Languages spoken: Cantonese and English
Ronald Li is a Canadian-Chinese, graduated from the University of Hertfordshire, with a BSc (Hons) in physiotherapy in 2016. With over 4 years of experience at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital, Ronald has worked with a wide range of conditions, from post-op orthopedic rehab, acute and chronic injuries, to neurology stroke rehab both in- and out-patients, helping individuals to get back on their feet and increasing their quality of life.
Ronald has a keen interest in treating musculoskeletal conditions. He is also a firm believer in holistic approach to achieve optimal patient-centric care. He combines manual therapy and functional movement as the key to injury prevention and recovery. He, at the same time, enabling individuals to find their potential within themselves along with a positive attitude, facilitating them on their road to recovery.
Being active has been an important aspect of Ronald’s life. In his spare time, you can find him making the most of the outdoors from discovering the islands of Hong Kong through kayaking or playing football in a 7 aside pitch, to something a bit more extreme like mountain biking in the peaks of Hong Kong, He understands theimportance of physical activities and aims to inspire others to avoid a sedentary lifestyle.