Carmen K.M. Yeung
Carmen is a Physiotherapist and a Center Manager for the Asian Fitness Therapy Center (AFTC) and Lecturer for Asian Academy for Sports and Fitness Professional (AASFP). She graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPU) with a First Class Honours Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy and obtained the Advanced Personal Fitness Trainer certification (AASFP) in the same year. In 2007, she completed her Master Degree in Sports Physiotherapy at the Curtin University of Technology in Australia. She also achieved a diploma in acupuncture at Sun Yat Sen University.
She practiced as a physiotherapist in an orthopaedic clinic in Hong Kong, then served at two hospitals in Singapore – the Gleneagles Hospital (Parkway Group Healthcare) and the Tan Tock Seng Hospital before.
As Carmen has great interest in sports physiotherapy, she formally served as a sports trainer at the badminton team of HKPU and provided on-field physiotherapy service for different sports events including the Oxfam Trailwalker, Raleigh International Mountain Marathon, Orienteering event for Orienteering Association. Until now, she has been the team physiotherapist for South China Football Team-Reserve Team and Gai Wu Rugby Team since 2008 and 2013 respectively. And she also provides emergency medical service for the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union in her spare time. She has an extensive experience in sports injury management and rehab training.
Her clinical specialties include Sports Injury Rehabilitation, Manipulative Therapy and Exercise Therapy.