Weiling Koh

Principal Physiotherapist

Clinical Passions & Interests

  • Spine, Shoulder, Foot & Ankle
  • Orthopedics & Post-op
  • Dance and aerial physiotherapy
  • Home physiotherapy
  • Certified in dry needling, Mulligan Concepts, and sports taping

Weiling has been working as a physiotherapist since 2018 after graduating from the University of Sydney. She has years of experience in treating a variety of conditions in diverse settings including a community rehab hospital, public hospital wards and outpatient clinics, and the intensive care unit (ICU).

Currently, she specializes in sports and musculoskeletal conditions, and is particularly passionate in helping her patients overcome their challenges to return to activities they love.

She is also certified in dry needling, Mulligan Concepts, and sports taping.

Beneath her clinical role, Weiling is a dancer at heart.

She has been exposed to dance since her primary school years, and is an active pole dancer/instructor who has performed and competed at multiple events.

She is obsessed with the combination of performing arts and athletism, which has also led her to pick up aerial hammock and silks. In her spare time, she dabbles in calisthenics.

Currently, she is excited to bring both her passions together through developing her expertise in dance and aerial/circus arts physiotherapy, and hopes to advocate for better health services for this wonderful community.

Extended Bio

Being a physiotherapist has been an incredibly rewarding journey. In 2014, I was fortunate to be awarded a MOHH Scholarship to spend four years in Sydney studying for my Bachelors. Those were one of my most memorable years spent discovering myself and forming lifelong bonds.

Armed with a Groupon voucher, I ventured into a small pole studio in Sydney and that was where my obsession began. When I first started my studies, I viewed physiotherapy from a clinician’s perspective and never considered myself a fit or sporty individual (those NAPFA 2.4km runs were my enemy).

However, my foray into pole dancing ignited my interest in developing my own physical potential and I gradually picked up other forms of aerial arts (hammocks, silks, hoop), yoga, weightlifting, and calisthenics.

Aside from being forms of play which helps me stay connected to myself, putting myself in these physically and mentally challenging situations also allows me to stay full empathetic with my patients’ state of mind.

Over the years of witnessing first-hand the people around me getting injured, or the patients whom I have treated, I believe that collaboration is a key factor in a healthy rehab journey.

The indescribable joy of helping a patient achieve their goals in a sustainable way drives me to continue honing my skills and take courses to improve myself professionally.

While I am extremely passionate in aerial arts, I also thoroughly enjoy working with post-op and elderly patients whom I feel have so much potential for regaining good function and retaining life-long dignity.

Those who know me would say I have no life outside of work or dance. While I would like to beg to differ, I must confess that I am a proudly obsessed physio/dancer.

I love exploring vegan food places and trying artsy things with my friends and family. Singing poorly at karaoke is also one of my hobbies.

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