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Mr. Eyckle Chun Ho WONG



Senior Clinical Associate

Office: 2/F, School of Medical and Health Science, Nelson Court, 45 Waterloo Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel : (852) 3725 6237
Email : [email protected]


Mr. Eyckle Wong graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1994. He has worked as a Registered Physiotherapist in public and private settings for more than 25 years. He specialized in cardiopulmonary, gerontology and palliative area. He has also had extensive experience in disease group exercise management, e.g. cardiac rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation, diabetes exercise management, weight reduction program, physical fitness program and palliative rehabilitation care.
He has been invited to present talks in relation to physiotherapy and exercises for the public and for professional bodies. He has also acted as a visiting lecturer in local universities previously.
Aging population is the key issue in Hong Kong. He shows a strong professional interest to contribute in the service development in gerontology and palliative care.

Diploma in Acupuncture, Sun Yat Sen University
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Master of Business Administration (Health Services Management), Central Queensland University, Australia
Master of Social Science (Gerontology), The University of Hong Kong

Professional Qualifications/ Memberships:
Registered Physiotherapist in Hong Kong
Member of The Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association
Member of The Hong Kong Physiotherapists' Union

Teaching Areas:
Cardiopulmonary, Mental Health, Geriatrics

Community Participation and Achievement :
Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association, Chairperson of Cardiopulmonary Specialty Group, (2014-2018)
Community Medical and Education Services Association, Member
Hong Kong Road Safety Association, Training Department, Chief Supervisor
Hong Kong Leiomyosarcoma Foundation Limited, Director

Development of a non-pharmacological based Chinese acupoints fatigue management program for patients with advanced chronic illness, October 2013, Hong Kong Society of Palliative Medicine.

Implementation of Breathlessness Management (BMP) as a non-pharmacological approach in dyspnea management in advanced COPD and CHF, Oct 2012, Hong Kong Society of Palliative Medicine.

The role of low-level light therapy of Pain management in Physiotherapy, Hong Kong Pain Society, Electronic Bulletin, August, 2012.

Yeung, F. K. C., Chou, K.-L., & Wong, Eyckle CH (2006). Characteristics associated with fear of falling in Hong Kong Chinese elderly residing in care and attention homes. Clinical Gerontologist, 29(3), 83-98.

Wong Eyckle CH (2003). A Study on Fears of Falling in Old Age Home Centre, Dissertation of Master Module, The University of Hong Kong, DOI: 10.5353/th_b3197946


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