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Ms. Annie Man Sum WU


Senior Clinical Associate

Office: 2/F, School of Medical and Health Science, Nelson Court, 45 Waterloo Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel : 3725 6236
Email : [email protected]


Ms. Annie WU is a registered physiotherapist in Hong Kong. She acquired two master’s degrees (Clinical Gerontology, Stroke and Clinical Neuroscience) at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She also obtained a post-graduation Diploma in rehabilitation technology, advanced post-graduation training in cardiopulmonary care, and a diploma in acupuncture. She is the clinical examiner for Hong Kong Physiotherapy Board.

Ms. Wu is an experienced physiotherapist serving the Hospital Authority since graduation. She has extensive clinical experience in Physiotherapy, especially in neurologic rehabilitation, geriatric care, cardiopulmonary care and community physiotherapy. She assisted her previous Physiotherapy Department to achieve hospital accreditation. She played an active role in developing various Physiotherapy service guidelines within the Hospital Authority. She is dedicated to quality patient care, which led her to win the Most Appreciated Allied Health Staff Award during her clinical practice in Hospital Authority.

She is passionate to transfer knowledge and share her clinical experience to young learners. She was the clinical educator for Physiotherapy students in the local university and university in mainland. Her career goal is to nurture competent and caring physiotherapists for society.

Master of Science in Stroke and Clinical Neuroscience, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Master of Science in Clinical Gerontology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Post-grad Diploma in Healthcare (Rehab. Technology), Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Professional Diploma in Physiotherapy. Hong Kong Polytechnic
Advanced Specialty Certificate in Cardiopulmonary. IAAHS, Hospital Authority
Diploma in Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Hong Kong Institute of Pain

Professional Qualifications/ Memberships:
Registered Physiotherapist in Hong Kong
Member of The Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association
Member of Hong Kong Thoracic Society

Teaching Areas:
Clinical Neuroscience, Neurology, Geriatrics, Rehabilitation, Community Physiotherapy

Community Participation and Achievement:
Examiner, Hong Kong Physiotherapist Board
Executive committee member of Geriatric Specialty Group, Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association

Research interest:
Neurologic rehabilitation, Geriatric rehabilitation


  1. Chan D, et al. (2000). Physiotherapy Guideline in acute COPD version 1. Physiotherapy Central Coordinating Committee, Hospital Authority.
  2. Poon P, et al (2012). Physiotherapy Guideline in acute COPD version 2. Physiotherapy Central Coordinating Committee, Hospital Authority.
  3. Wu MSA. (2015). Operation Guideline of Supporting and Enhancing Competence of Physiotherapy Practice, New Territory East Cluster, Hospital Authority
  4. 胡文心(2014) 。先醫其心,後治其身。在盧敏。「半邊人」漫長康復之路。

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