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Blessing Physiotherapy Centre is a clinic utilizing the east-meets-west approach. Clinically, it is found that acupuncture be applied under the auspices of the western approach therapeutic exercises, instant and carry-over effect of pain relief is ensured. This is the merit of east-meets-west approach. Apart from traditional physiotherapy (e.g. IFT, Traction, Ultrasound, therapeutic exercise etc.), our clinic also provide high-standard acupuncture. Instant treatment effect can be gained by just only one to three needles. Many patients experience that it just likes magic! For those very acute and chronic conditions, considerable treatment effect can be achieved under the auspices of bloodletting.

Exercises are frequently used by in the clinically. In western medicine perspective, exercises not only can enhance muscle strength and endurance but also augment the cardiopulmonary function and immune system. In Chinese Medicine perspective, exercise can increase the energy flow within the meridians, resulting in relief of pain. We believe that acupuncture can trigger the internal healing within our body devoid of medication. We will classify your body type in accordance with Chinese Medicine and give advice on your diets if necessary.

 

Mr Rayson Lam
Physiotherapist

  • Hong Kong Registered Physiotherapist
  • MSc Exercise & Nutrition Science (U.K.)
  • BSc Physiotherapy (HKPU) (Best Student)
  • Diploma in Chinese Acupuncture
  • Registered Acupuncture Therapist (HKPA)

Mr Rayson Lam started his career in Caritas Medical Centre after graduating from Hong Kong Polytechnic University with the honor of best student in 1994. He was transferred to Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital (AHNH) two years later. With over 16 years in AHNH, he has gained profound clinical experience in serving patients in different specialties e.g. orthopaedics, outpatient, medical, AED, paediatrics and home-based rehabilitation etc.

Apart from clinical therapy, Rayson was also devoted to clinical research. He had investigated the effect of vestibular exercises on the dizziness due to vestibular neuritis. Rayson also put tremendous effort in investigating the effect of hydrotherapy on patients with chronic low back pain. The promising results were presented in Hospital Authority Convention in 2003 and 2011 respectively. Rayson achieved his Master in Exercise and Nutrition in 2003. In the recent decade, Rayson is interested in learning Chinese Medicine and acupuncture and has achieved Diploma in Acupuncture. Under auspices of high-standard acupuncture, many chronic and intractable conditions can be soothed.


Chung Hei Tsun, Jack
Physiotherapist

  • M.Sc. in Stroke and Clinical Neurosciences (CUHK)
  • BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy (Poly U)
  • Accredited Physiotherapist for Acupuncture (HKPA)
  • Certificate of Coordination Efficiency and Targeting
  • Muscle Synergies to Optimise Movement – Retraining for the Neck, Shoulder, Low Back and Hip (KC)

Mr Jack Chung graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnic University and started his career as a physiotherapist in Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital (AHNH). With his substantial clinical experience, Jack has exposed himself to various clinical setting including out-patient clinic, orthopedics and traumatology, medicine, AED, paediatrics and home-based rehabilitation. Jack had also been the awardee of the Patients’ most appreciated staff in 2019 owing to his extraordinary serving.

Jack is passionate in clinical research apart from clinical research. He had researched about the effect of acupuncture to patients with back pain, the effect of therapeutic exercise to patients with Parkinson’s Disease, and, the effect of community simulation training to post joint replacement patients. One of his research had been published in th HA convention 2020. Jack completed the Master of Science Programme in Stroke and Clinical Neurosciences in CUHK in 2020. In the same year, Jack had been promoted to Physiotherapist I specialised in Orthopedics and Joint replacement. Meanwhile, the importance of exercise for patients’ rehabilitation has long been Jack’s belief. Therefore, Jack also completed his study of Muscle Synergies to Optimise Movement – Retraining for the Neck, Shoulder, Low Back and Hip from UK Kinetic Control.

Treating patients with Western and Chinese Medicine approaches are the expertise of Jack. With his acupuncture, manual technique and therapeutic exercises, Jack always pursues immediate treatment effects.