What is Physiotherapy?
Whether a physical ailment is resulting from trauma, sports injuries, repetitive strains, poor posture, or degenerative conditions, our physiotherapists are able to help and support the recovery process.
Just as chronic neck pain can also stem from stiffness at the lower back or thoracic spine, knee pain can be caused by an old ankle sprain or restricted movement at the hips. Understanding of the strong connections between different body parts, as well as the uniqueness of every individual and his/her condition are the keys to the success of the treatment program.
Our physiotherapists combine conventional physiotherapy and complementary therapies to help alleviate pain and inflammation, improve movement and prevent the recurrence of dysfunctions. Anyone from infants, children, adults to the elderly, amateur to elite sportsmen and pregnant women can benefit from this integrative approach.
Other Physical & Holistic Therapies
Conditions that Physiotherapy can help with
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Tennis Elbow and more….
Hear What They Say
“Wendy is an amazing physiotherapist! She is very thorough and takes her time while working on the body to release tension or work on realignment. I love her sessions because she is really there to treat you and not like other therapists who leave you hooked up on a machine. I highly recommend her to anyone who needs to work on shoulder tension, migraines and lower back pain. She is wonderful!”
About Wendy Lam
Wendy is a Holistic Physiotherapist with extensive training in both Hong Kong and the United States. She integrates Physiotherapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Integrative Manual Therapy, Acupuncture and other gentle and effective healing modalities to facilitate optimum recovery and healing in children and adult patients.
With her years of practice, Wendy finds that every individual needs a different “formula” or treatment protocol to help with their specific problem. Whether the pain is acute or chronic, sports, injury or posture-related, with or without numbness or referred pain, she believes that understanding the uniqueness of the individual and the interconnection of different parts of the body helps yield more desirable outcomes.
Central Minds Ltd.
8th & 10th Floor VC House, 4-6 On Lan Street, Central, Hong Kong