Our Story

Square One was founded in 2018 to transform traditional chiropractic care by bringing the focus back to building strong relationships with our community and delivering quality evidence based care to you. We are proud to be the first multi-modal, rehab-focused chiropractic clinic in Singapore, and as such our care doesn’t just stop at symptomatic pain relief. We believe that movement is medicine and that an active lifestyle is the key to a full, functional, and happy life.

Dr. Jesse Cai

BSC (Chiro)/BChiro (AU)

Dr Jesse is an evidence-based Sport Chiropractor. Prior to moving to Singapore, he was the Head Sport Trainer at Forrestfield Football Club and had worked at various state and national level sporting clubs. He was also a board member of Sports Chiropractic Australia in 2017 and is a member of Sports Medicine Australia. Dr Jesse believes that movement is medicine and takes a rehabilitation approach to help patients achieve higher function and performance.

Dr Jesse is certified in Dry Needling and is one of the first certified SMART Tools (FDA-approved) practitioners in Singapore and Australia.

Outside of his professional life, Dr Jesse is an avid classical singer and paddler. You may find him outrigger canoeing around Sentosa on weekday mornings or dragon boating in Kallang on the weekends.

Michael Beere

BSC (Exercise Physiology)

Michael is an ESSA-accredited Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist. Currently specialising in conservative, evidence-based management of neuromuscular and musculoskeletal condition, Michael manages pre -and post-operative rehabilitation for the orthopaedic department at Hollywood Functional Rehabilitation Clinic. He is the Head Exercise Physiologist at Auspost Perth Airport facility where he manages the occupational health program through the development and implementation of risk stratification initiatives.

Having competed at national level in rowing, representing both club and state at 5 Australian national championships, Michael understands the immense commitments of elite athletes, both within their training and everyday life. He continues to be involved in rowing at a club level, assisting with the development of up and coming young rowers.

Michael is trained in the McKenzie Method (also known as MDT – Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy) and specialises in the management of chronic and acute cervical spine and shoulder pain.

Dr. Jesse believes that movement is medicine and takes a rehabilitation approach to help patients achieve higher function and performance.

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