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Sports Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine Management
Sports Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine Management

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大吉大利 Happy Lunar New Year!
May the Year of the Rooster bring you happiness and fruitful experiences
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Happy 2017! We start the new year with an interview feature on Austin Smith, the Facility Manager and Coach at Pinnacle Performance, Hong Kong. For the past few years, SPI therapists led by SPI Director Philippa Stewart have been working with Pinnacle to provide physiotherapy services for their members. This February, Philippa (together with ProHealth Asia) will welcome a new venture in Manila, the Philippines, whereby a new facility in Makati City with Pinnacle Performance and ProHealth Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy Centres will open its doors! Stay tuned for our updates, but in the meantime, read on about what makes Pinnacle the leading strength and conditioning performance gym in Hong Kong!
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One of the most wonderful times of the year, Christmas is about your ‘Presence’ for family and friends, instead of presents. So have a great time!
Happy holidays from everyone at SPI ProHealth!
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The iconic Hong Kong Golf Club, situated in Fanling near the China border, played host once again to the UBS Hong Kong Open which is joint-sanctioned between the Asian and European Tours. It has a long history of dramatic golf played in perfect weather, and celebrations on the popular terrace overlooking the putting green enhanced by free-flowing beer! This year SPI physiotherapists Philippa Stewart, Barbara Denson and Par Risberg, ably assisted by sports therapy interns, worked hard treating the players during the day but relaxed in the evening amongst their colleagues and the golf fans. Even Santa managed to visit the course! http://ow.ly/i/pSHEz http://ow.ly/i/pSHEG http://ow.ly/i/pSHER http://ow.ly/i/pSHEW
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This month’s sports feature is a very heart-warming, personal report of her first international sports event from one of THEi Sports Therapist interns, Ting Ting. Read about her adventure and stay tuned to more of her journeys with SPI ProHealth.
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There was a change in format last week when the four regions of Europe, Australia, Korea and Japan gathered together to play a women's team golf event at the stunning Miyoshi Country Club in Aichi, Japan. The Queen's presented by Kowa was eventually won by Korea after their play off with Japan. SPI physiotherapist Thanh Tran was there looking after Team Europe which finished in third position, and is seen here having a cheeky putting lesson from Isabelle Boineau of France! http://ow.ly/i/pLOyj http://ow.ly/i/pLOyr http://ow.ly/i/pLOyC http://ow.ly/i/pLOyI
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Last night the Asian Tour staff took the opportunity for an end-of-the-year celebration party in Saikung! Everyone is in town for the final event on the tour schedule, the UBS Hong Kong Open, so a fun evening for the supports teams including the scoring, television, physiotherapy, administration and weather departments. We also want to welcome new SPI staff members Ann Julie Dugas from Montreal (Canada) and Vinci Choi, THEi sports therapy intern helping out at the event. http://ow.ly/i/pHmy6 http://ow.ly/i/pHmyk
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SPI Prohealth is working with another new client this month, the Hong Kong Lawn Bowls Association! Lucky Sports Therapist Letty Chan is in New Zealand for the World Bowls Championships being held in Christchurch and will look after all the health aspects of the 5 men and 5 women team for 3 weeks. Here she is pictured onsite stretching Jason Choi who plays in the men's skip in the fours. Go Hong Kong! http://ow.ly/i/pnQMX http://ow.ly/i/pnQN3
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SPI physiotherapist Sarah Whitehead travelled back to her native Africa last week as the Hong Kong senior men's team played Kenya in two important 50-over matches in the ICC WCLC series. One win and one loss has moved Hong Kong up to 3rd position in the global competition which will continue next February in Hong Kong against The Netherlands. http://ow.ly/i/pfzCH http://ow.ly/i/pfzCM http://ow.ly/i/pfzCS http://ow.ly/i/pfzD1
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