Meet Our Staff

The team at Lee's Physiotherapy
Wendy Lee - Physiotherapist

Wendy Lee BScPT, CGIMS

Registered Physical Therapist

Wendy immigrated to Canada from Hong Kong in 1983. She studied biological science at Simon Fraser University before pursuing physiotherapy at the University of British Columbia, where she graduated from in 1991.

Wendy has worked at a number of hospitals and private practice clinics. She enjoys orthopaedics the most and in recent years, has taken up interest in the area of persistent pain. It is one of the most challenging areas for healthcare professionals and one in which Wendy strives to achieve better patient outcomes. She has completed a host of post-graduate courses, including Chan Gunn IMS and certification courses with the Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute. Wendy is a Pain Truth Certified health care provider.

Besides clinical competence, Wendy is known for her caring attitude, persistence to improving patient care and excellent professional ethics.

Wendy is fluent in English, Cantonese and functional in Mandarin.

Outside of work, Wendy enjoys sports activities such as hiking, playing squash, swimming and cycling. She loves travelling and her most memorable trip was trekking in the Nepalese Himalayas. Wendy enjoys sharing good food and wine with friends and family. She is also a dog lover and looks forward to the company of two or more of these furry friends when the time is right.

May Shiu is customer service manager at Lee's Physiotherapy

May Shiu

Customer Service Manager

May immigrated from Hong Kong over 20 years ago and has been a proud Vancouverite since. She enjoys the beauty and diversity that the city offers, as well as the friendliness and helpfulness of its inhabitants.

May has extensive experience in customer service, ranging from the retail to hospitality industries. Her friendly, caring and giving nature, combined with her conscientiousness have made her a valuable team member in all her previous positions. She strives to continue providing top quality service to clients at our clinic.

In her spare time, May enjoys travelling, appreciating nature, swimming, gym workouts and cooking. She is also an avid dog lover.

Tony - Physiotherapist - Lee's Physiotherapy

Tony Hui

Registered Physical Therapist

Tony Hui is a Registered Physical Therapist at Lee’s Physiotherapy Clinic.

Tony graduated with a first honours Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy from Hong Kong in 2002. Having an interest in treating overuse injuries and acute trauma, he completed a Master’s degree in Sports Medicine & Health Science from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2017.

For the last 16 years, Tony served his clients in outpatient orthopedic settings, utilizing therapeutic interventions conceptualized from Australia, Canada, China, UK and US. Intrigued by how everyday life can set the body control “off balance”, he developed interest in diagnosing the root cause, communicating treatment options with clients, and averting the imbalance with various strategies. One of his avenues of choice is Clinical Pilates, where core body control is addressed with priority, such that remaining kinetic issues are often self-corrected to a surprising degree.

Tony speaks fluent English and Cantonese; also functional in Mandarin. When it comes to rehabilitation, he leads by example, living an active lifestyle and always finding new pathways to health promotion. If you don’t see him treating clients at the clinic, you’ll find him hiking, biking, windsurfing, and playing tennis in your neighbourhood. Tony is also certified in PADI Advanced Open Water Scuba Diving.


Hennie Ng


Hennie Ng works hard to provide comprehensive and evidence-based physical therapy services to her patients. She dedicates her time, energy and career path in helping her patients achieve their rehabilitation goals. After completing her Bachelor degree in Science with Honours at the University of British Columbia, she continued her post graduate studies and completed her Master degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Western Ontario. In 2010, she started working as a physical therapist in a private clinic locally in Vancouver, where she spent years caring for her patients with different musculoskeletal conditions, including Neck and Back pain, Strains/Sprains, Acute/Chronic Myofascial Pain, Frozen Shoulder, Rotator Cuff Tendinitis/Tears, Plantar Fasciitis, Overuse Injuries, Car Accident Injuries (MVA), and Post Surgical Rehab, Joint Replacement Rehab, etc.

Hennie continued to pursue further training in acupuncture and completed her CAFCI (Acupuncture Canada) certification. She further advanced her training in acupuncture for orthopaedic conditions. She strived to advance her knowledge in physical therapy and has also taken courses in Gokavi Transverse Technique, Manual Therapy, Graston Technique, Pelvic Floor Exercises, and courses offered through Advanced Physical Therapy Education Institute (APTEI). She is also experienced in Geriatric Rehabilitation, including Fall Prevention, Hip Fractures, Stroke, Parkinson Diseases, etc.

During the week, Hennie is presently working at Richmond Hospital, Vancouver Coastal Health. Hennie works every Saturday in Lee’s Physiotherapy clinic where she works together with a team of passionate staff. She looks forward to meeting you in Lee’s Physiotherapy clinic and to walk with you in your journey towards recovery.


Richard Tansley

Registered Massage Therapist

Richard graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. It is an internationally recognized school delivering the highest quality education in this medical profession. He believes proper initial patient assessment is critical in providing the best path to patient rehabilitation. Bringing a patient back to enjoying activities of daily living, meeting occupational demands or achieving athletic endeavors.

Being a member of good standing with the College of Massage Therapist of British Columbia, Richard uses his medical knowledge and various massage skills such as neuromuscular techniques, trigger point release and joint mobilizations to treat his patients. The intent is to help patients recover and/or optimize their performance. Education in self care is also provided that includes optimal posture, hydrotherapy, targeted stretching
and specific muscle strengthening.

When not helping others, Richard enjoys photography, biking, skiing, helping coach kids soccer and time with Family.


At Lee’s Physiotherapy, we strive for excellence in client care and outcomes, everyday. How can we help you?

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