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Left: Jessica Burrows, soloist of Hong Kong Ballet
Right: Natalie Ogonek,
Ballerina of Royal Swedish Ballet

Gordon Tsang

Registered Physiotherapist

(UK, HK)

Clinical Pilates Teacher

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Left: Dr. Ina Chan Un Chan, the third wife of Dr. Stanley Ho

Jenny Chan

Registered Physiotherapist (HK)

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Gordon Tsang

Registered Physiotherapist (HK, UK)

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Gordon Tsang is a HK and UK registered 

Physiotherapist who obtained double Master Degrees, including a Master in Physiotherapy at Leeds Beckett University, the United Kingdom and a Master of Science in Sports Medicine and Health Science at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

He has been the official 

Pilates teacher of Hong Kong Ballet since 2012. 

 

Gordon's medical 

background and experience make his Pilates therapy unique and helpful for patients, including the professional dancers and celebrities who need specific treatment in rehabilitation from chronic pain, injury, surgery and posture issues. Besides,

He specialises in 

treating patients with core 

weakness and chronic

back pain using the equipment-based Pilates programme.

Jenny Chan

Registered Physiotherapist (HK)

JENNY CHAN is a registered Physiotherapist in Hong Kong since 2003. 

 

She obtained double master degree, which included East and West Medicine.

 

In 2003 and 2007, She obtained the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Physiotherapy and the Master of Science in Manipulative Physiotherapy at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She then obtained the Master of Chinese Medicine in Acupuncture and Moxibustion at University of Hong Kong in 2017. 

 

In November, 2010, she founded Perfect Pointe Physiotherapy with her partner in order to help patients with a holistic treatment approach, which included East meet West treatment, Clinical Pilates exercise therapy and Sports Therapy.

Jenny was involved in various world-class sports and dance events in Hong Kong. She worked as an on-site physiotherapist for Hong Kong Rugby Seven 2006 -2008, Watson’s Water Champion Challenge 2006-2007, JP Group Tennis Open 2008 and Hong Kong Art Festival 2013 and 2014,etc. She is actively involved in backstage physiotherapy work in different International Dance Event and Festival in Hong Kong.

She is also the physiotherapy consultant of Hong Kong Ballet since 2007.

She started writing Dance Anatomy article for Hong Kong Dance Magazine in 2020

to educate dancers to prevent injury and enhance performance.