Tired of the pain of slow recovery after a surgery or an injury? Try the new advanced technique of Pilates Physiotherapy treatment by O:RIN studio Hong Kong. O:RIN offers certified physiotherapist that incorporates Pilates, GYROTONIC®, and Manual Therapy with physiotherapy for better quick rehabilitation.
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy, also known as physio treatment, is a science-based therapeutic approach that help people suffer from a disability, illness, or injury. Physiotherapy can also help to relieve pain, such as back pain and other long-term injuries and conditions, such as asthma. With a qualified physiotherapist, it is more effective with other physiotherapy exercises. The results are sure to multiply tenfold.
This is what O:RIN Physiotherapy Hong Kong has to offer. A professional physiotherapy treatment is conducted by our registered physiotherapist in Hong Kong, who is also certified in teaching body-mind workouts. So, this means you get to reap the benefits of physio as well as sessions that provide increased stability and mobility of the spine and joint area.
If traditional therapy has failed to provide you with any benefit, try our special physio treatment led by a qualified physiotherapist, that is a perfect combination of various body-mind exercises.
O:RIN Physiotherapist - Karie
Karie began her physiotherapist career in Hong Kong’s public hospitals, where she was exposed to a wide range of clinical situations and experiences. In 2014, she opened her practice, focusing on a patient-centered, holistic rehabilitation approach during physio treatment.
Karie as a physiotherapist is particularly interested in treating musculoskeletal issues such as neck and back pain, sports injuries, and post-operative rehabilitation. Karie considers manual physio therapy one of the most effective approaches for assisting patients’ recovery, as evidenced by her broad clinical training in Australia. However, she believes that a musculoskeletal illness can only be treated through physio if both soft tissue and joint problems are addressed; as a result, she takes advantage of the opportunity to expand her knowledge and skills in myofascial treatments with the Structural Integration School – Anatomy Trains. Aside from treating patients with her hands during physio, Karie is a certified professional acupuncture practitioner who believes it may aid with pain reduction and healing in both acute and chronic diseases.
Karie argues that exercise is an integral part of the rehabilitation process during physiotherapy treatment. She began her physiotherapist adventure in 2009 and has since earned certifications as a BASI Pilates, DMA Clinical Pilates, and Polestar Pilates (comprehensive/rehabilitation) instructor, as well as becoming an MIT for Polestar. Karie additionally incorporates GYROTONIC® exercises into her physio and rehabilitation programs since she recognizes the system’s significant influence on body movement re-education.
BSc Physiotherapy (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
MSc Manipulative Physiotherapy (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Diploma in Clinical Acupuncture (HKU SPACE)
Polestar Pilates Comprehensive Instructor (rehabilitation series)
Mentor-in-training of Polestar Pilates Comprehensive Series
DMA Clinical Pilates Instructor
BASI Matwork Pilates Instructor
Certificate of Pre/Postnatal Pilates Specialist Program (The Centre For Women’s Fitness)
Certified GYROTONIC® Instructor (Level 1, Level 2 Program 1, Level 2 Program 2 and Specialized Equipment: Jumping-Stretching Board)
Certified International Schroth 3D Scoliosis Therapist (ISST)
Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (Manual Concepts, Australia)
Diploma of Anatomy Trains Structural Bodywork (Part 1 & 2)
Certificate of Sling Myofascial Training Foundation Education
Certification of McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (Both Part A&B)
Certification of Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (Dry Needling)
Certificate in Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndrome (Washington University, US)
Certified AASFP Exercise Ball Instructor
O:RIN Physiotherapy Hong Kong
Physiotherapy trial fee: $880
Frequently Asked Questions
Physiotherapy treatment provided by O:RIN Physiotherapy Hong Kong Studio is covered by insurance. We can provide you with an official receipt that has your full name for the physiotherapy treatment sessions you purchase with the signature of our registered physiotherapist Hong Kong.
* Please note that physio HK clients should confirm the details with their health insurance providers first. O:RIN Physiotherapy HK will only provide the documentation needed.
We recommend clients stick with physiotherapy sessions first, especially if they have injuries or other medical conditions that require care and attention from a fully qualified physiotherapist in Hong Kong.
