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Seminar programme 2014 

“To mobilize or to stabilize: Clinical dilemma for Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy”

On - Wednesday 21st January 2015, 16:00-17:30pm 

Venue: Room 09A, 1st Floor, Michael Griffiths Building, UHW

We look forward to welcoming our invited speaker Dr Sharon Tsang, Department of Rehabilitation Science, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Biography: Dr. Tsang received her Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy and Master’s degree in Health Care (Physiotherapy) from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She obtained a specialist qualification in musculoskeletal physiotherapy after finishing her Master’s degree in Manipulative Therapy at the Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia in 2003. She is also the Fellow (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy) of the Hong Kong College of Physiotherapy. Prior to joining the Department in 2005, Ms. Tsang has already gained extensive clinical experience in both the public hospital and the private practice.

As a Senior Clinical Associate for the Physiotherapy programme, her roles include teaching subjects with clinical practicum, supervising student’s learning in their clinical placements and coordinating learning activities for students to improve their clinical competence.

She also delivers physiotherapy consultancy services to clients in the University Rehabilitation Clinic. Her approach integrates a detailed physical evaluation and analysis on their postures as well as movement control with focus on identifying the underlying mechanical and movement coordination problems as these would form the foundation of an individualised management programme


To register for this afternoon seminar then please contact CITER Administrator Jane Graves, .


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