Director, Principal Osteopath

Nina has a Bachelor of Musculoskeletal Health and a Postgraduate Diploma in Osteopathy. She has also completed training in Postgraduate Certificate in Health Science (Acupuncture). By combining her expertise in Acupuncture with the foundation in Osteopathy, she has developed a reputation for successful treatment outcomes in clinic.

During Nina’s childhood, she experienced delayed speech development, a challenge that persists today, occasionally affecting her vocal pronunciation. Her grandparents, locally well-known Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Practitioner, introduced her to a range of therapies including energy healing, Naturopathy, and Acupuncture to address this issue. Despite not being excel in verbal expression, Nina possesses a gifted talent for intuitive feeling and palpation.

When Nina feels stressed or low energy levels, she does Meditation and Qigong to restore her energy and calm her central nervous system. She gladly shares her stress management experiences with her clients.

Nina loves sports and often be found engaging in activities such Badminton, Skiing in the mountains, and Kayaking in the Bay. With her first-hand experience of sports-related injuries, she empathizes with the frustrations they bring and offers customized treatment plans to address them effectively.

Meridian Osteopathy

What Do I do?

I integrate Osteopathy, Western Medical Acupuncture and Sports Rehabilitation into one session, without additional charge.

Typically, the initial consultation involves completing a consent form, taking a case history, undergoing physical examination, and discussing treatment plan, prognosis and further management. If you are satisfied with the proposed treatment plan, Nina proceeds with gentle hands-on treatment, which may include Balanced Ligamentous tension, Joint manipulation, soft tissue techniques, and myofascial unwinding techniques. Occasionally, needling maybe incorporated with the client’s consent. Please allocate 45-60mins for the initial consultation.

The subsequent treatments will be trailered based on client’s response to previous sessions. This may include different osteopathic techniques, various needling techniques (Dry Needling/ Auricular Acupuncture/ Electrical Acupuncture), and cupping.

As your condition improves and your body is ready for Rehabilitation, Nina will offer a personalised rehabilitation program. This program uses the Physitrack app for home exercises, providing clear exercise videos straight to your smartphone or computer. These exercises are designed to prevent future injuries.

Special Interest

Nina has a special interest in Cranial Osteopathy, which is based on the principle that the cranial bones, along with the connective tissues, membranes, and cerebrospinal fluid surrounding the brain and spinal cord, have subtle rhythmic movements. These movements, known as cranial rhythmic impulses, are believed to be vital for maintaining overall health and well-being. It can benefit people from baby to seniors. Cranial Osteopathy commonly used to address a wide range of conditions, including headaches, migraines, TMJ disorders, neck and back pain, postural imbalances, stress-related issues, and various other musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.

In addition, Nina has received training in Paediatric Osteopathy, equipping her for treating infants. She is also dedicated to annual continuing education in the field of Cranial Osteopathy.