• Grad Dip. P.T.
  • Registered Physiotherapist (UK & HK)
  • Pilates Plus Practitioner
  • Prenatal & Postpartum Pilates
  • Certified Onero™ Bone Density Practitioner
  • Children & Adolescents (Postural Problems & Scoliosis)

My mission is to continue learning, and use my skills and expertise to reduce pain and improve client treatment outcomes.

Sarah Wickham

Sarah Wickham

Experience & Background

I graduated in the UK in 1980, I worked as a Physiotherapist in the UK British Olympic Medical Centre in 1989 as well as for the British ice skating team in the Albertville Winter Olympics, and the British rowing team in the Barcelona Summer Olympics.

I then came to Hong Kong in 1993, and continued to develop my Sports Physiotherapy career, attending the East Asian games with the Hong Kong Rowing Squad.

After my pregnancy, I became more interested in Pilates, and actively used Pilates to help her postpartum clients return to fitness after childbirth. I am also very experienced in treating children with postural issues.

My most recent clinical interest is in improving bone density, and I am one of the first Onero™ accredited practitioners in Asia.

Clinical Interests

I am interested in the health and well-being of children and adolescents in Hong Kong. Many seem to be focussing on their studies instead of playing sports or even maintaining basic fitness. This could have an effect on their general health and even bone density in the future. I teach young people how to improve their posture and provide specific exercise programmes for them which can be done at home. These include exercises to improve posture, flexibility, core strength, cardiac fitness and bone density.

Personal Interests

I am very active and believe that exercise is important for both physical health and mental wellbeing. Not only am I a qualified horse riding instructor, but I also enjoy running, competitive tennis and hiking.

Future Aims

I would like to set up a Pilates Posture class for adolescents so they can come and do a course of Pilates in groups of 3. And I would like women in Hong Kong over the age of 40 to be aware of the benefits of building bone using a short programme of weights twice a week with Bone Health Asia.

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