Physiowerkz Team – PHYSIOWERKZ


Jasmine Loke – Founder
BScHSc (Physic) – U of Sydney   |   Cert Orth Manual Therapy – U of Curtin    
Certified Schroth Practitioner – USA | Certified Mulligan Concept
Practitioner – Aus
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Practitioner = GEMT Aus  | Certified Basic Pilates – Texas Electrotherapy Training – Shinsu Uni – Japan |  Fascia Taping – FFT, Aus
Mgment Cervicogenic Dynsfuntion – U of Queensland 
Kinetic Control & Movement Dysfunction – Keele Uni UK  
​Lymphedema Management – Klose Training Centre USA
Developmental Kinesiology – Charles Uni , Prague
Spinal Injury – Rancho Los Amigo National Rehab Centre , USA 

Armed with physiotherapy qualifications and extensive clinical experiences from Singapore, Australia, UK & US, Jasmine returned to serve the Malaysian community in the early 2000s, working with a few medical centres in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya. However, with her very different and advanced approaches to rehabilitation, Jasmine found there is a need for a professional rehabilitation centre with high clinical standards. In 2005, she formed Physiowerkz to realise her dream of giving the very best professional rehabilitation service that is patient-centered.

Her vision is to create a professional, yet fun and creative environment for :
1. Patients and athletes to maximise their recovery and enhance their sports performances and functions
2. A team of therapists to practice as “first-contact practitioner”  in order to provide the best possible care to our community.

Her mission since is working on a strong mentoring system to enhance the therapists’ analytical skills, clinical skills and to promote life-long learning culture. She has used her experience and creativity to design new treatment techniques and approaches, putting her ahead of the game. 

With over 20 years’ worth of experience treating many injuries and conditions holistically, focussing on the root cause of their conditions and resolving them, she designed her own system of diagnosis, analysis and treatment. She has created the Physiowerkz’s Movement Analysis & Treatment (PMAT) system that has been proven to be an effective solution for pain and mobility issues in many people and which is getting attention internationally.

Her diagnostic and treatment approaches to the human body is much more advanced compared to the conventional ones in the market. The strong clinical reasoning behind the PMAT system allows her to identify the root cause(s) of a condition, focusing producing the best short- and long-term results rather than aiming for only short-term, temporary symptomatic relief. The diagnostic results also helped to prevent future injuries and  enhance one’s daily/sports performance. 

Since then, the Physiowerkz team has grown from strength to strength, further developing practical, comprehensive and  specialised programs by fusing other disciplines effectively to return the patient to his/her original state of well-being form, and even making it better.

Check out our different specialty programs page where each one is unique and one of its kind in this country!


PictureA life well-lived is one that is in service of others

Sarah Gan (Physiotherapist)
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy (Hons) – INTI

Sarah graduated from INTI International University with a passion to help people from all walks
of life. She believes that everyone is inclined to do good and be of great service to others.

“The elderly community has a special place in my heart,” she says. Thus it is of no surprise that she chose physiotherapy as her career.  “I reckon that a life lived well is one that serves others well.”

Her friends describes her as caring, witty and easy to befriend. She is an animal lover and enjoys playing piano and the ukulele. She also plays badminton and ultimate frisbee during her spare time.


Lau Jing Hui (Physiotherapist)
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy (Hons) – INTI
Jing Hui is passionate in helping her clients to achieve their maximum movement potential.
“ I believe patient education is an invaluable and essential tool in empowering and inspiring people to take on an active role themselves to return to their optimal physical function”. 

During her free time, she enjoys playing piano, skateboarding as well as experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen. 

PictureCombination of manual handling & functional movement is the key in rehabilitation process

Maple Lim (Physiotherapist)
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) – MAHSA University
A qualified physiotherapist and health enthusiast, Maple has constantly seeking for a solution to do rehabilitation effectively, as well as to treat her chronic shoulder pain.
She realised that pure manual handling is not sufficient to recover an injury holistically. Yet, with the combination of functional movement has impacted her thinking process to plan & treat during her recovery journey.
Maple believes with the combination of manual handling & functional movement approach is the key in rehabilitation process. This has also propelled her to become a professional physiotherapy to aid those are injured.
She loves to bake & jungle trekking during her leisure time. The scent from the kitchen and earth are homey and pleasant.

