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Meet the Team

Members of the team working in Rehamed Therapy graduated from universities all over the world, studying different disciplines of sports science and sports medicine. This multidisciplinary approach helps problem solving in order to create approachable and time efficient rehabilitation programs.

We also have strength and conditioning specialists that have previously worked with world champions and national athletes. The coordinated approach taken by the team helps identify any weaknesses or postural conditions (eg: flat feet, flat back – click here for more) regardless of if you’re undergoing physiotherapy or strength and conditioning.

Leadership Team

Angela Burchardt


Jörg Teichmann

Director (Operations)


Jörg Teichmann

Director of Operations & Rehabilitation Consultant

Jörg worked as a sports therapist while coaching a junior track and field team in Germany in 1992. He came to Malaysia in 1997 to work in the National Sports Institute (until 2018) with various athletes of different sporting backgrounds. He also did strength and conditioning for the men’s and women’s hockey team and diving team for the Olympics and Commonwealth Games. The research he has done is what makes him stand out from other people.

Shabana Khanum

Physiotherapist & Sports Therapist

Shabana is no stranger to the sporting arena as she represented Malaysia as a high jumper. She held the national high jump record for 12 years (since 2005), until it was broken in 2018! She then pursued a degree in physiotherapy in Mahsa College, before starting a career as a sports therapist in the National Sports Institute of Malaysia between 2016-2018 after serving as a physiotherapist under Felda United for 2 years.

Rachel Tan

Head of Sports Science

After completing her studies in Exercise and Sport Science in Deakin University, Melbourne, she came to Malaysia to work with elite athletes in the National Sports Institute as a sports therapist. Although she worked with athletes of different sporting backgrounds, she focused more on artistic and rhythmic gymnastics athletes. Her main interests are in kinesiology (human movement science), exercise physiology and return to sports conditioning.

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