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“The most important difference between a good and an indifferent clinician lies in the amount of attention paid to the story of the patient.”  

-Sir Farquhar Buzzard-

Johnny Kwangil Kang


APA Pain Physiotherapist 

APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist


PhD candidate, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney

Mater of Science in Medicine (Pain Management), University of Sydney

Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy), Curtin University

Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy), University of Sydney


Johnny graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) and also completed two other master degrees, which were Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy major) at Curtin University and Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management) at The University of Sydney. He is currently undertaking a PhD at the University of Sydney. 


Throughout his study path, Johnny has been trained to provide comprehensive musculoskeletal pain assessment and management plans to chronic pain population. He has worked in multidisciplinary pain clinics as a pain physiotherapist to help patients reach their goals. He believes that empowerment, education and exercise are essential components to manage chronic pain.

Nina Wang

Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy), University of Sydney


Nina is currently working as a senior geriatric physiotherapist at Prince of Wales Hospital. Her specialty is assessing and managing gerontological problems including falls assessment and prevention and rehabilitation on very deconditioned muscles in the elderly. She is also very experienced in dealing with patients with dementia and mental health problems and running a group exercise programme for the elderly. 

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