But if you grow more fond and interested in body-mind exercises (I know, we all do) and the physiotherapist’s schedule doesn’t allow it, we can also arrange a professional body-mind exercise instructor for you. Of course, O:RIN Physiotherapy HK works collaboratively as a team: the physiotherapist HK and the assigned instructor will communicate thoroughly and ensure the physio exercises are complementary.
O:RIN Physiotherapy HK does not recommend clients with injuries or other medical issues to join Group Class. If your finances allow, we will always suggest you stick with the physiotherapy treatment as your physiotherapist is most familiar with your body condition. The Group Class instructor might not be able to personalize the class for you.
If you insist on joining Group Class and present a medical certificate proving your physical capability to attend the class, you may also book for it at O:RIN. We also recommend you consult our physiotherapist or other professional healthcare providers.
O:RIN’s private physiotherapy trial fee is $880, 55mins long. After having your first physiotherapy session, you may consider our physio treatment deals at different rates. For more information, you may request the price list at O:RIN studio or message O:RIN Physiotherapy HK through WhatsApp.
People come to O:RIN Physiotherapy Hong Kong for many different reasons and purposes! Some are looking for (workplace) injury or surgery rehabilitation, some need sports physiotherapy, some receive pre-or-postnatal physio training.
Below are some common injuries or health issues our physiotherapist Hong Kong treats:
- Back pain
- Slipped disc
- Muscle overuse syndrome
- Muscle tears
- Knee surgery
If you are still unsure about joining our physiotherapy treatments or private body-mind exercise sessions, message O:RIN Physiotherapy HK through WhatsApp for more information about our Physiotherapy or specific Physiotherapist HK sessions.
Medical and Health Expertise
Physiotherapists in Hong Kong are experts in anatomy, movement, and injury management. These areas of physio knowledge allow the physiotherapist HK to modify, adjust and choose the safest and the best physio or body-mind exercises for an individual. In our Physio-led body-mind exercise classes, our physiotherapist offers expertise as a medical and health professional.
Catering to unique physique and specific injuries
Specific body-mind exercises are great for improving muscle strength and flexibility. However, although instructors of non-physio HK private classes are aware of the medical history of clients, they are not as specialized as a trained physiotherapist HK to look into details of one’s injuries and specific medical needs. This is where our physio treatment stands out from the rest.
A physically active and healthy person with no injuries or medical conditions can enjoy and benefit from a typical non-physio body-mind exercise class. Yet, individuals that are injured and have not exercised in a while might be more injury-prone. It is thus safer and highly recommended for these clients to attend our physiotherapy class with the full attention of a physiotherapist in Hong Kong.
Our physiotherapists avoid certain exercises for a person, for instance, with back pain due to a slipped disc, while not restraining all movements in the area to foster recovery during physio in Hong Kong. A qualified physiotherapist is thus crucial to ensure clients’ safety and achieve maximum results.
When it comes to physio treatments, O:RIN does not believe in shortcuts to bring temporary transformation or Band-Aid solutions; instead, our physio focuses on the symptoms to treat the issue or injury. On one hand, we utilize physiotherapy in HK to relieve pain and stiffness. On the other hand, our physiotherapist incorporates body-mind exercises into physiotherapy treatments to give you a more balanced muscular body, preparing you to experience relief from injury. This type of physio in Hong Kong not only allows you to target the discomfort now, but it is a long-term relief and prevention to other health issues you might be facing.
At O:RIN Physiotherapy Hong Kong, we believe in restoring energy and mobility for clients to move their bodies freely during physio treatment. Together with the fundamental principles of an array of body-mind exercises, our physiotherapist with multidisciplinary knowledge provides you with body assessment, diagnosis, manual physio HK therapy, and health education as well.
You might be shocked to learn how closely body-mind exercises and physiotherapy are related. It’s natural to put your fitness on hold as you recover from an accident and focus on putting your body back in functioning order through normal physio. However, body-mind exercises are more than simply a great workout regimen; many physiotherapy programs include comparable movements, and body-mind workouts can be a great way to start your rehabilitation during physio in Hong Kong. Clinical body-mind exercise instructors are common among physiotherapists, and they make many of the activities that aid in physiotherapy rehabilitation more accessible.
A variety of therapeutic methods are implemented by our physiotherapist HK. In her physio Hong Kong sessions, is designed to allow full range of motion and stability. While Pilates stabilizes your muscle, GYROTONIC® mobilizes your spine and joints three-dimensionally, spiraling away from the pain.