Vivian completed a master’s degree of Physiotherapy at University of Sydney in 2018 and completed a bachelor degree of Rehabilitation Medicine at Sun Yat-sen University in China in 2014. She has gained experience and knowledge from different hospitals and clinics to rehabilitate and treat patients who have suffered diverse injuries.
Vivian completed a master’s degree of Physiotherapy at University Vivian believes physiotherapy is a good method to manage patients’ pain, and manage functional limitations. She enjoys working with patient with all ages and background, but she expertise in musculoskeletal conditions (e.g. lower back pain, neck pain, tennis elbow), post-surgery rehabilitation (e.g. rotator cuff repair, lumbar fusion surgery post op rehabilitation), work related injuries, and car accident injuries. She is also interested in wome ‘s health, and has experience in treating musculoskeletal issues associated with pregnancy and post natal, including pregnancy related back pain/neck pain, abdominal muscles separation or weakness, pelvic floor muscles weakness, incontinence etc.
Iris graduated from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2014 with a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy and obtained a second Master’s degree in Stroke and Clinical Neurosciences from The Chinese University in Hong Kong in 2019. With her 5-year intensive training in a rehabilitation hospital, out-patient clinic, and aged home in Hong Kong, she had the opportunity to manage a wide range of patients independently, including various medical, neurological, musculoskeletal, orthopedic, and palliative conditions. In 2020, she decided to move to Sydney to gain more exposure to her physiotherapist life. As a result of working in different settings and countries, she has substantial experience in treating patients with various health conditions by utilising different management and treatment approaches.