Winnie has navigated diverse healthcare settings prior to joining Melbourne Hand Rehab. She had experience in neuro-rehabilitation both through her student placements at Monash University and professional work post-graduation, where she conducted goniometry assessments and designed upper limb therapy programs to assist stroke patients in regaining their hand functions.
Transitioning to community-based private practice, Winnie honed her skills in adapting daily activities for individuals living with arthritis and Parkinson’s disease. This experience not only deepened her understanding of the importance of hand functions but also further reaffirmed her longstanding career goal of expanding her expertise in treating hand injuries and conditions.
Australian Hand Therapy Association, Introduction to Hand Therapy Course | 2023
Occupational Therapy Australia, Common Hand Conditions and Splinting (Workshop) | 2023
Occupational Therapy Australia, Intermediate Course on Common Hand Conditions (Webinar) | 2022
Occupational Therapy Australia, Introduction to Hand Therapy and Splinting Techniques (Webinar) | 2022
My approach to care: I firmly believe in the power of collaboration and partnership with my clients. The foundation of effective therapy lies in working hand-in-hand with individuals, acknowledging their unique experiences and aspirations.
Beyond the professional realm, you’ll often find me on the tennis court, as playing tennis is one of my interests that brings joy and balance to my life.
HOW CAN WE HELP?
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