Chinatown Physiotherapy Centre

Physiotherapists

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Rosanna Ng

imageRosanna Ng graduated from Lincoln Institute of Health Sciences with a Bachelor degree in physiotherapy in 1981, and she finished Master degree course in Orthopaedic manipulative physiotherapy with Charles Stuart University in 1999.
In 2016, she has completed a post graduate certificate course in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation with the University of Melbourne. Now she is a titled pelvic floor physiotherapist treating patients with stress incontinence; urgency and frequency problem as well as tight and painful pelvic floor muscles as well as post-natal care and rehabilitation of diatasis abdominis.

Rosanna is a member of the Continence Foundation Australia, Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), the Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapists of Australia (OMTA) and Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association (HKPA). She continue to regularly update herself on new approaches. Her special interests are neck and back pain as well as Women Health. Rosanna is also a ball-room dancer and has in-depth understanding of injuries related to dancing.

Additionally, She has a weekly radio talk in 2CR radio station (in Cantonese), as well as leads a monthly exercises class for patients with Parkinson Disease.  She also teaches at the Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Josephine Yeung

imageJosephine graduated in 1984 from Hong Kong Polytechnic in Physiotherapy. She obtained a Master Degree in Clinical & Pathological Sciences from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1992, and a Post- graduate Diploma in Applied Science ( manipulative Physiotherapy) from the Sydney University in 1997.

From 1988 to1995, Josephine worked as a sport Physiotherapist in Hong Kong Sports Institute. She was appointed as physiotherapist for Hong Kong Olympic Team for various Olympic and Asian Games. Josephine has lectured and presented at various educational programs and international conferences in Hong Kong, China and Australia.

Josephine has been working in Chinatown Physiotherapy Centre since 1997. She is highly experienced in sports injury rehab, exercise therapy and manual therapy for various musculoskeletal problems.
Her treatment aims to fulfill and reach the goal of the client, and achieving the experience of renewal of body and mind.

Germaine Ng

imageGermaine graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) in 2019. During her study, she has been given opportunities to work in a wide range of settings including women’s health, acute cardiopulmonary, rehabilitation and private practice.
She is also a physiotherapist in an aged care facility and a disability support worker. She is passionate in helping people of all ages to their recovery through a combination of education, manual therapy approach and tailored and progressive exercise program. She values patient-centred care and is a strong believer in in-depth patient education, self-empowerment and collaborative goal setting. 

In Germaine’s free time, she would spend time with family and friends. Her hobbies are cooking and jogging.

Germaine is fluent in English,Cantonese and Mandarin.

Martin Wong

imageMartin graduated in 1999 from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Physiotherapy. He obtained a Professional Diploma in Acupuncture for physiotherapist from Hong Kong Baptist University in 2003 and also completed master’s degree course in Sports Physiotherapy from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2006.

Martin has extensive clinical experience in different areas of physiotherapy services including musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, and neurological rehabilitation. He uses his professional skills such as exercise therapy, dry needling, and manual therapy to assist with various clinical problems. He has worked as a devoted physiotherapist in different public settings in Hong Kong since graduation.

Martin is a member of Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association (HKPA). He used to be a committee member of Hong Kong Hospital Authority (HA) Physiotherapy Coordination Committee (PTCOC) in Acupuncture specialty group (2019-2020).

His treatment theory is encouraging people to achieve a healthy and fulfilled life.