Biography Brian James Tracey

Brian James Tracey, B.S.K., B.Sc.A.T., Podiatric Sports Medicine in Singapore, is a Sports Physiotherapist and Kinesiologist originally from Canada, specializing in foot problems, having Interned under the eminent Podiatrist & Surgeon Dr. Nathaniel B. Walker (D.P.M.) in Montreal, Canada. Brian has experience with Elite Amateur and Professional Sports Teams on a National and International level, having served the Canadian National Cycling Team, the Canadian National Weightlifting Team, as a Medical Director for the Pan American Masters Weightlifting Championships, was the Medical Education Director at Iizuna Kogen, Japan, in preparation for the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics; and was the official Podiatric Specialist for the 2001/2002 Singapore International Marathon and the 2002 SAFRA Biathlon.

Brian was the Director of Sportiv Tech Lab Pte Ltd, winner of the 2003 E-Global Emerging Enterprise Award, responsible for the design of Military/ School footwear; was a 2006 Nominee for the Singapore 'Spirit of Enterprise' Awards, and was the Chairman (Events) for the NYAAC 'Singapore Mile'. He has also been the Product Ambassador for Clarks, Scholls, New Balance, ASICS and Tempur Orthopedic products. He has been featured on the #1 late night television show "Love Airways" with Dr. Wei S.Y a.k.a "Dr. Love" and Mediacorp talkshow 93.8 Live "Mind,Body & Soul". Brian has served as a Director on the Executive Committee of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore from 2006 till 2013.

Brian has been appointed as the Senior Group Vice - President of Plantiga International Pte Ltd (click here for more information), which is the global offices based in Singapore of Plantiga Technologies Inc. of Canada.

He has given medical seminars/ consultations to Royal Singapore Navy-Maritime Security Task Force; The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) - SAFTI Military Institute; Commandos; Singapore Navy Diving Unit; Medical Response Force (MRF); School of Military Medicine; Singapore Infantry Specialists (SISPEC); 6 Division; School of Basic Military Training (BMT); Asian PGA Tour; SAFRA; Health Promotion Board; Singapore Medical Association (GP's); The Singapore Student Health Services; National Institute of Health (SGH); Ministry of Education; Medical Advisory Board - 'Health Today'; Ezyhealth; The National University of Singapore Society; The Grand Hyatt; The Tanglin Club; The Tower Club; Planet Fitness; California Fitness; Takashimaya Fitness; Fort Canning Country Club; The Australian High Commission; United World College; The Australian International School; Canadian International School; The Singapore American School; numerous Singapore Primary/ Seconday Schools & Junior Colleges; Rotary International; PAP Community Foundation; Exxon Mobil; Singapore Petrochemical; Singapore Pools; Singapore Turf Club; NTUC Income and works in conjunction with numerous Orthopedic Surgeons & Medical Clinics; The Singapore Nurses Association; Osteopathic Treatment Centre; The Back and Neck Physiotherapy Centre; Physiofocus Physiotherapy; Fizziobel Physiotherapy; Singapore National Fencing Team; Singapore National Squash Team; Singapore Island Country Club; Singapore American Schools.