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Vienn Chan – Physiotherapist

I have been a physiotherapist for 10 years in Hong Kong and Australia. In addition to my Master’s degree in Clinical Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) from Curtin, I also hold a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy from Hong Kong, a diploma in acupuncture and a certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy. I have also trained in Pelvic health and vestibular rehabilitation.

To provide high-quality care, I make sure a thorough assessment is undertaken to get to the root of my client’s health issues. I provide in-depth education, prescribe tailored exercises and provide hands-on treatment to empower and help my clients to achieve their goals. I also integrate clinical pilates and Eastern treatment methods, such as cupping and acupuncture.

I also have a level 3 qualification in Neurokinetic Therapy, which is an effective treatment approach for treating recurrent pain and movement dysfunction.

Outside of work, I am always active in the indoor volleyball league (WVAL). I enjoy helping my teammates and volleyball friends with their injuries. I also work with other athletes in different sports such as netball, footy, soccer, golf and basketball.


Besides English, I also speak fluent Cantonese and Mandarin.

Special Musculoskeletal Interests (Acute to Complex Chronic cases):

  • Back & Neck pain
  • Shoulder and elbow pain
  • Hip, knee and ankle pain
  • Jaw pain (TMJ pain)
  • Headaches
  • Neurokinetic Therapy 
  • Pregnancy pain
  • Sports injuries (e.g. ligament strain, muscle strain, overuse)
  • Clinical Pilates
  • Dry needling and Acupuncture
  • Chinese and Modern Cupping

Vestibular Rehabilitation/Vertigo treatment:

  • BPPV
  • Cervicogenic dizziness
  • Vestibular hypofunction
  • Post-concussion or whiplash dizziness
  • Post-operative rehabilitation of the vestibular system (e.g. removal of vestibular schwannoma)
To make an appointment with Vienn, please call us on (08) 9384 1555 or click here to book online.

Articles by Vienn:

Vestibular Neuritis: Understanding the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Vestibular Neuritis: Understanding the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Vestibular neuritis is a disorder characterised by inflammation of the vestibular nerve (eighth cranial nerve), which connects the inner ear to the brain. This inflammation disrupts the transmission of signals from the inner ear to the brain, leading to problems with balance and spatial orientation. Vestibular neuritis is typically unilateral, affecting one ear, and can cause sudden and severe symptoms. Depending on severity and treatment, the symptom can last several days to months for all vestibular symptoms to completely resolve.
Unlock Your Body’s Full Potential with Neurokinetic Therapy

Unlock Your Body’s Full Potential with Neurokinetic Therapy

Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) is taking the world by storm, offering a game-changing solution to pain relief and improved movement.
What is BPPV?

What is BPPV?

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo(BPPV) is the most common vestibular disorder. Many people suffer from it without realising that it can be treatable. BPPV occurs when small calcium crystals, known as otoconia, become dislodged from their usual location within the inner ear. These crystals can enter one of the three semicircular canals, disrupting the normal flow of fluid and sending false signals to the brain about head movement and orientation, resulting in a brief sensation of vertigo.