Deadline of application: 26 Aug 2022 (Fri)
HKPA student members: free;
Non HKPA student members: HKD$150
Speakers (in order of presentation):
Mr. Raymond Tsang
Mr. Tsang is the Department Manager of the Physiotherapy Department of MacLehose Medical Rehabilitation Centre and the part-time Professor of Practice of the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
He is the Vice President of the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association and the immediate past President and founding fellow of the Hong Kong College of Physiotherapy. He had served in the Education Committee of the Physiotherapists Board and now he is a member of the Registration Committee of the Physiotherapists Board.
Dr. Ivan Su
Dr. Ivan Su is a physiotherapist by profession and currently works as Head of Professional and Programme Development at SAHK and Director of the SAHK Institute of Rehabilitation Practice. He joined SAHK in 1987, specialised in servicing adults with childhood-onset disabilities and community-dwelling individuals living with acquired chronic conditions. He founded the Work Group on Community-based Rehabilitation and Primary Healthcare in the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association, aiming at uniting practitioners in the community sector and strengthening community practice in physiotherapy.
Mr. Mike Au-Yeung
Mr. Mike Au-Yeung graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2003. After his graduation, he worked for different private physiotherapy clinics for more than 15 years with experience in pain management, musculoskeletal disorders and sports rehabilitation. Mr. Au-Yeung has also completed the Diploma in Acupuncture for Physiotherapists in 2008. He is now the Director and the Chief Physiotherapist of a private physiotherapy clinic.
Ms. Lavinia Wong
Title of talk: The legend of aquatic therapy for people with arthritis and rheumatic conditions: local service overview and future development
Ms. Lavinia Wong, serving the Aquatic therapy work group of HKPA since establishment and works as Senior Clinical Associate in Tung Wah College. She had received her post graduate hydrotherapy trainings in US since 2006 and had been pursuing her hydro career in the Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation for almost two decades. She is actively involved in hydrotherapy and related professional trainings locally as well as mainland and overseas in past years. Apart from clinical practice, Lavinia is the professional advisors of various arthritis patient groups and the executive members of the Scientific committee of the Hong Kong Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation.
Dr. Wilson Li
Title of talk: Non arthroplasty treatment options for arthritis
Dr. Wilson Li is currently the Chief of Trauma Service in the Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the largest hospital in Hong Kong. He is also the President of the Hong Kong College of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Dr. Li has been appointed as Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at both local medical schools, and also as Honorary Professor of Jishuitan Orthopaedic College of Peking University in Beijing. He has co-authored several authoritative textbooks on trauma and orthopaedic surgery, including the ATLS manual by the American College of Surgeons and the Manual of Internal Fixators by the AO Foundation; and has published widely in his research areas of sports medicine, fracture fixation, osteoporosis, and trauma prevention. He was the founding co-chairman of the AO Alumni Association Hong Kong Chapter, and founding President of the Hong Kong Orthopaedic Association Sports Medicine Chapter.