About Me

About Me



  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy, University of Canberra
  • ⁠Bachelor of Sports Science, University of Canberra
  • ⁠Master of Sports Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • ⁠The Postgraduate diploma of Physical Education, Hong Kong Baptist University
  • ⁠The diploma in Football Medicine, FIFA
  • ⁠The level 2 of Sports Physiotherapy, APA
  • ⁠GLA:D registered physiotherapist, GLA:D Australia

Mr. Kwong-yan, Cheung (Kwong) is an Australian trained physiotherapist with the Bachelor of Sports Science, the Bachelor of Physiotherapy and the Master of Sports Medicine degrees. He is also qualified to run the GLA:D program to manage knee and hip osteoarthritis. He obtains the APA Sports Physio level 2 and ASCA level 1 strength and conditioning. He is the Canberra Raiders’ Juniors’ teams’ physiotherapist (SG Ball and HM), and the Belconnen United Football (Men) teams’ head physiotherapist. And, he was involved in other teams previously: including Gungahlin Jets, Canberra United Academy, Wests Rugby, West Australian Futsal National teams, and Hong Kong Hockey Women National team.

He is interested in sports injuries, arthritis, lower back pain, and neuromuscular conditions management. He has seen many patients with ACL injuries, and he is confident to help with the patients with different treatment options, and he successfully rehabbed patients with ACL full thickness tear conservatively to return to top level contact sports. He does the isokinetic test in Canberra, which is the gold standard measurements for players to return to sports from injuries.

He was a competitive rower, representing Hong Kong Rowing Youth National Team when he was 15 years old, and stopped due to chronic lower back pain. And, he also obtained coaching qualification in rowing and basketball, and coached the basketball and rowing teams in Radford college and Canberra Grammar School when he was in the university. He has followed English Premier League Arsenal since he was young, and he is still doing a lot of 10km running, swimming and basketball.

He provides manual therapies, exercise programs, load building and rehabilitation in his services. He can access the hydrotherapy in University of Canberra Hospital.

Contact Us

Weston Creek - Health Space Weston
Unit 14-15, 14 Brierly st, Weston ACT 2611
Monday & Thursday (9am to 4pm)

Gungahlin - Bruce Sports Medicine
9 Victoria Street, Hall ACT 2618
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday (9am to 5pm)

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