About Ray Jongs

Ray’s expertise lie in neuro-musculoskeletal conditions and injuries of the hand and distal upper limb. He is a Certified Hand Therapist throughout the Hand Therapy Certification Commission (HTCC, USA), and is a titled full member of the Australian Hand Therapy Association (AHTA). He is an active member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), and is a committee member on the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia NSW group.

Ray has a concurrent appointment at the Royal North Shore Hospital as the lead Clinician in Hand Therapy, and his past experience includes working in London hand clinics: The Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, and the Wellington Hospital.

Ray has a keen interest in clinical research, and has completed a Research Masters investigating the effectiveness of a splint intervention on stiff wrists.

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