Kenneth qualified as a Physiotherapist from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2000. After graduation he worked in various acute and rehabilitative hospital settings before pursuing further post-graduate education in Australia. In 2003 he was awarded a Master Degree in Physiotherapy (Manipulative) from the University of Queensland.
Over the course of the last 16 years, Kenneth has gained experience treating a large variety of cardiopulmonary, neurological and musculoskeletal pathologies. As a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Kenneth’s approach to treatment is a holistic one. His method of assessment and treatment involves the evaluation of the fascial chain system (soft connective tissue system), joint biomechanics, nerve mobility, muscle control and postural alignment.
Kenneth specialises in treating spinal and peripheral joint problems using extensive hands on treatment accompanied by acupuncture/dry needling when appropriate. He particularly enjoys treating neck and shoulder pain, pre and post rehabilitation of ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) reconstruction and post-spinal surgery conditions.
Kenneth has worked with both amateur and professional rugby and soccer teams. His extensive on-field knowledge has facilitated the formulation of rehabilitation programmes for injury prevention, athletic training as well as physiotherapy treatment.
Kenneth is committed to continued professional development and in collaboration with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Kenneth and his co-authors published an article about whole body vibration training. He has been invited to be a guest speaker and clinical tutor in continuing education workshops organised by The Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association. Kenneth continues to extend his manual skills to include Cranial Sacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation courses from the Barral Institute.
Kenneth is an active sportsman, a regular gym user and a passionate basketball player. His own personal sports injury experiences have given him an in-depth understanding from the patients’ perspective.
Kenneth’s mission is to scientifically combine different manual therapy skills into a system to treat patients so that they return to their daily activities pain free.