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Registered Physiotherapist

  • BSc Physiotherapy (HKPU)
  • MSc Sports Physiotherapy (HKPU)
  • Certified Gyrotonic Instructor
  • DMA Clinical Pilates Instructor
  • Professional Diploma in Acupuncture (HKBU)
  • Certified International Schroth 3D Scoliosis Therapist (ISST)
  • Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner
  • Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (Manual Concepts, Australia)
  • Certificate in Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndrome (Washington University, US)

Medical Delegate in Major Sports Games: 
Olympics, Beijing 2008 
World University Game, Turkey 2005; Bangkok 2007; Belgrade 2009 
Asian Game, Doha 2006; Guangzhou 2010 
East Asian Game, Macau 2005; Tianjin 2013



Veronica graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Her keen interest in orthopaedic and sports rehabilitation led her to attain her Master degree in Sports Physiotherapy with distinction in 2006. She was enthusiastic in working with elite and amateur athletes. She was appointed as the Medical Delegate for many of the major games and she was also the Honorary Physiotherapist for the Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association and Handball Association of Hong Kong, China.


Veronica has been working in the Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital for almost 15 years as a leader in sports team and golf program. She also gained vast clinical experience in a wide spectrum of medical and orthopaedic condition as well as post-operative management in all age groups. She was nurtured to provide the best quality of care for every patient. Her interest is managing various musculoskeletal problems with manual therapy, acupuncture and therapeutic exercises. In addition to her extensive expertise in sports physiotherapy, she has been very successful in treating the elderly to improve their mobility so that they can enjoy life to their full potential.


From her years of practice, she recognizes treatment won't have a sustained effect unless the underlying causes can be identified. A muscle becomes tight because it is overfiring from faulty movement patterns or because of excessive compensation by weaker muscles. She developed immense interest in movement dysfunction and pursued overseas training with renowned experts in this area like Shirley Sahrmann, Mark Comerford and Peter O'Sullivan. In recent years she engaged in an excellent new form of exercise - Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis. It is a perfect match for what she has in mind about movement dysfunction and brings theory into practice in a very interesting way. It completes the scope of physiotherapy management not only to manage injuries but also to enhance personal wellness with enjoyment.