Julian Pang

About me:

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Julian is fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin and English. Julian originally attended the University of Sydney where he completed his sports and exercise science degree. This detailed knowledge of the human body fuelled his passion for healthcare which ultimately manifested itself in returning to the University of Sydney where he completed his Masters in Physiotherapy.

Julian joins Joint Dynamics having had extensive experience working in Singapore and Australia. He has worked with a variety of both musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, including industrial and sporting related injuries and has a particular interest in post operative rehabilitation and desk based problems.

He always uses his excellent communication skills to work with patients in enabling them to achieve their goals, whether it’s to an amateur or elite level.

Physio Philosophy:

Julian places a heavy emphasis on finding the root cause of a patient’s condition, offering an accurate diagnosis and talking through the prognosis of their condition. He utilises his therapeutic skills through a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription to guide patients to full recovery.

Julian believes that patient education is king. Patients often come into the clinic with misconceptions about their conditions, as they’ve self diagnosed through the internet or through their friends/peers experiences.

Once those misconceptions and burning questions have been laid to rest through a detailed explanation of their condition/symptoms, then this empowers the client to actively engage in the rehab process and therefore maximise their outcome.

Special Interest:

Sports injuries, low back pain, shoulder conditions, post operative rehabilitation

Training and Background:

BSc Sports & Exercise Science – University of Sydney

MSc Physiotherapy – University of Sydney

APPI level 1 Matwork Pilates

Dry Needling Certification

Favourite activities:

Football and scuba diving

Guilty pleasures:

I like to eat whip cream on its own

Pet Peeve:

People not doing their dishes