Winnie Ng

Winnie is a fun, bubbly person and a confident, enthusiastic and highly motivated physiotherapist deeply committed to delivering quality care and continually improving her already extensive knowledge and skill base.

Since graduating from Auckland University of Technology (AUT) in 2010 Winnie has gained considerable experience working as a physiotherapist in private practice and with a range of recreational and elite athletes and has worked closely with a variety of sport teams including rugby, netball, indoor soccer, and badminton. Winnie has a special interest in hand, wrist and elbow injuries and has completed a Hand and Upper Limb Therapy paper at AUT and is currently completing her Masters in Health Practice majoring in Western Acupuncture. She particularly enjoys treating neck, knee and ankle injuries and has a special interest in treating chronic pain, neuropathies, arthritis, whip lash and disc injuries.

Winnie has experience working with the elderly and in retirement villages and enjoys sharing her knowledge with the residents about the benefits of exercise and staying active.

Winnie was born in Hong Kong and grew up in New Zealand before relocating to Perth in 2014. She is fluent in both English and Cantonese.