Dr. Belinda Ting
Clinical Director & Principal Physiotherapist Performance Sports & Rehab Specialists

Belinda graduated from Columbia University's (New York) College of Physicians & Surgeons and earn a Masters and Doctorate in Physical Therapy specializing in Orthopaedics and Pediatrics in 2003.

In her 9 years working in the USA, she worked alongside renowned Sports and Orthopaedic Surgeons in Stanford and at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation to help local high school, collegiate and professional athletes reach their goals. As an Orthopedic Certified Specialist since 2006, she became a clinical instructor to USC, Northwestern University, University of Miami and SUNY Buffalo physical therapy students. In 2008, she became a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy.

Belina is trained in Classical Pilates and teaches Pilates to patients with low back, neck pain, athletes, cancer patients and post op patients.

Dr. Ivy Lim
Sports Physician, Changi Sports Medicine Centre Sports Physician, Singapore Sports Medicine Centre

Dr Ivy Lim received her basic medical degree from NUS, and did further training in Family medicine and Sports medicine. She practices at the Singapore Sports Medicine Centre at Novena and the Changi Sports Medicine Centre in CGH. Her clinical interests include sports injuries, pre-participation screening, sports safety, exercise in women and the role of physical activity in chronic disease management. 

Dr Lim has provided medical coverage for several sports events, including the Asian Fencing Championships 2015 where she was medical delegate, and the 8th Asean Para Games 2015 where she was team physician for Singapore. She is also a member of the Fencing Confederation of Asia Medical Commission.

Dr Lim is the Research Director for Exercise is Medicine SIngapore (EIMS), and has presented her work at local and international conferences. She is regularly featured in the media and healthcare forums, and is co-editor of the book "Exercise is the Medicine, Singapore I Exercise Prescription Guide", and co-author of a chapter in the book "Boys to Men: a complete guide for National Servicemen".

She is currently President of the Sports Medicine Association of Singapore, and is part of the National Sports Safety Committee. She is also a tutor for the Graduate Diploma in Family Medicine (GDFM) programme, a physician faculty member for the Singhealth Family Medicine Residency Programme, and part of the clinical faculty for Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.


Dr. Jay-Lee Longbottom
Psychologist, PhD Sport & Exercise Psychology Singapore Sports Medicine Centre

Dr Jay-Lee is a former USA NCAA Div-I, collegiate golf player with Academic All-American honors. She completed her Masters of Psychology from California State University, Fullerton and PhD in Sport and Exercise Psychology from the University of Western Australia, and is a registered Psychologist with the Psychologists Board of Australia. Dr Jay-Lee is currently based in Singapore as a sport and performance psychologist to young athletes as well as adults looking to raise their standard of performance and thrive under pressure with less stress and anxiety.

Dr Jay-Lee holds an assistant professorship at the National University of Singapore and has published multiple research papers, including the invitation to write a co-authored book chapter in Routledge's new International Handbook of Golf Science. Dr Jay-Lee's co-authored publication on the choking phenomenon in golf in the journal of Sports and Exercise Psychology, was rated most viewed publication on the journal's website in 2010.

Dr Jay-Lee consults with players on the Asian Tour and Professional Golf Tour of India as well as developing athletes in a range of sports. Dr Jay-Lee served as the primary sport psychologist on the 2016 Rio Olympic campaign for the Women's 49erFX Singapore Sailing Team.

Dr. Malia Ho
Clinical Director & Principal Podiatrist, Performance Sports & Rehab Specialists

Malia was awarded the prestigious Overseas Specialist Award from the Ministry of Health and graduated with an honours degree from the University of Salford (UK) in 1998. She went on to obtain her Master's degree from thee National University of Singapore with her research work focused on footwear for diabetic patients. She then obtained her Doctoral degree in Sports Science in Nanyang Technological University focusing on Foot structure, foot stability and running in 2016.

Malia is the Principal Podiatrist of Performance Sports and Rehab Specialists and Singapore Sports Medicine Centre where she manages mainly high performance athletes. She is also co-author of 'Run for your Life!', the 'bible' for avid runners. 

She is passionate about translating her knowledge to the younger generation and lectures at Nanyang Polytechnic and HMI International regularly. She is also a mentor for younger Podiatrists at National Healthcare Group Polyclinics. She also speaks at various sports and podiatry conferences locally and abroad.

Tye Lee Tze

Recognised as the first Podiatrist in Singapore in 1993 who is now in private practice, Tye Lee Tze pioneered and headed the Podiatry service in Tan Tock Seng Hospital until 1998 when he left to set up private practice at The Podiatry Centre. Prior to 1993 he worked in New South Wales (Australia) after graduating from the Queensland University of Technology (Australia) in 1990. 

He is currently the Podiatrist for the Singapore Sports Institute (Singapore Sports Council), The Singapore Sports School and The School of The Arts (Ballet faculty). He has also been the Podiatrist to Mt Elizabeth, Gleneagles and Raffles Hospitals. He was the First President of the Podiatry Association (Singapore) and is currently serving on the Executive Committee of the Sports Medicine Association Singapore.

Lee Tze has been a Podiatrist for the Singapore Marathon, the JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge, Runners Day, The Real Run, & Sundown Marathon. Lee Tze has been featured in various media including the Straits Times, Business Times, Channel News Asia – Prime Time Morning, Radio 93.8, and various magazines including Run magazine, Shape magazine, Harpers Bazaar, and Reader’s Digest. Lee Tze was a co-founder of “On-Track Shoe Reviews” - a Singapore Sports Council initiative for reviewing shoes in 2008. He has given numerous talks on Podiatry, Shoe Technologies, & Prescription Orthotics locally
and regionally.

Lee Tze was a secondary school sprinter, a single handicap golfer and played a variety of sports including cricket, table tennis & touch rugby and now enjoys any kind of sports in an attempt to keep fit.