PT, PhD, MSc Physio, BSc Physio, Adjunct Professor
Ella is an Australian trained physiotherapist with Masters and PhD qualifications. Her expertise areas are in the field of sports and orthopaedics physiotherapy. Ella has helped elite athletes in the past with sports injuries and ongoing-related pain problems. She believes that the best treatment outcome is achieved when clients take an active approach towards recovery.
Agnes had years of experience working in private practice specializing in musculoskeletal conditions, spinal problems and pain management after graduating from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She held Masters degrees in Manual Therapy from University of Western Australia and Chinese Medicine from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Jack completed his Physiotherapy training in the United Kingdom after five years of representing Hong Kong in the Rugby 7s team based at the Hong Kong Sports Institute. Jack has won a silver medal in the 2014 Asian Games, participated in multiple Asian 7s Series and a number of World Rugby 7s Series tournaments. In addition to playing, Jack also achieved World Rugby coaching qualifications and coached age-grade rugby for his club.
Having decided to continue his education and return to Hong Kong, Jack is now qualified to combine his academic achievements with personal experiences of playing sport at a high level and recovering from a number of different injuries to help people actively return to full performance.
Stephanie is a physiotherapy clinician, an educator, a researcher and a consultant in rehabilitation. She has extensive experience in rehabilitation of pain and movement disorders related to neurological and musculoskeletal dysfunctions, in acquired or degenerative conditions. Stephanie’s expertise involves manual therapy, exercise training, peripheral and non-invasive brain stimulation which promotes neuromuscular and corticomotor plasticity for recovery of functions.
Stephanie has been invited speakers in international conferences. Her research underpins rehabilitation therapies for fallers, people after stroke, Parkinson’s disease and mild cognitive impairment. She is a current Council member of the Hong Kong Brain Foundation.
PT, PhD, MPhil, Grad Dip Ergonomics, PD Physio, Adjunct Assoc Professor, JP
Simon was Associate Professor at the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Simon has a passion for athletics, and believe sports can change lives. He has been instrumental in the development of sports physiotherapy in Hong Kong. Simon also has extensive consultancy experience in the areas of ergonomics and occupational health.
Weiwei is a former National handball player from Kunming, Yunnan. She has participated in the Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008 Olympics. As a key player for the womens handball team in China, Weiwei was the Asian Games gold medalist in 2010 and also won three All China Games gold medals (2005, 2009, 2017). After her playing career finished, she decided to further her study in sports rehabilitation. Weiwei has been blessed with the capability of being an elite athlete. She understands what it takes to move through the recovery process after injury. She works closely with our physios to plan exercise rehabilitation program. Weiwei is a creative soul and fully embraces her role at Aurora.