About Us

About The Hand Physio Clinic

Our vision at The Hand Physio Clinic is that any patient that walks through our doors will receive the best possible care and treatment.

This vision is achieved in three simple steps:

1. diagnose your condition

2. educate and support you through your treatment

3. ensure that you are recover to the best of your ability

We understand that the road to recovery can be tough, however our certified hand therapist will support you through the journey and make your recovery their top priority.

Providing you with the best therapists for the best care

Susan Tran

Susan graduated from The University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) in 2008. She started her career at Liverpool hospital as a first year graduate. Here she rotated around different specialties until she had the opportunity to specialize in Hand Therapy and she loved it. She has since worked in both private hospitals and practices in Sydney and the United Kingdom. This has allowed her to further develop her skills ranging from treating acute, traumatic injuries to more chronic hand and wrist conditions.


Susan became a Certified Hand Therapist in 2014 and is a full member of the Australian Hand Therapy Association.

She enjoys the "hands-on" nature of hand therapy, making splints and other gadgets. But also the big improvements she is able to gain with hand therapy interventions. 

In her spare time, Susan enjoys travelling and snowboarding.


Chen Li

Chen graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) degree in 2012. She developed a passion for hand therapy whilst working at Sydney Hospital Hand Unit in 2014. Since then, Chen has worked in both public and private hand therapy units with experience in treating acute trauma and chronic upper limb conditions. 

Chen is an Accredited Hand Therapist as awarded by the Australian Hand therapy Association. She became a Certified Hand Therapist (USA) after passing the Hand Therapy Certification Examination in 2019. Chen enjoys giving back to the profession by volunteering for AHTA on the Advocacy Committee. She currently consults in Concord rooms and is fluent in Mandarin.