Sports Medicine Center
Elixir de Vie Sports Medicine Centre is a comprehensive one-stop centre for injury management, injury prevention, performance enhancement and multidisciplinary weight management. Whether you are a competitive athlete, exercise recreationally, or are sedentary and wish to embark on an exercise program, we are here to see to your needs.
Elixir de Vie Sports Medicine Center offers a one-stop facility which includes a fully-equipped gym custom-designed to cater to clients with all fitness levels and a wide range of rehabilitation modalities.
Utilizing the Optimum Performance Training (OPT™) method developed by National Academy of Sports Medicine (USA), which is a science-based training system that guarantees measurable results, our certified trainers aim to deliver consistent results in rehabilitation, reconditioning and performance enhancement. Individualized integrated training programs are tailor-made to suit each client’s need which are suitable for beginners as well as competitive athletes.
Above pictures: Dr Arthur Tjandra taking part in various races: duathlons, triathlons and marathons
Our Performance Enhancement Program (PEP) includes cutting-edge performance assessment techniques, as well as sports-specific program design. The PEP offers scientifically-valid, evidence-based applications which achieve remarkable results with top professionals and weekend warriors alike.
Low back pain affects nearly 80 percent of adults, while musculoskeletal symptoms of knee, shoulder and foot/ankle pain, are the number-two reason individuals seek out physicians. Our Corrective Exercise Program (CEP) was developed in response to the growing need of clients fraught with musculoskeletal impairments, muscle imbalances or rehabilitation concerns.
Elixir de Vie Sports Medicine Center also offers a comprehensive, medically designed and supervised weight loss program with individual counseling and a program tailored specifically to meet your needs. Lose 2 - 5 pounds per week, depending on the client with real food from the supermarket, and FDA-approved medications.