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Honorary Professor and Advisor

Prof. Kevin S.C. KWONG

Honorary Professor and Advisor,
PDPT, MSc, PhD (Bioeng.), RPT

Professor Kwong started his academic career since he joined the former Hong Kong Polytechnic in 1984.   After HK Polytechnic’s upgrading to Hong Kong Polytechnic University, he was appointed with administrative duties as Programme Leader, Associate Head, and Chairman of Departmental Research Committee …etc, and he contributed to the development and upgrading of the Physiotherapy Programme throughout the past few decades until retirement in 2010. Professor Kwong joined the former Open University of Hong Kong in 2018, and he has been involved in the development of the new Physiotherapy Programme, with the first cohort of students admitted in 2020. 

Professor Kwong is appointed as Specialist by the HKCAAVQ for accreditation of local programmes, as well as Panelist by the World Physiotherapy (former WCPT) for Physiotherapy Programme accreditation. 

Professor Kwong’s academic interests (both teaching and research) include: biomechanics, movement studies, clinical measurement, acoustics and vibration in orthopaedics and rehabilitation.

Prof. Herman M.C. LAU

Honorary Professor
PDPT, DMP, MSHP, MPA, MPh, PhD, RPT

Professor Lau with over two decades of experience in healthcare management, is the crucial figure in streamlining and reforming the allied services in three hospitals. Under the New Territories East Cluster (NTEC) Hospital Authority, he has been wearing multiple hats as Hospital Chief Executive, Clinical Stream Coordinator and Chairman of NTEC, Integrated Chinese Western Medicine Committee. Professor Lau is the pillar of support for the Cluster.

Professor Lau joined the CUHK Medical Centre in 2020 and appointed as Director of Allied Health Services. He has been involved in the Hospital development and management of Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre.

Professor Lau is appointed as surveyor for Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS). Professor Lau was the Professor of Practice in HK Polytechnic University. He is now the Chairman of HK Polytechnic University Rehabilitation Sciences Alumni Association. Professor Lau have been teaching in CUHK and Caritas Institute of Higher Education acting as Adjunct Association Professor.

Professor Lau’s interests in rehabilitation include: Neurological Rehabilitation and Musculoskeletal.