Suffering from muscle pain, body aches or a post-injury ailment? There’s a physiotherapist in Hong Kong who can help.
Physiotherapy, or physical therapy, helps you promote, maintain and restore your functional ability and movement. Often thought of in terms of post-injury rehabilitation, a physiotherapist is actually trained to assess and treat a wide range of physical disabilities through exercises, manual therapy, and thermal and electrical energy. Physio is used for everything from sports injuries to post-surgery recovery, complications and more! Whatever your pain, ache or ailment, here’s where to go for physiotherapy in Hong Kong.
You can pursue treatment within the public sector in Hong Kong for a nominal fee but depending on your injury’s severity, you may have to wait up to a year or two before being seen. Consultations can be booked at various government-regulated locations.
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Where To Go For Physiotherapy In Hong Kong
MOTO Studio — Active physiotherapy rehabilitative centre with Pilates and GYROTONIC treatments
MOTO Studio promotes professional active physical therapy (rather than passive) so you can manage your symptoms and treat the root of your problems! Promising to help you regain control of your body, this physiotherapy rehabilitative centre uses exercises and holistic approaches like Pilates and GYROTONIC to help you facilitate a return to active pain-free movement. Whatever the sprain, physical ailment, pain or ache, this studio is worth looking into to help you make a meaningful change to your lifestyle.
APS Orthopaedic and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic — Sports physiotherapy, electrotherapy, acupuncture and more
APS is equipped with state-of-the-art electrotherapy modalities (shockwaves and body vibration therapies), and is the only private clinic in Hong Kong to provide Isokinetic (Cybex Isokinetic Machine) and markerless motion-tracking assessments (MotionMetrix). You’ll also find programs here tailored to specific conditions and injuries.
APS Orthopaedic And Sports Physiotherapy Clinic, 6/F, Kailey Tower, 16 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.apsphysio.com
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CoreOFit — Sports and post-operative rehabilitation, office ergonomics, women’s health issues and more
A top-level physiotherapy clinic, CoreOFit is determined to rid you of any leftover pain and get you completely stable. Its full range of physiotherapy services includes sports and post-operative rehabilitation, office ergonomics and women’s health issues.
Momentum — Team of physiotherapists, massage and stretch specialists and functional medicine health coach
Momentum’s specialist team includes physiotherapists, chiropractors, a massage and stretch therapist and a functional medicine health coach — who will help you become pain-free and get moving. Build your self-confidence, balance and stability so you don’t have to solely rely on external support.
New York Medical Group — Specialists in physiotherapy, spine therapy and pain management
Founded in 2006, the New York Spine and Physiotherapy Center provides timely and one-stop pain management services, with physiotherapies here covering all sorts of physical healing methods for anything from headaches and neck pain to sports injuries, scoliosis, carpal tunnel, frozen shoulders, flat feet and more.
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PhysioCentral – Physiotherapy, sports physiotherapy, myotherapy, Pilates and more
PhysioCentral’s three clinics offer an extensive range of services, with everything from physiotherapy to sports physiotherapy, Pilates and women’s health-specific services available. Expect specialists, private treatment rooms and a spacious and fully equipped Pilates and exercise studio, depending on the location.
PhysioMotion – Physiotherapy, Pilates, massage and stretches and more
PhysioMotion’s motto is “health and fitness through movement” with a holistic approach that starts with a biomechanics assessment to find the primary cause of your issues and fully understand your needs (like pain management, athletic pursuits, enhanced performance). Treatments here include physiotherapy, massage and stretches, and Pilates amongst more.
PhysioMotion (Central), 4/F, Kailey Tower, 16 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2525 8168
PhysioMotion (YUN WELLNESS at Island Shangri-La), Level 8, Island Shangri-La, Two Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong, physiomotion.com.hk
Prohealth Sport and Spinal Physiotherapy Centres – Sports physiotherapy, breast cancer recovery aid, Pilates and more
Prohealth Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy Centres specialises in a wide range of treatments, from spinal conditions to sports injuries. Every treatment is highly personalised to help you achieve the best outcomes and recover faster from your injuries or conditions.
Prohealth Sport and Spinal, 1201, 15/F & 1901, Winway Building, 50 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2530 0073
More Physiotherapy Services In Hong Kong
- Alive Wellness — Integrative approach, with holistic physiotherapy. www.alivewellness.hk
- Restore Integrative Medical Clinic — Functional medicine clinic with services like physiotherapy and more. restoreintegrativemedical.com
- Cosman Health Group – Integrated approach with physio, osteopathy, chiropractic and foot orthotics services. www.chirofascia.com
- Quality Health Care – Women’s health physiotherapy, acupuncture, sports injury management, shockwave therapy and more. www.qhms.com
- The Round Clinic – Physio, women’s health-specific physiotherapy. www.theroundclinic.com
Editor’s Note: Parts of this article were taken and amended from “Physiotherapy In Hong Kong For All The Family” by Danielle Tucker-Roberts on our sister site Sassy Mama Hong Kong. It was most recently updated for Sassy Hong Kong in August 2023 by Sakina Abidi. A similar article also exists on our sister site Sassy Mama Hong Kong.
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Main image courtesy of Yan Krukau via Pexels, image 1 courtesy of MOTO Studio, image 2 courtesy of Yan Krukau via Pexels, image 3 courtesy of Momentum via Facebook, image 4 courtesy of PhysioCentral via Facebook, image 5 courtesy of Sincerely Media via Unsplash.