About Us

Lau Ai Ni

Lau Ai Ni

Founder and Lead Principal Physiotherapist
AHPC Reg. No. A1300099Z
Master of Physiotherapy (Australia)
Postgrad Diploma in Biomechanics (UK)
Diploma in Physiotherapy (Singapore)

Ai Ni is the Lead Principal Physiotherapist and Director of United Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Centre. She has 25 years of working experience in physiotherapy and rehabilitation.

Ai Ni is a registered Physiotherapist (Full Registration) under the Allied Health Professions Council, governed by the Allied Health Professions (AHP) Act 2011.

Ai Ni was a senior physiotherapist in various restructured, community-based and private hospitals, namely, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Changi Sports Medicine Centre as well as Gleneagles Hospital. She has also worked in private clinics, served a teaching stint in Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) and given house calls to treat and rehabilitate patients from injuries or illnesses.

She has also participated in research and was principal investigator in several research projects which she presented in scientific meetings both in Singapore as well as abroad. She also organized many public forums and workshops for organizations and companies.

After graduating with a Diploma in Physiotherapy from Nanyang Polytechnic in 1995, Ai Ni continued to earn her Postgraduate Diploma in Biomechanics (UK) in 2000 and a Master Degree in Sports Physiotherapy (Australia) in 2001. She was also a certified Exercise Specialist from the America College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). In 2003 Spring Singapore and NHG awarded her with gold and service champion awards for being an excellent healthcare service provider.

In the recent years, Ai Ni dedicated her work to home physiotherapy, and her patients are primarily with neurological and orthopaedic conditions.

Ai Ni is passionate about improving people's lives by empowering them to take control of good health as well as using technology to improve medical conditions. Her enthusiasm in clinical care and outcome is what she takes great pride in, and it is with such passion that she founded the United Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Centre.

Vineet Bansal

Vineet Bansal

Principal Physiotherapist
AHPC Reg. No. A1301708F
Master of Science (Sports and Exercise Medicine) (UK)
Bachelor of Science (Honours) Physical Therapy (India)

Vineet is a Principal Physiotherapist at United Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy Centre. He brought along a wealth of experience after working as a physiotherapist for 17 years.

Vineet is a registered Physiotherapist (Full Registration) under the Allied Health Professions Council, governed by the Allied Health Professions (AHP) Act 2011.

Prior to joining us, Vineet had built a robust knowledge & clinical base through his time in Singapore hospitals such as Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Alexandra Hospital and Mount Elizabeth Hospital, where he worked as a Senior Physiotherapist at musculoskeletal outpatient and sports clinics.

Vineet led a team of medical personnel to SEA games in 2013, during his 3 years with Sports Singapore as a Senior Sports Physiotherapist covering basketball, soccer, athletics and cricket. Currently, he serves actively at Singapore rugby and cricket team, providing pitch side medical support.

Vineet is focused on evidence-based therapy and using the latest research to get the best outcomes. He is dedicated to whole body to provide holistic treatment. He uses a variety of treatment techniques such as manual therapy (joint mobilization and manipulation), trigger point release, focused stretching and strengthening.

Ruth Chia

Ruth Chia


Beatrice Teo

Beatrice Teo

Senior Speech Therapist
AHPC Reg. No. A1301433H
Bachelor in Speech Pathology (Australia)

Beatrice graduated with a bachelor in Speech Pathology from La Trobe University, Melbourne and she has many years of experience working in National University Hospital (NUH) and Gleneagles Hospital with both adult and paediatric patients.

Beatrice is a dedicated Speech Therapist who is passionate about helping her patients improve and recover. Driven by determination to help her patients improve, Beatrice combines traditional therapy techniques with new evidence-based approaches to tailor the best treatment plan for her patients. She treats all her patients genuinely and provides them with the best care.

Beatrice provides regular nursing training to ensure nurses are equipped to manage patients with speech and swallowing difficulties. She is accreditated/certified in Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES), Videofluroscopy (VFS), Vitalstim Therapy, Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) and Estill Voice Training.

Emily Goddard

Emily Goddard

Rehabilitation Manager

Emily graduated with a Doctor of Physiotherapy from Bond University in 2012. She has a Diploma in Community Dementia Care University of Hobart and she is registered with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.

Since her graduation she has gained experience working in a variety of rehabilitation services in Australia, United Kingdom, South Africa and Malawi. Emily was working as a senior therapist and has experience acting as a clinical supervisor for Physiotherapy students in Australia.

Emily has completed her Master's in Public Health and is now in the process of completing her PhD in Global and Public Health Care. She is currently completing her research in Telehealth and how it can be used to improve rehabilitation outcomes.

Emily is passionate about community rehabilitation working with geriatric and neurological populations to help them maximize and maintain their independence.

Lilian Wong

Lilian Wong

Assistant Rehabilitation Manager

Lilian graduated from Asia Metropolitan University Malaysia in 2016 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Prior to joining United Rehab, Lilian worked in a clinic where she assisted in the rehabilitative exercise program for the conditions of sport injuries, general spine or peripheral joint problems as well as post-operative cases.

Lilian has also participated in Health Spine Screening Program at Singapore Sports School. The program created awareness among all the athletes and coaches which she values as the key factor of long term maintenance in most of the spinal and joint injuries.

Note: Physiotherapist Associates assist registered Physiotherapists in delivering physiotherapy services. They are not registered with the Allied Health Professions Council.