Ming was awarded the Ministry of Health Holdings Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship (Overseas) in 2011, and graduated from the University of Queensland in 2014. Upon graduating, she worked at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital for six years, specializing in pediatric and adolescent musculoskeletal and sports rehabilitation. Ming was also a member of the Children’s Pain Management Clinic for three years, and helped to set up Singapore’s first concussion management clinic for pediatric and adolescent patients. She has been a council member of the Pain Association of Singapore since 2019, and is currently serving on the council as Honorary Treasurer.
Ming has also been certified in pregnancy and postpartum rehabilitation from the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, in addition to previous experience working with expectant and postpartum moms with musculoskeletal pain and injuries.
Ming believes in treating patients with empathy and respect, and seeks to provide high-value, patient-centered best-practice care. She is also keenly interested in the prevention and management of chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions, and aspires to work closely with patients to empower them to self-manage with confidence.