Martin got his undergraduate degree in physical therapy at Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1989 and completed a Certificate in Sports and Health Sciences at Hong Kong University in 1991. He also obtained a graduate degree of Master of Arts in Applied Physiology at Columbia University in New York in 1995. Mr. Wong started his career in MacLehose Rehabilitation Center and Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong. He specializes in sports medicine and manual therapy including myofascial release, muscle energy and different mobilization & manipulation techniques. Mr. Wong pursues his study in Chinese Medicine and obtained Master of Science in Acupuncture in 2007. He treats all kinds of musculoskeletal problem with hoslistic approach successfully.
Toa Chris Wong
Toa Chris Wong DPT., P.T., L.Ac. earned his physical therapy degree from Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1994 and obtained his acupuncture certificate at Hong Kong University in 1995 and three years Diploma degree at American International Acupuncture Institute in 2000. In 2007, he completed both his master and doctorate degree at New York University. He has extensive experiences in both orthopedics and neurological rehabilitation. His innovative acuphysio therapy has successively combined both acupuncture and physical therapy together. It has proven to be effective in treating arthritis, pain, dizziness and other ailments.
Henry K. Mui
Henry K. Mui, P.T. graduated from the physical therapy program at SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn in May of 1992. He started working as a staff therapist at Metropolitan Jewish Geriatric Center. A year later, Mr. Mui began to provide home care physical therapy services. Henry became the supervisor for the rehabilitation service at Shorefront Jewish Geriatric Center in 1995 and director of the rehabilitation department at Victory Memorial Hospital in 1997. Throughout his career, Henry has always focused on hands-on clinical practice.
Greg Lombardi graduated from Union County College in May 1997. Since graduating he has further training in functional capacity evaluations and electrical therapeutic point stimulation. Fro the past 11 years, Greg has worked in Healthworks and several other outpatient clinics and has enjoyed working with a wide variety of patients with various diagnoses.
Mr. Kwok got his Bachelor degree in physical therapy at Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1989. He later obtained a graduate degree of Master of Arts in Motor Learning at Columbia University in New York 2006. Mr. Kwok started his career in Kowloon Hospital (the biggest rehabilitation hospital) in Hong Kong 1995. He moved to New York in 1998, and worked in St. Vincent's Mid Town Hospital for nine years. He has extensive experiences in various rehabilitation settings (traumatic, orthopedics, pulmonary, and neurological rehabilitation). He started working with TLC in 2006. We are happy to have him on board.
Roxana Airinei-Teel, PT,MS, earned her Master's in Physical Therapy from the College of Staten Island in January 2010. Roxana obtained a certificate for "Transition to home health professional course" from Visiting Nurse Service of New York Home Care in June 2010 and she has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2004.
Kristine Maquiling earned her Bachelors Degree in Physical Therapy in 2001 in Cebu Doctors' College, Philippines. She then began working as a staff physical therapist in Chong Hua Hospital assigned in both inpatient and outpatien rehab. She came to the U.S in 2005, and worked in different clinical settings with a variety of cases. Recently, she also provides Home Care Physical Therapy services.
Manali Kadam earned her Bachelor's in Physical Therapy from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science's (India), and later received her Master's in Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy from MGH Institute of Health Professions, Boston. Manali has previously worked with a variety of patient population in various settings such as acute care hospital, out patient clinic, as well as a fitness center. She has also obtained certifications in Manual therapy techniques such as Mulligan's technique, and continues to take do courses to further her practice.