HKU HIGH PERFORMANCE CLINIC

Peak Performance

The High Performance Clinic of the Centre for Sports and Exercise, HKU, is a professional support unit pioneering human performances through research, education, adapted services and knowledge exchange.

HPC serves as a hub for scientists, practitioners and enthusiasts in the pursuit of peak performance, with a vision to instill the spirit of striving for excellence to cultivate a better body and mind. 

Our Services

Fitness Assessment

Get Tested

Fitness assessment is a critical step to generate an evident-based approach for athletic preparation. It is imperative that all tests must be designed and implemented based on the specific demand of sports in order to evaluate the level of preparedness of individuals.

Strength & Conditioning

Get Trained

It was often believed that fitness training for sports are focused on gaining muscles and lifting heavy weights. While it may be beneficial in some training phases, it may not necessarily lead to enhancement in sports performance. If your goal is to strive for personal bests, come train with us and bring your game to the next level.

Consultation & Review

Get Connected

Although scientific assessments and training are crucial in athlete preparation, there is no single winning formula in the making of world champions. In fact, the most successful athletes are usually more able to adjust and integrate training into healthy lifestyles and minds. Discuss with our specialists to identify areas of improvements and unleash your best.

ABOUT US

Our goal at HKU High Performance Clinic is to restore your mobility, keep you moving and ensure your rehabilitation is effective, efficient and stress-free. Book your appointment with us today.

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(852) 3910-2612

csehealth@hku.hk

HKU B-Active, 1/F Novum Place

460 Queen's Road West

Shek Tong Tsui, Hong Kong

(852) 2872-1205 / 2872-1204 

activecse@hku.hk

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