After finishing her undergraduate studies, Lily continued to pursue further education in the field of healthcare, and obtained her Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia.
Post graduation, Lily has taken numerous continuing education courses focusing on a wide variety of topics including the low back, lower limbs, neck, and shoulder. She is certified in assessing and treating various vestibular conditions (dizziness, vertigo, imbalance, etc.). She is also excited to add acupuncture and dry needling as a treatment option for suitable patients. She is able to speak English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.
In the private clinic setting, she has treated mostly sports related injuries, work related injuries, and motor vehicle accidents related injuries but also has some work experience with children and adults with neurological conditions. Her experience include working with Special Olympics BC as a fitness coach. She has over 12 months of international work experience in Southeast Asia, China, Australia, and New Zealand and volunteered with various sports teams and rehabilitation specialists to advance her own skills and knowledge.
During her spare time, she enjoys hiking, running, playing recreational squash or badminton, indoor cycling, cooking new healthy recipes, going to boot camp or working out at the gym, and travelling around the world. She has a special passion for running so she is a regular participant of running races and long distance events.
She has treated mostly sports related injuries, work related injuries, and motor vehicle accidents related injuries and vestibular conditions. She aims to decrease her patients’ level of pain, improve their movement patterns, increase their quantity of movements, improve their strength, and allow them to achieve optimal function.
Robert Chow, BKin, MPT
Lily Wu, MPT, CAFCI
Certified in Acupuncture
Robert completed his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at the University of Calgary, and obtained his Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia. He has had experience working with a wide variety of people ranging from the young athlete and weekend warrior to the geriatric population in residential care facilities. He is passionate about helping people manage their pain and working together with them to get their bodies moving again.
Robert’s treatment approach combines manual therapy, soft tissue release, and Functional Dry Needling with therapeutic exercise prescription.
In his spare time, you can find Robert watching movies, looking for good food, and finding new ways to stay active.
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