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SFC announce partnership with A Plus Physio

Singapore Football Club has announced a new partnership, with leading Singapore physiotherapy clinic, A Plus Physio.

A Plus Physio is a sports physiotherapy clinic, located centrally at Maxwell Road, in Singapore’s CBD. The clinic specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of sports injuries.

Experienced, high-performance physiotherapist Alph Tranne, has assessed and treated over 5,000 clients during his career including:

  • State League Soccer and Amateur Aussie Rules Football teams in South Australia and London

  • Professional MMA fighters, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioners

  • CrossFitters, triathletes, golfers, and a variety of “weekend warriors”

  • High-level gymnasts and dancers

  • British Army soldiers with complex injuries both pre and post-deployment

The partnership between A Plus Physio and Singapore Football Club comes as the club prepares for an eventual return to competitive matches, in the coming months ahead, here in Singapore.

SFC’s Managing Director, Dom Lane, commented “Alph’s whole approach is about making people feel better, move better, perform better and live better. This the perfect partnership for our club and extends across the whole of our 50 player men’s squad, Singapore Women’s Football Club, and also to all our academy members as well. We are thrilled to be partnering with Alph and A Plus Physio. We are looking forward to sharing in each other’s successes, in the years ahead.”

About A Plus Physio: A Plus Physio is one of Singapore’s leading physiotherapists focused on sports injury physiotherapy. The clinic is also able to help with:

  • Musculoskeletal physiotherapy

  • Spinal physiotherapy

  • Corporate health and ergonomics

  • Pilates and core strengthening

  • Pre and post-natal Pilates

  • Post-surgical rehabilitation

  • Running assessment

  • Workplace health and ergonomics

  • Headaches

  • Posture correction

  • Neurological rehabilitation

  • Improving sporting performance

For more information visit: www.aplus.physio