I have been a regular client for a few years and Aggie has helped me immensely. Aggie always been very patient and careful when dealing with my condition and gave me a very thorough consultation and treatment each time. I am extremely grateful to have met Aggie and would recommend Aggie to anyone who needs physio treatments. In fact, I have recommended a few of my friends and they all love Aggie.
Over the last year, I received various physiotherapy treatments for my severe hip pain without success until I met Aggie.
As an amateur long distance runner, I am very selective, a “one size fits all” wasn’t working for me. Aggie was the first Physio that looked at my situation as an individual person versus other tried and tested treatment routes. She diagnosed accurately and examined in the most thorough way I ever received. Now, I am 100% recovered.
Aggie is simply a godsend. She is caring, focused on the person and extremely effective. A good physio makes all the difference, thank you Sports and Spinal!
I was referred to Sports and Spinal 3 weeks after what I considered as a minor ankle sprain but was somehow still hurting in a certain odd way when I positioned my ankle. This was my first-ever visit to a physiotherapist and my concept to this whole idea has changed. Aggie took over my case and as soon as she looked at my ankle, she already identified the problem and immediately proposed my rehab program. She was caring and determined to get my ankle fixed up and maintained for long-term prevention. Her positive energy makes each session so pleasant it just zoomed by without noticing the time. I had since referred a few more people to set up sessions with Aggie and each one of them is doing well with their rehab.
Aggie‘s key strength is her versatility and her direct efficient approach. As a patient, besides being able to receive effective treatments, her versatility also allows me to systematically achieve both my conditioning and athletic goals. If you put in the work, coupled with Aggie…you will see positive results. This is one of the reasons why I come back weekly and not just when I am injured. I recommend Aggie to all my friends who are looking for an effective physiotherapist.
I have been a long term client of Aggie‘s. Long term not because of lack of care but long term because my body is exposed to living on the edge. Aggie can and has fixed it all. Ankle, wrist, collarbone, ligaments, muscles you name it, she has the cure. And all my friends I have sent to her agree too!
I appreciate very much what Aggie has done for me for the past 2 years. I started to go for her when I sprained my elbow badly and couldn’t get better by other treatments. As I’m now a senior citizen with accumulated problems, she helps me with those chronic and degenerative discomforts which makes me no longer feel like a “senior” person. Aggie also helped a good friend of mine who suffered from a painful shoulder for years which bothered her daily living and sleeping very much. My friend is now able to get back to her sports (golf, badminton and hiking) and enjoy her life without any trouble with her shoulder. Both of us are very happy and appreciate Aggie‘s great work on us.
I suffered from a ‘frozen shoulder’ and some back pain, and on both occasions Aggie quickly diagnosed the underlying problems and solved them efficiently and professionally. She and her colleagues at SSPC all come across as both friendly and highly professional.
I practice combat sports and I have accumulated a number of injuries over the years. Of all physios I’ve tried in Hong Kong and abroad, Aggie is clearly the best for me. She combines serious manipulation with thorough rehab work and has brought me back to top form more than once.
Tell us about your background in Physiotherapy.
I graduated as a physiotherapist from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2002. After graduating, I worked for two and a half years at the Hospital Authority in different settings including wards, out-patient clinics, as well as in the extended rehabilitation care unit and community services. In 2005, I obtained a Masters Degree in Sports Physiotherapy from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and finished the Diploma in Acupuncture and Moxibustion at the Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The following year, I got certified as a DMA Clinical Pilates clinician in 2006.
My experience in sports physiotherapy spans across many international and local sporting events such as the Asian Games, East Asian Games Trail Walker, Standard Chartered Marathon, International Frisbee Tournament, and other rugby and football events. I was the team physiotherapist for Happy Valley and Buler Rangers, Division 1 football teams in Hong Kong, from 2002 to 2004, and have been the team physiotherapist for Causeway Bay Rugby Team since 2005.
What are your interests?
I keep active by participating in different sports activities from dancing, badminton, basketball, hiking to jogging. I also like to cook and bake cakes, which is also very ‘therapeutic’ for me.
Tell us about a life-changing experience or adventure you’ve been on.
My personal recovery journey began in November 1994 when I tore my Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) and the meniscus on my right knee during an intercollegiate basketball match. It was a blessing in disguise because it was through this personal injury that I began being keen in this profession and started studying physiotherapy in 1999. Being an ex-patient, as well as a physiotherapist, I’m always happy to share my patients’ woes and maximise their recovery efforts with physiotherapy and sports rehabilitation.
What is your area of expertise?
Sports rehabilitation for the knee, ankle and shoulder. Core muscle training by Pilates.
What is the most fulfilling part of this job?
I really focus on the holistic care treatment for my patients during our one-on-one sessions. I also feel blessed about having a good boss and colleagues who share my passions, you can call us a big, happy, physio family here at Sports and Spinal.