CMS Team Member
As a physiotherapist in private practice in Taiwan, Shirley enjoys managing her clients with the concepts and skills of Kinetic Control, allowing her to deal with a wide range of musculoskeletal problems from post-acute care, chronic issues and those linked to sports performance. Simply put, Kinetic Controls approach enables her to help her clients to restore the health of their movement, enhancing quality of life, whilst impacting recurrence and overcoming activity restrictions and participation limitations.
Following undergraduate study at the National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan, Shirley completed the MSc programme in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy in National Taiwan University, Taiwan, adding to her skills as a Pilates instructor, and suspension system for rehabilitation practitioner. Shirley’s expertise in movement sees her offer physical therapy support for the Chinese-Taipei national roller-skating team, adding an elite sport element to her private practice experience. Her passion for movement also fills her spare time, enjoying distance running (Marathons) and the focused precision of Pilates.
‘I feel there’s no possibility that movement quality can be neglected in any of the areas in my own training or my professional discipline whether that’s rehabilitation or professional sport. Kinetic Control has opened my mind on movement assessment, giving me the tools to help my clients.’
Excited about her role as a Kinetic Control team member, Shirley is taking her insight on applying Kinetic Control’s movement science with her clients in Taiwan, to help other physios in Asia to see, apply, and benefit from the power of movement.
"Kinetic Control’s clinical reasoning process and systematic approach to the management of movement is fascinating for the clinician. Kinetic Control course give me the chance to share this process and my passion for movement."