Designation: Lecturer and Deputy Director
Department: Department of Orthpaedics and Traumatology
University: The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Country: Hong Kong
Dr. Anthony Wai-leung Kwok is the Deputy director and lecturer of the postgraduate studies programme in Musculoskeletal Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and the adjunct professor at the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, Hangzhou Wanxiang Polytechnic and adjunct associate professor, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is the fellow of the Safety Institute of Australia, the fellow of the Australian College of Health Service Management, the fellow of Hong Kong College of Health Service Executives, member of the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association and member of the Hong Kong Ergonomics Society. He has published many articles in internationally acclaimed journals, one chapter in an osteoporosis textbook, two chapters in rehabilitation manuals, and attended over 50 conference presentations. He received more than 3 research related awards. He also has substantial experience working with the NIH-funded Mr. OS Project.
His research interests focuses on osteoporosis care and control, TCM and falls prevention, integrative medicine for cartilage degeneration and regeneration, TCM and sports rehabilitation, applying TCM in work rehabilitation and injuries prevention, application of acupuncture in treating COPD, acupuncture for pain relief in arthritis, TCM for frozen shoulder, the accuracy of acupuncture point findings, the meta-analysis of the treatment effects of acupressure/acupuncture.
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