Medwell Physiotherapy was established in 2010 at Kelana Square behind Paradigm Mall. It has a branch in Klang at Pelangi Avenue, which is adjacent to Klang Parade. It specialises in the management of musculoskeletal and sports injuries as well as geriatric and neurological rehabilitation.
The clinic is one of the pioneers in providing physiotherapy and rehabilitation services in Kelana and Klang areas. It was built with the goal to provide affordable but high-quality healthcare to all patients, both local and international, suffering from reduced functional and physical capability due to sports-related injuries, medical illnesses, and congenital conditions. It deals with orthopaedic, musculoskeletal, sports injuries, and neurology cases with services that include pain management, home exercise programmes, manual therapy, and strengthening exercises, among others. All treatment programmes are individualised and tailored based on each patient’s condition and lifestyle needs.
The clinic’s goals include helping patients with chronic disabilities and illnesses rebuild their lives and achieve independence. It is also committed to creating awareness about physiotherapy and promoting evidence-based practices to deliver the best possible treatment outcomes.
Lee Thing Soon is one of the physiotherapists serving at Medwell Physiotherapy in Selangor, Malaysia. He received training in the United States and has over six years of experience specialising in exercise prescription, monitoring, and modification.
Wong Shu Wei is a highly experienced, UK-trained physiotherapist with over 18 years of experience. He is the founder of Medwell Physiotherapy and provides evidence-based therapies and rehabilitation services with the goals to provide long-lasting relief from symptoms and help restore patients’ physical capabilities so they can achieve independence and be able to return to their active lifestyle.
Ms. Tang Lai Teng is a physiotherapist with over four years of experience. She specialises in the assessment, treatment, and management of patients with musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiorespiratory conditions. She also handles paediatric patients with cerebral palsy and global delay development.