Ever suffered an injury or a broken bone and the first person that comes to mind is a physiotherapist? What about an occupational therapist?


People generally know the term physiotherapy, but did you know that occupational therapy is also another important form of rehabilitative therapy? Both these therapy services play an interdependent role in ensuring an individual gets the most out of their recovery.


Know more about the similarities and differences between physiotherapy and occupational therapy, how occupational therapy can help individuals across the spectrum from children to the elderly, and more — in this episode highlighting therapy services with Lee Wei Qing, an established occupational therapist and business owner, together with our Homage Care Specialist, Wong Yi Huey.



Lee Wei Qing graduated in Occupational Therapy from the National University of Malaysia (UKM) in 2009. He is also a certified hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner, specializing in child psychiatry cases which include autism, ADHD, GDD, learning difficulties and sensory integration disabilities, with Certificate in Sensory Integration (University of Southern California).


Disclaimer: The health information is provided for general informational and educational purposes only, and is not a substitute for professional health advice. To seek further medical advice for your medical condition, do consult your doctor, therapist or go to the nearest health institution to get assistance. This video only represents the speaker’s views on physiotherapy and occupational therapy.

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