PictureListen to your body and take charge of it!

Ng Kylie (Physiotherapist)
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) – UTAR
Kylie is passionate to be a physiotherapist who will always empower and bring out the best of everybody’s potential as well as assist them on their journey to reach their optimal health. Her interest in being a physiotherapist developed over the years during her study, clinical placement and small achievements from helping her family and friends to relieve their pain and aches.
‘Seeing patient recovering and improving their bodily functions and performance is satisfying and motivates me to become better so that I will always be able to contribute even more to those in need’ she said. She was also inspired by lecturers and physiotherapists whom she has met before and hopes to be a role model like them one day.

Apart from clinical, she is just an ordinary person who enjoys watching movies and cooking   anything from sweet to savory. Listening to songs and music especially in the morning is another interest that she likes as it brightens her day.


Sung (Movement Specialist)
Bachelor of Sport Science (Exercise Science) – University Malaya

Movement is undeniably the simplest and cheapest tool to sustain any injury recovery path. It is one of the ultimate keys to longevity.
I was once a “victim” of physical injuries from my physical activities back then, and I wished to know what has gone wrong from my physiotherapist(s). I was then realized that physiotherapy is actually a process that provides a correct rehabilitation and recovery direction for me to head, while the chances of success are highly determined by the effort I put in.   

I firmly believe that creating awareness of this community and correct perception towards physiotherapy is more important than one ‘quick-fix’ solution provided within a treatment session.  
Therefore, I chose to be in this therapeutical field for 2 reasons. 
1) First, for people who need help (in terms of musculoskeletal injuries, physical health changes, etc.).  
2) Second, learn the knowledge for my fitness journey to be as injury-free as possible. 


Coco Yap (Physiotherapist)
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy (Hons) – INTI

Coco finds human anatomy and biology is so fascinating since young and grow passionate in helping people maximise their quality of life. 

“Episkey! Is a healing spell from Harry Potter. There is something magical about being a physiotherapist. We not only creating change in a person’s physical but also emotional and mental states,” she says. She strongly believes other than manual therapy and exercises, together with education and awareness brings more positive result as patient gain more understanding about their own body. 

During her leisure time, Coco enjoys quality time with friends and family, café hopping, watching drama and some simple workout to keep healthy.


Stephanie Song (Clinical Massage Therapist)
Diploma in Health Science (Clinical Massage) – NZCM
Diploma in Health Science (Therapeutic Massage) – NZCM
Steph’s interest in health, fitness and the human body led her to pursue an education in massage therapy.  
She advocates the holistic benefits of massage therapy to help you get out of pain, move better, and prevent injuries; –  be it to support your training/sporting goals or to continue to do the things you love in life!
“Everyday I feel grateful to be able to do work that I love. Nothing feels more rewarding than helping others achieve their full potential, and making a positive impact on one’s physical and mental wellbeing.”
Steph enjoys keeping an active lifestyle. She gets her daily movement doing crossfit and is a keen runner. In her free time, she enjoys travel, hiking, swimming and being outdoors.

Nur Yusra (Clinical Massage Therapist)

Being a therapist is something I’m really passionate about. The ability to help someone who has a problem with their body is very special to me. It took a lot of effort and courage to be really good with this skill. And I also believe that this skill is a gift from God for me to cherish, practice, and perform to help those who need it. Knowing that my patients live a better life after they recover makes me happy, and it makes me want to learn more and do better in the future so that I can help more people out there.

Apart from clinical work, I really enjoy listening to music and binge-watching kdramas to fill up my free time. On my off days, I always look forward to going cafe hunting because a nice café atmosphere allows me to romanticise my life and helps me believe that life is definitely worth living for. 

“Highly effective, the therapists are trained and provide clear explanations of your issues, and the sessions consist of both massage and exercises to help you regain strength and mobility.  Highly recommend a visit if you are suffering from any movement issues..”