Pei Yang Liu (Yang), BSc MSc
Yang completed his studies in Bachelor of Science from Queen's University, and Master of Physiotherapy from University of Sydney in 2017.
After graduation, Yang worked as a Physiotherapist in Sydney, Australia. Since early 2020, Yang began practicing in Toronto, helping and empowering people during their rehabilitation journey. Yang’s treatments focus on a combination of manual therapies and exercises.
Yang also helps to adjust patients’ daily activities (work, hobbies, competitions, etc.) throughout their rehabilitation journey as necessary, so that patients can still continuously focus on their goals, even while recovering through physical rehabilitation.
What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is the practice of improving your quality of life by promoting optimal mobility and overall health and well-being. Physiotherapy can also help to prevent illness and disease, manage acute and chronic conditions, and help you to rehabilitate from injury or the effects of disease or disability. It can also can help create for you maintenance plans that will prevent re-occurrence or re-injury. Physiotherapy has its basis in the movement sciences, and aims to enhance or restore the function of your entire body. One who practices physiotherapy is known as a physiotherapist.
How does a physiotherapist work?
After taking an initial health-history with you, your physiotherapist will also likely assess you via some physical tests or measures, such as your range of motion or flexibility. Then, you will be provided with a reasonable diagnosis, and together you can explore the various treatment methods and thereby devise an appropriate plan for treatment.
During the course of your treatment, your physiotherapist may incorporate massage, joint mobilization, personalized exercise regimens, and any other number of modalities aimed at improving your healing time and enhancing your functional mobility. You will also likely be given advice in regards to lifestyle changes that you can make to facilitate your treatment, e.g. mitigating work or home stressors that contribute to your main complaints. While many physiotherapists prefer to use a variety of machines in their practice, we at Yellow Gazebo feel that hands-on treatment is not only more enjoyable for you, the patient, but is also more effective in producing lasting results.
What can physiotherapy treat?
You can be helped with any or all of the following:
- sprains and strains
- joint injury or disability
- difficulty walking
- plantar fasciitis
- rheumatoid arthritis
- back pain
- neck pain
- joint pain
- athletic injury