Lillian Lau

M.Man.Thpy, BAppSc(Phty)

APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Clinical Pilates Instructor, Practice Principal

Lillian graduated from Sydney University in 2006, with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy. Lillian’s experience includes rehabilitation with work related injuries and exercise prescription/rehabilitation for a wide variety of orthopaedic and sports related conditions, as well as extensive work in private practice.

With a particular interest in referred pain, neck dysfunction and general spinal/pelvic conditions, Lillian went on to complete her Masters in Manual Therapy in 2010 through the University of Western Australia. She is also experienced in a variety of specialised Physiotherapy and Osteopathy techniques including McKenzie, Mulligans, MET, Fascial and Visceral Manipulation and Acupuncture.

Lillian has also completed level 1 of the Watson Headache Institute training for assessment and management of headaches.

Hai Ngo

BAppSc(Phty)

APA Senior Physiotherapist, Level 2 Sports Physio, Clinical Educator 

Hai graduated from Sydney University in 2006 and has worked in the public hospital system and extensively in private practice. 

With a keen interest in peripheral injuries, Hai is not only skilled in a variety of manual techniques but his experience working with specialist doctors has helped build his knowledge of rehabilitating a wide variety of orthopaedic and sports injuries, allowing him to help his patients set up the best rehabilitation and exercise programs to return to full function. 

Hai also has a particular interest in sporting injuries and has currently completed level 1 and 2 of the APA Sports Physiotherapy courses. 

Hai has been a clinical supervisor and educator of junior physiotherapists for many years and has worked in large multidisciplinary clinics closely with specialists and a variety of allied health professionals. He keeps all the Physio's at Annandale Physiotherapy up to date with the current evidence based practices through his role as clinical educator and continues to provide education for junior physios for a large multidiscplinary clinic. 

 

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