Antony Lung (Master of Physiotherapy)

Languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin

Antony Lung is passionate in sports, nutrition and health. He graduated from Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition Science at UQ in 2014 and a Master degree in Physiotherapy Studies in 2016. Antony is an AHPRA registered Physiotherapist (Registration # PHY0002073303), and he is also a member of Australian Physiotherapy Association. He has a clinical focus in musculoskeletal and sport injury management. His treatment techniques includes manual therapy (Maitland’s joint mobilisation technique, Mulligan mobilisation with movement technique, soft tissue massage, trigger point release, muscle energy technique, EMMETT therapies), Dry needling, electrotherapy (ultrasound, TENs, IFT, Laser, heat and cold therapy), shockwave therapy, taping etc.

“Hi, Shalom, I am Antony, I believed that helping people in understand their musculoskeletal conditions and find strategies to manage and treat them as best as I can is the meaning of being a physiotherapist and fulfil part of our belief to love other as ourselves. Therefore, I am always reading, learning and seeking the latest evidenced based best practice in treating sports injuries, occupational overused injuries and chronic (ongoing) musculoskeletal pain.

  • I personally play golf (lowest Hcap-scratch), tennis, basketball, soccer, I love running, sprinting, swimming, parkour, rock climb and more. Therefore, as an athlete, I am interest in helping other athletes in recovering from injuries, prevent future episodes and improves their performance.
  • I also see a lot of patients with occupational overused injuries such as plantar fasciitis and tennis elbows with chiefs or sales, neck and back pain with office workers and more. I love the challenge of finding time efficient, personalised strategies to improve their conditions during and after work.
  • The latest trend of evidence based treatment for pain, in specific with chronic (ongoing) lower back pain, is using cognitive functional therapy (CFT), and I am looking forward to help more people with their chronic (ongoing) musculoskeletal pain with the integration of CFT into my practice of manual, electrophysical and exercise therapy.”
  • Lately, I have attended the 3 days Watson Headache® Institute, Level 1 Foundation Headache Course titled “The Role of C1-C3 Cervical Afferents in Primary Headache”, it has been a great experience to learn how to help people with ongoing headache and migraine conditions with amazing results.

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For more information about cognitive functional therapy (CFT): http://www.pain-ed.com/healthcare-professionals/cognitive-functional-therapy-publications/

For more information about my experience with Watson Headache® Institute:  https://www.sunnybankphysiotherapy.com.au/do-you-have-migraine-or-headache/

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