Sharon graduated from King's College London with a Masters in Science in Physiotherapy (Hons) in 2001. In 2007, she furthered her interests in management of sports and musculoskeletal injuries and graduated from University of South Australia with a Masters of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She had also gotten her Clinical Exercise Specialist Certification by the American College of Sports Medicine. Sharon has had 18 years of experience in injury management, developing services, and leading and managing teams and projects.
In sports and sports injury management, Sharon has worked with a wide variety of sportsmen and sportswomen involved in marathons, triathlons, track and field, soccer, hockey, softball, ultimate frisbee, rugby, swimming, martial arts, and dance.
She has also served with Team Singapore as a sports physiotherapist at the Winter Olympics, Asian Games and SEA Games. Apart from multi-sports events, she has also provided physiotherapy for other medical onfield coverage such as Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon, Rugby Sevens, World Club Rugby Tens, and S-League games. Sharon has been volunteering with the national team softball team for many years as both team manager and physiotherapist, She enjoys synergising with coaches to facilitate injury management and performance enhancement.
Sharon has personally participated in a wide variety of sports and exercise. She had played softball for more than 10 years and had also trained with the national softball team. She had practised or participated in Ju Jitsu, Yoga, Pilates, Salsa, Rock-climbing and Scuba Diving. She has completed several half marathons, a few full marathons and a few biathlons. She currently runs and swims. While she has tried her hand at perfecting her golf swing, she is pretty bad at golf and is better at the analysing the biomechanics of other people's golf swing.
In Moving Space, Sharon is keen to work closely with not just with the injured athlete in management of their injuries, but also to collaborate with coaches, teachers, doctors and any other relevant persons to ensure sporting performance and injury prevention.