Peggy Hau, PT, MSc PT, DPT
PT, MSc PT, DPT
Education: Professional diploma in Physiotherapy, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; Bachelor of Physical Therapy, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Master of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada; Doctor of Physical Therapy, Arcadia University, Glenside, Pennsylvania, USA
Certification: Clinical Instructor
Member: American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), orthopedic section of the APTA, Illinois Physical Therapy Association (IPTA)
Focus/Emphasis: Various orthopedic conditions with manual therapy approach, spinal and postural disorders – low back pain and scoliosis etc, foot and ankle disorders and gait analysis, emphasis on education, self-maintenance and preventive measures.
Interests: Wherever time and everyone’s schedule allows, I love to visit my overseas family.
Personal Quote: “It is my passion to use my skills and knowledge to help patients achieve the highest potential of their rehabilitation. There is no greater joy to see patients regain control of their lives and body. This is the driving force sustaining me throughout my career. It is an honor to join such a dedicated team working with the same vision.”
Resources from Peggy Hau
Here's the WDWS Saturday Morning segment with Scott Beatty and Dr. Peggy Hau! Doctor of physical therapy, Peggy Hau discusses the benefits of aquatic therapy. Listen below for the segment! 1. What is Aquatic Therapy Aquatic therapy is equivalent to music...
What can movement do for you? As a physical therapy clinic in Champaign, Illinois, we love to move! Movement can do so much for you! It can help you to relieve and prevent pain, feel energized, and so much more! The staff at Mettler Center have chosen their favorite...
What is Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy? The word “orthopedic” is an area in medicine dealing with bone and muscle disorders. Manual refers to things related to hands. When you put them together, “Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy” (OMPT) means a specialty in...
Back and neck problems are so prevalent these days. Chances are, you're experiencing pain now. If accident or trauma is not a factor, it's likely the cause of the problem is due to bad posture or habits which lead to a faulty movement pattern. If your work is...
Osteoporosis is a disease of losing the bone mineral density (BMD) below a safety level. 1. MYTH: Osteoporosis Only Affects Women Truth: Osteoporosis is more prominent in the women especially after menopause. However, the loss of bone mineral density as a person...
People are forced to work at home, using the computers for hours, especially during these days under the influence of COVID-19. Have you ever experienced soreness and discomfort in the neck, shoulders and upper back areas? If you have, the following tips will be helpful for you.