Cheng Siang Kwang
Graduated with Diploma in Physiotherapy from Mahsa University. Member of Malaysian Physiotherapy Association, OM no : 2461.
Cheng has been working as a physiotherapist for 9 years since 2010 when he first graduated. His passion in his work grew stronger since his first job in National Stroke Association (NASAM) where he gained inspirations from both the therapists and patients. Since then he has been freelancing to provide physiotherapist services at patient’s home and also giving free talks for the public and attended many charity work.
Cheng has a wealth of experience with neurological conditions but focused on managing complex musculoskeletal conditions for the last few years. He has special interest in knee and back conditions using a variety of techniques including Dry Needling, Spinal Manipulation (HVLA), Myofascia Release, Kinesio Taping as well as integrating strength and conditioning programs for long term recovery.
He is an easy-going and friendly person. Everyone loves chatting with him and find him easy to communicate with. As a physiotherapist, he believes that ” Actively listening conveys respect for a patient’s self-knowledge and builds trust”.
Graduated with BSc(Hons) in Physiotherapy from University of Northumbria. Member of Malaysia Physiotherapy Association, OM no : 2363.
Sally has been working as a physiotherapist since 2015. Upon completion of her working experience on acute medical care in hospital setting, she joined a private healthcare centre to pursue her vision in using manual approach as an integrative care especially in musculoskeletal aspect.
She is a certified Dry Needling Practitioner (CDNP). She has a special interest in women’s health and is experienced in treating pregnancy related pain. She incorporates Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) approach in her practice to help clients move better, prevent injuries and reduce pain.
In addition to rehabilitative exercise, Sally combines different techniques including joint mobilization and dry needling to form a treatment plan that put into consideration of body imbalances and restriction as a factor that might contribute to acute and chronic injuries. She always emphasize on “Hollistic approach is the way to go”.
Lee Pan Yap
Graduated with BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from University of Northumbria. Member of Malaysian Physiotherapy Association, Om no : 2223.
Lee has 5 years of clinical experience, working in private hospital setting ranging from acute to chronic care (pre and post-surgical interventions) and community setting. He specializes in manual therapy treatment and specific exercise prescription. He is certified in joint mobilization, soft tissue manipulation, spinal manipulation (HVLA), kinesio taping and etc.
His area of interest is in musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation. He emphasizes on functional rehabilitation which involves movement analysis to allow individual to safely return to activity in goal-orientated way.
Lee is passionate about his work and enjoys working with patients from different walks of life. As a physiotherapist, he advocates for patient-centered care and believes in “Working together with patients can make a difference”.
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