Join us when the Singapore clinic or research labs open their doors on September 28th! See how they successfully integrate rehabilitation technology into their everyday clinical work and research. Use the opportunity to learn and network with the local experts!


To be able to participate in any of the clinic or research lab visits you must register to the congress. The visiting registration fee is 35 USD. At the bottom of this page you can check prices for some lab visit combinations.

The number of slots is limited and given away on a first come-first served basis, so please register well in advance.


Jurong Community Hospital

Address:1 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609606


The 400-bed Jurong Community Hospital (JCH) offers post-acute and rehabilitative care. It complements care provided by restructured hospitals such as the adjoining Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, so that patients who no longer require acute care can recuperate in a setting better catered to their needs.

JCH was built together with Ng Teng Fong General Hospital from the ground up as one integrated healthcare hub. The twinned hospitals were designed to deliver seamless patient-centred care, providing the right care at the right place and at the right time. Siting JCH adjacent to NTFGH allows for convenient and safe transfer of patients from acute care to post-acute and continuing care facilities. The co-location of both hospitals allows for better coordinated and integrated care as patients will benefit from the co-management by doctors from NTFGH and JCH.

JCH is also the first community hospital in Singapore to feature a LIFE Hub and Mobility Park for patient education and rehabilitation.

LIFE Hub aims to help seniors remain healthy and independent at home. It features a three-room HDB flat mock-up, which serves to help patients ease back into their home environment under the guidance of our therapists. It will showcase a variety of products and provide practical solutions that patients can use to help them live more safely and independently in the home setting. It will also offer an information hub and educational area for patients and their caregivers.

A first in Singapore, the Mobility Park simulates a public transport setting featuring an actual MRT carriage, bus and taxi, complete with ramps and steps. It provides patients with a safe environment to re-adjust to taking public transport, going out on their own, etc. before they return to their daily lives.

Rehabilitation Research Institute of Singapore (RRIS)
An Asian-Centric Research Institute Focusing On Human Ability, Through Data-Driven Approaches 

Address: 11 Mandalay Road, #14-03 Clinical Sciences Building, Singapore 308232


  • Markerless Motion Capture
  • Early Intervention for Knee Osteoarthritis
  • Mobile Robotic Balance Assistant (MRBA)
  • Mobile Robotic Commute Assistant (MRCA)
  • Lower Limb Exoskeleton 

The Rehabilitation Research Institute of Singapore (RRIS) is committed to research projects designed to provide solutions rooted in robotics, AI and machine learning technologies. This research is supported by a massive database of information across a broad demographic of the Asian population related to movement and ability in healthy individuals and those with degenerative disease. 

Using this information, healthcare providers will be able to predict recovery, plan rehabilitation programmes and provide highly-personalised care with a focus on prevention. 

The work that we do at RRIS revolves around three core pillars: Ability Data, Precision Rehabilitation and Assisted Ability. 

We have the world’s largest Asian-centric database on human physical abilities and use this data and add to it through our research and through collaboration with partners. Our work in data-driven Precision Rehabilitation aims to make early diagnosis and intervention, reduce impairment, improve ability and encourage participation in neurological, musculoskeletal and ageing-related conditions. 

We support these objectives through our work on Assisted Ability, where we develop rehabilitation and assistive robots using assistive technology to support recovery and mobility in the home, in sports and in the workplace.

*Programme is subject to changes 

Visit us at https://www.ntu.edu.sg/rris


Address: Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Annex 2, Level 1, 7 Jalan Tan Tock Seng, Singapore 308440
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Clinic for Advanced Rehabilitation Therapeutics (CART) is a one-stop, outpatient centre that provides comprehensive medical rehabilitation and allied health services. Located within Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) in Singapore, CART offers conventional therapy equipment and state-of-the-art rehabilitative robots to help patients with stroke, brain, and spinal cord injuries in their recovery journey, and ensure the holistic needs of patients are taken care from the acute post-discharge and rehabilitation phase to the chronic phase.  

By using cutting-edge technology and a multidisciplinary team approach, CART aims to reshape rehabilitation healthcare in Singapore by delivering personalised and effective care that meets the diverse and evolving needs of its patients. CART is committed to advancing the science and practice of rehabilitation through research and education, as well as fostering collaboration and partnership with other stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem. 

One unique feature of CART is its interdisciplinary approach to treatment. Its team of therapists includes specialists in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and recreational therapy, allowing patients to receive a comprehensive range of services in one location. This approach ensures that patients receive the best possible care and can achieve optimal outcomes. 

In addition to its clinical services, CART also conducts research in the field of rehabilitation therapy. The clinic collaborates with other healthcare institutions and research organisations to investigate new therapies and techniques that can improve patient outcomes. CART’s interdisciplinary approach, advanced technology and research capabilities make it one of the more advanced facilities in the local field of rehabilitation.


ADDRESS: 170 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319400

MAIN ATTRACTION: Robotic Rehab Technology and Hydrotherapy

Attendees will be divided into 2 groups; 1st group will be at the Rehab for case presentation of Robotic Rehab Technology and 2nd group will be at Rooftop Hydrotherapy. Each group attendees will have a chance to see both.

United Medicare Centre (UMC) is a leading private nursing home providing trusted care and quality life since 2003.

We currently operate three nursing care facilities with total bed counts of 1054. All our facilities are accredited by the Ministry of Health to offer the Portable Subsidy Scheme.

Services offered:

  • Long Term Care
  • Respite Care
  • Day Rehabilitation

 By understanding how mental health has an impact on physical health, we help our residents delay mental deterioration by providing them with activities that stimulate the mind. With that, UMC has expanded the rehabilitation concept to SMART NH Concept with AI, VR, Robotic and Smart Sensors. In addition, introducing Hydrotherapy intervention with our elderly population.

We offer a wide range of activities to encourage our residents to keep their mental faculties healthy.