Geng graduated from the University of Melbourne, attaining both Doctor of Physiotherapy and Bachelor of Biomedicine degrees. At present, Geng is serving as a Grade 2 Physiotherapist at a public hospital. He also has experiences in diverse healthcare settings, including both public and private hospitals, residential aged care, private practice, and medical centre. This expansive exposure has endowed him with a broad spectrum of practice experiences.
Geng comes from a family with a long history in Chinese Medicine. Adding to this, his mentor is Wang Lao, a well-known Chinese Medicine practitioner from Jiangxi and a descendant of the Qing Dynasty’s Imperial Doctor. His commitment to excellence is further demonstrated by his top honours achievement at RMIT University, where he obtained a Master degree in Chinese Herbal Medicine. Additionally, he also holds a Master degree in Acupuncture from RMIT, showcasing his dedication to holistic healthcare practices.
Geng dreams of combining the best of East and West by blending ancient Chinese Medicine with modern sports physio techniques. He aims to develop individualised treatment plans for each client. Drawing on a range of skills, he offers diverse treatment options tailored to each client’s specific needs.
Geng’s areas of interest include:
· Neck and shoulder pain
· Low Back Pain
· Women Health
· Digestive problems
Doctor of Physiotherapy Master of Applied Science (Chinese Herbal Medicine)
Master of Applied Science (Acupuncture)
Bachelor of Biomedicine (majored in Neuroscience)
Fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese, Teochew, Hakka, and English