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Welcome to Movewell

We are a brand new clinic located at Sheung Wan, formed by experienced physiotherapists and sports therapists.

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Vision and Mission

‘Move to heal, heal to move’ is our core value. We believe exercise is the key to treating an injury.


High quality therapy sessions not only treat pain but also the cause of an injury. This is our company vision; to treat the root of an injury and thus enhance the wellness of our valued clients. 



Providing injury assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and education. Helps our clients to restore movement and function when they are affected by injury, illness or disability. 


  • Instrument: ultrasound, radio frequency, short wave, interferential therapy, cupping

  • Manual Therapy: Joint mobilization, manipulation, soft tissue release

  • Dry needling (Difference between acupuncture, IG post)

  • Rehabilitation exercise


Sports Therapy

Utilizing the principles of sport and exercise science for injury prevention and rehabilitation. 


  • Provide immediate care for sports events

  • Manual Therapy: Joint mobilization, soft tissue release, sports massage and stretching

  • Rehabilitation and return to training program


Personal Training

Plan and implement the training program for particular purposes such as muscle hypertrophy, strength and endurance. 


Sports massage and stretching

Soft tissue release can improve the blood circulation to target muscles and facilitate the relaxation.

The Team


  • Dereck Fu

Sports Therapist

  • Max Yeung

  • Terry Leung

  • Jaden Chung


  • Ted Yip

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Max was born and raised in Hong Kong and completed his BSocSc (Hons) in Sports and Recreation Management (specialization in Sports Therapy). With his wide experience in sports therapy, he serves different elite level athletes around the world since 2016 and he is actively engaged in many sports events, he is currently serving as the team therapist of Hong Kong Cricket Team and he has traveled with professional tennis players to different international tournament including ITF, WTA, etc. dealing with different sports injuries, injury prevention and post-injury rehabilitation program and immediate pitch-side care.


Special Interest

  • Sports massage and stretching

  • Lower back pain

  • Sports injuries

  • Injury prevention and post-injury rehabilitation

  • On-field support for individuals or sports team


Certification and
Educational Background

  • BSosc (Hons) in Sports and Recreation Management: specialization in Sports Therapy

  • Member of The Society of Sports Therapist (UK)

  • Immediate Care in Sports Level 1&2

  • Certified Personal Trainer (NASM)

  • Kinesiology Taping (OMT Training)

  • IASTM (OMT Training)

  • Proprioceptive Deep Tendon Reflex, Foundation (P-DTR)

  • Mulligan Manual Therapy Concept

Max Yeung

Dereck Fu

After his physiotherapy training in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Dereck also completed his Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) from Curtin University, Australia and accreditation in Level 1 strength and conditioning coach under the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA). 


His service in both the public and private health sector provided him with experience in treating different musculoskeletal, orthopedics and sports conditions such as volleyball, soccer, Taekwondo and handball players from amateur to elite level.


These exposures enriched his practice, considering the psychosocial, biomechanical and training load aspect of the clients’ story with different skill sets such as manual therapy, acupuncture and exercise therapy. 


Special interest

  • Manual therapy

  • Chronic pain management

  • Sports injury rehabilitation



  • BSc (Hons) in physiotherapy (HKPU)

  • Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) (Curtin, Australia)

  • Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach (ASCA)

  • Accredited Acupuncture Practitioner (HKPA)

  • Mulligan Concept Manual Therapy

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Terry Leung

Terry graduated from the Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong in 2016 with a BSocSc in Sports and Recreation Management under the specialization of Sports Therapy. He has been working as a sports therapist for six years, providing assessment, treatment and rehabilitation to different elite and amateur athletes. He has treated athletes in different sports events such as ATP 250 Chengdu Open, Clearwater Bay Open, ITF pro circuit, Hong Kong Rugby Seven etc. He is familiar with sports massage and stretching, helping people recover from injury faster and efficiently.


Special interest

  • Pitch side support for sports

  • Manage ankle and knee injuries

  • Plan and implement rehabilitation program

  • Manual therapy


  • BSosc (Hons) in Sports and Recreation Management: specialization in Sports Therapy

  • Member of The Society of Sports Therapist (UK)

  • Immediate Care in Sports Level 1 & 2

  • Neurokinetic Therapy Level 1 & 2

  • Proprioceptive Deep Tendon Reflex, Foundation (P-DTR)


Common Injuries


Neck Pain

General term indicating the pain around the neck, often aggravated by holding a prolonged bad posture e.g. working with your phone, driving, etc. The muscles around the neck may become tight and spasm. And found it difficult to move the head. 



De Quervain syndrome

Presented with pain and tenderness on the thumb side of the wrist and may radiate to the forearm. Sometimes the movement is restricted because of the tendon is thickened and swollen.



Lateral ankle sprain

May feel pain, swelling after rolling the ankle. It is because the ligaments on the outside of the foot are being tear. For high grading of ligament injury, the patient may not easily put the weight on the affected leg.

Neck Pain



Our neck supports the weight of the head, neck pain would be caused by the injury of muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, nerves and even disease/cancer.

The risk factors including the followings

  • Bad posture causes the muscles to overuse and has a higher risk to strain the muscles.

  • Joint degeneration and herniated disc may cause nerve impingement.

  • Neck injury such as whiplash, a quick and sudden head movement from backward to forward. 



If the neck pain is induced after prolonged working, it might be easier treated by soft tissue release (e.g. sports massage, stretching) and increased body awareness. It often needs a muscle strengthening program to maintain a better posture.

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De Quervain syndrome

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The cause of the De Quervain syndrome is not established. But performing rapid repetitive activities involving pinching, grasping, pulling or pushing have been considered at increased risk.


Quick check

Finkeistein test, grasps and ulnar deviates the hand when the client holds the thumb within a fist. Positive sign: sharp pain occurs along the thumb side.



Inflammation and pain management

Muscles release

Muscles strengthening 

Lateral ankle


Rolling the ankle inward would put too much stress on the ligaments of the lateral ankle, anterior tibiofibular ligament (ATFL), posterior tibiofibular ligament (PTFL) and calcaneofibular ligament (CFL). As a result, these ligaments may tear or even completely torn. Landing on another’s foot during basketball, volleyball is one of the common way to sprain the ankle


Quick check

If there is any pain/tenderness over the bony part of the ankle, including the lateral & medial malleolus, fifth metatarsal and navicular bone (Ottawa ankle rule) may be considered for X-ray check up. Ankle anterior drawer test is used to check the laxity of anterior tibiofibular ligament (ATFL).



If the injury involving bone injury may need immobilization for weeks/months to let the bone recover by itself. Protection, Optimal Loading, Ice, Compression and Elevation (POLICE) is used to manage the acute injury. It is recommended to start the rehabilitation program as soon as possible when the pain is tolerated. 

Contact Us



Opening Hours

Movewell 運動及物理治療中心

19/F Yat Chau Building,
262 Des Voeux Road Central,
Sheung Wan,Hong Kong 

+852 94911217

Mon - Fri

8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Instagram: @movewell_stc
Facebook: @movewell


9:00 am – 7:00 pm


9:00 am – 9:00 pm

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