Mrs. Rosnah completed Diploma in Physiotherapy from School of Physiotherapy, Ministry of Health, Malaysia in 1995. Her first career as a physiotherapist starts at Hospital Kuala Lumpur. After six years, due to her passion in sports injury management, she took up physiotherapist post in National Sports Institute of Malaysia.
Academically, she obtained her Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy from University of Melbourne in 1998 and BSc (Hons) Degree in Applied Rehabilitation (Physiotherapy) from University of Teesside in 2008. She loves managing sports injury from pitch side to treatment table and back again.
She starts her Olympic journey and became a part of the medical team in 2004. Since then, she had involved with most of the major games like Olympic Beijing (2008), Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, SEA Games, World Championship and many more. She provides rehabilitation and injury management for athletes at the Institute and abroad, as well as her role in NSI she currently works with all sports, able and disabled athletes.
She is skilled and competent in Sports Rehabilitation, Sports Taping, Dry Needling and First Aid in Sports. She has an interest in sports and loves to travel. Her passion for early and end stage rehabilitation and progressively returns to sport has make her one of the experience physiotherapist in Institute.