Chloe Lau

Chloe Lau

  • BSc Physiotherapy Hons (Cardiff, Wales) 
  • Registered Physiotherapist (HK)

Areas of Expertise:

  • Occupational-related conditions (neck and back pain)
  • Musculoskeletal and chronic pain
  • Women’s Health Physiotherapy (pre & post-natal)
  • Sports injuries and rehabilitation
  • Acupuncture and Cupping
  • Exercise prescription and rehabilitation

Tell us about your background in physiotherapy.

I graduated from Cardiff University ( Wales, UK) and started pursuing my physiotherapy career working for the NHS in Aberystwyth, west Wales. Soon after, I decided to relocate back to Hong Kong for my family and began to specialise in women’s health, sports rehabilitation and musculoskeletal therapy. 

Through my placements, I’ve gained a well-rounded experience within various areas such as trauma and orthopaedics, neurology, respiratory as well as oncology.

What are your interests/areas of expertise in physiotherapy?

As an ex-triathlete, I have learnt to constantly challenge myself and strive to become better. This has proven to be a very valuable skill set when it comes to working as a physiotherapist, as it allows me to put myself into the shoes of athletes / my sports injury rebab patients. 

I am also a keen bean when it comes to sports! ( any sports) 

During the weekend you will normally find me either hiking up the twins, wake surfing during the summer and trail running. Moreover, I’ a major foodie who LOVES cooking as well as exploring new cafes and restaurants in town ( because who doesn’t duh ). 

What is the most fulfilling part of this job?

For me, I think the most fulfilling part of being a physiotherapist is my ability to empower and educating my patients so that they can have a great rehabilition journey and improve their quality of life. It gives me so much motivation when I see that my job can have a positive impact on people.

Tell us about a life-changing experience or adventure you’ve been on.

It’ll have to be when I randomly decided to sign up for a half marathon in Cardiff. 
Back in 2019, I decided to get out of my comfort zone and challenge myself to run a much longer distance race (back then I usually ran 5km max). I worked hard to increase my mileage and it paid off well as I managed to finish my first ever half in just under 1 hour and 46 minutes. This experience has taught me that your body is stronger than you think and anything is possible as long as you put effort into achieving it.

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