun
Ke Yun was awarded Singapore General Hospital sponsorship to pursue Bachelor in Physiotherapy at Curtin University, Australia. She has over 10 years of experience in treating neurological patients with Stroke, Parkinson's Disease, Spinal cord, and Traumatic Brain Injury patients. She has worked in neurosurgical ICU, neuromedical and neurosurgical wards, step-down care, day rehabilitation centers, nursing home, home therapy, and also assisted neurological clients to return to work and reintegrate into the community. She is also trained in vestibular rehabilitation for dizzy patients.
She was invited by SPA Neuro Special interest group to do a webinar on "Motor control for functional recovery & Bobath Concept" for physiotherapists in Aug 2020.
She firmly believes that neuroplasiticty, also known as recovery, is not limited to the time frame as commonly known to be 6 months. Given time and adequate stimulation and variation in treatment, it is possible to push for recovery beyond 2 years.
She is an avid learner who believes learning never stops. She attends conferences annually such as "Understanding atypical Parkinson's" in Seoul in 2018, Neurodevelopmental Bobath training in Poland in 2019. She has also attended "Advance Vestibular Rehabilitation training by Tan Tock Seng Hospital in 2018.
Chan Jing Cheng
Jing Cheng is an experienced Senior Physiotherapist practicing at Royal Square Novena Medical Centre. He has more than 10 years of experience in treating Chronic pain, Orthopaedic and Geriatric conditions.
He had worked at various Private Hospitals, Singapore General Hospital, NTUC Health Elder Care and is currently a visiting Physiotherapist at Lions Home for the Elders.
He is passionate about solving complex musculoskeletal disorders and helping clients relief pain from trauma and illness. He has a special interest in the Shoulder, Spine, Hip and Knee joint conditions.
He has helped thousands of clients go through rehabilitation smoothly and achieved higher satisfaction after total knee/hip replacement surgery.
Certifications and Accreditations:
-Bachelor in Physiotherapy, SIT-TCD
-Diploma in Physiotherapy, NYP
-Fully Registered Physiotherapist, AHPC
-Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Elderly
-Shoulder Disorders in the Older Individual
-Traditional Chinese Massage, “GE’s Chinese Orthopaedic Massotherapy (葛氏捏筋拍打疗法)”, Beijing
Evelyn is a dedicated speech and language therapist with vast clinical experience across settings such as acute hospital, community facilities, and home-based care. She is a passionate advocate for persons with aphasia and the founder of Aphasia SG, the first non-profit organisation supporting persons with aphasia and their caregivers in Singapore through community engagement activities and educational outreach programmes.
Evelyn specialises in the neuro rehab caseload; focusing on treatment of acquired communication disorders and swallowing impairment for adult clients who have suffered cerebrovascular accidents or traumatic brain injury. Equipped with advanced dysphagia management skills (VFSS) and a certified trainer of the Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (SCA) Approach, Evelyn believes that quality of life is an essential consideration in any speech therapy intervention plan and strives to optimise clients’ function through participation and activity.
Evelyn hopes to make Singapore a better place for all persons with communication and swallowing difficulties through her professional and volunteer work. In her free time, she enjoys being a word nerd and indulges in online Scrabble marathons.
Lindy graduated from La Trobe University, Australia in 2005 with Bachelors in Occupational Therapy. She has more than 15 years of experience in providing occupational
therapy across various disciplines, namely neurology, geriatrics and orthopedics. She has worked in various settings such as acute hospitals, community hospitals and nursing homes.
Lindy is constantly pushing the frontiers of occupational therapy to improve the lives of the patients under her care. She pioneered the 'ONE program' in Ren Ci Nursing Home to provide meaningful activities for nursing home patients through a collaborative approach involving a multi-disciplinary team. She was also the occupational therapy representative in the multi-disciplinary quality improvement
project titled “To reduce length of stay for rehabilitation patients in SGH by preventing/reducing the change in discharge plans.” She wrote the article “Helping stroke patients cope” published in Singapore Health Nov/Dec 2011 issue
On an individual level, Lindy strives to provide the best care for her clients and finds great satisfaction in providing client-oriented care to help them to regain functional capabilities. Commited to continual professional development and skills upgrading, she is trained in Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) & Neuro-developmental Treatment (NDT).
Besides clinical work, she plays an important role in mentoring junior occupational therapists, guiding aspiring occupational therapists to deepen their clinical reasoning and skills.