At Prohealth Sports & Spinal, our physiotherapists provide a wide range of services and treatment modalities to help you recover optimally, and get back to doing the things you love. For all the conditions that we treat, a personalised treatment program is specifically designed for your needs.

We have been serving Hong Kong for the past 23+ years. Our physiotherapists support our clients whatever their needs may be. Focusing on manual physiotherapy treatment, our expertise covers various conditions, including:

We use a unique blend of knowledge and handling skills to speed up the body’s natural healing processes and prevent further injuries. In addition, we always aim to promote good health with customised treatment plans that prevent further pain and injury.

Manual Therapy & Manipulation

Manual Therapy & Manipulation is a specialised, hands-on technique widely used within physiotherapy, which includes hands-on facilitation of joint movement of the limbs or spine. Joint mobilisation and manipulation can help improve mobility, reduce stiffness and provide pain relief.

Acupuncture & Dry Needling

Both Acupuncture and Dry Needling involve the insertion of thin needles into certain areas of the body. While Acupuncture is based on Chinese medicine and focuses on inserting needles into points along the meridian lines, Dry Needling instead is based on Western medicine and needles are inserted into trigger points of muscles. Both techniques are helpful in relieving pain and restoring normal body function.

Sports & Soft Tissue Massage

Forms of massage therapy, sports and soft tissue massage involves manipulating soft tissue to reduce muscle tension and pain effectively. Both massage techniques are are effective in helping individuals increase flexibility, encourage better circulation to improve speed of recovery.

Learn more about our Sports Massage treatments here.

Biomechanical Analysis

Crucial for preventing injuries and enhancing sports performance, Biomechanical Analysis is the study or analysis of a person’s posture and how they move. It includes postural assessment, gait analysis and functional movement analysis.
It is particularly helpful for athletes and those with active lifestyles, to find the root cause of their chronic condition, to better understand how to develop proper body mechanics, so they can prevent recurring injuries and enhance their performance.

Rehabilitation & Conditioning

Both Exercise-Based Rehabilitation and Exercise-Based Conditioning utilizes specific exercises to help improve fitness and strength. Exercise-Based Rehabilitation focuses on prescribing specific functional exercises following an injury to restore the client's strength and mobility.

Sports-Specific Assessment

Depending on the specific sporting needs, a more sports-specific assessment focussing on technique and physical fitness may be beneficial for athletes and sports enthusiasts of all ages and ability levels.
Our Sports-Specific Assessment can help identify and address muscular imbalances, abnormal kinesthetic movement, and other identifiable deficiencies. For example: Running assessment, golf assessment, tennis assessments.


Pilates is a collection of low impact exercises comprising controlled movements that enhance your core strength, mobility, flexibility and balance. It focuses on smaller muscle groups that support your structure and enhance your overall health. Reformer Pilates allows for a wider variety of exercises, as it adds resistance to exercises through the use of springs which form part of the machine. Besides being beneficial for injury recovery and conditioning, Pilates exercises can help women improve their pre-natal and post-natal health.

Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology taping is a therapeutic technique used to support and stabilize muscles and joints, reduce pain and inflammation, and improve circulation and range of motion. Our physiotherapists use high-quality kinesiology tape to provide targeted support and relief for a wide range of conditions. We have experience with a vast array of different taping methods to tackle conditions in different anatomical locations.

Shockwave Therapy

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) is an advanced treatment solution that uses acoustic shockwaves to deliver a mechanical force to your body's tissues. This enhances blood circulation, metabolism and stimulates your body’s self-healing process for musculoskeletal conditions in bones, tendons, ligaments and muscle, thereby reducing pain and helping you recover optimally. 

Stretch Therapy

Stretching is one of the oldest forms of therapy used to reduce pain from tight muscles or decrease pressure on a joint on tendon. Following a biomechanical analysis, our physiotherapists will prescribe the appropriate type of stretches, either static stretches or dynamic stretches to achieve optimum recovery.