Bo Lian Ho Sing – PT

Bo Lian Ho Sing – PT

Physiotherapy Resident

I am passionate about people meeting their goals through physiotherapy and rehab! I pride myself in providing client-centred care by combining patient education and understanding with hands-on skills. I will ensure you leave our sessions with self-management tools and techniques. Whether you want to walk the dog, run a marathon or get back to sport, I look forward to being a part of your journey and seeing you excel in whatever it may be.

When I’m not in the clinic I’m keeping active somewhere! I really enjoy trying different types of physical activity and fitness, from ballet classes to rock climbing. I’m an avid yogi and trail wanderer that’s recently taken to running. I also love live music and checking out up and coming artists of all genres.

Professional Experience

Bo Lian graduated with an Honours BA in Kinesiology from The University of Western Ontario. Throughout her studies she brought dance and exercise to children and older adults alike. She then went on to complete her MSc in Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University in Glasgow, Scotland. Throughout her physiotherapy studies Bo Lian gained experience in orthopaedic, respiratory, neurological physiotherapy in private and public sectors. Since then, she has created and delivered a functional yoga anatomy course for yoga teachers in training and has co-lectured on yoga therapeutics.

Her post graduate studies have focused on the integration of her Pilates training for rehab and movement therapy while also taking a keen interest in women’s health. Bo Lian uses evidence-based practice for assessment and treatment, and strives to regularly add new tools and strategies to her toolkit.

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Professional Education

BA Kinesiology

Graduated with Honours, University of Western Ontario, London, ON

MSc Physiotherapy

Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland

Pilates Mat Work Training

Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute, UK.

Assessment and Management of Pregnancy-Related Conditions

Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynecological Physiotherapy, U.K.