Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy); Diploma in Physiotherapy (Singapore)
Eunice completed her Diploma in Physiotherapy from Nanyang Polytechnic in 2003, followed by a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) from The University of Sydney in 2004. She is one of the Physiotherapists working on the Asian Professional Golf Association (APGA) tour, covering the professional golf tour in this region. She has travelled extensively throughout the region, covering the Asian Tour since 2007. She also travels around the region covering regional Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) tournaments.
She was also the National Netball Team Physiotherapist for 5 years and travelled with them to the Commonwealth Games and many regional competitions. She has been very active in the Netball scene in Singapore since 2003 and still provides physiotherapy coverage for the National Super League games.
Besides Netball, Eunice was also the team Physiotherapist for the Singapore Cricket Club (SCC) Rugby Team and had been the Physiotherapy In-Charge for the SCC International Rugby 7s from 2005 – 2012. She had been the team Physiotherapist for Raffles Institution Rugby Team and still is the physiotherapist for Ngee Ann Polytechnic in their sporting events participation in the Inter-Varsity Polytechnic (IVP) and Polytechnic-ITE (Pol-ITE) Games.
Her keen interest is in the management and prevention of sports injury through the understanding of the biomechanical requirement of the sport. Eunice had gone to Australia to attend and completed a course in Dry Needling in her drive to help her athletes recover faster and manage their pain better, which has helped a lot of her patients relief a fair amount of their pain.