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Mark owns and operates Prohealth Sports & Spinal Physiotherapy Centre Ltd, a successful chain of Physiotherapy clinics in Central, Hong Kong. Mark also founded SPOT Centre Ltd. which provides pediatric therapy services to special needs children.
Being an avid fan of all kinds of sports, he has spent many years working with various international sports teams. He has been the Hong Kong National Rugby team’s physiotherapist at the 2002 Asian Games.
Mark trained in New Zealand but made Hong Kong his home in 1995. He is a successful entrepreneur and business leader based in Hong Kong. Outside of healthcare, Mark founded and sits on the board of Booktrack, an e-book technology company that provides soundtrack solutions for e-books.
In these roles, Mark has combined his skills in business development, human resource management, as well as mergers and acquisitions, to enable him to build a financially successful business model that continues to expand across the region.
Partner & Director Prohealth Academy
Philippa graduated in 1982 from the physiotherapy programme at University of Curtin in Perth, Australia and moved to Asia 30 years ago basing herself in Hong Kong. She started working in sports medicine even before graduating from university as her interest has always been the expanding area of elite athlete medical management.
She is the co-founder of the 21-year-old company Sports Physiotherapy International Co. Ltd and more recently SPI Prohealth Asia Ltd, a global sports medicine services business specializing in on field coverage of many professional sports but particularly golf, tennis and cricket. As part of her extensive experience she worked for the WTA Tour and International Tennis Federation for 20 years, and presently with the Asian Golf Tour, European Tour, European Ladies Tour and LPGA. She has worked the Beijing 2008 Olympics, the Youth Olympics in Singapore (2010) and Nanjing (2014) and Delhi Commonwealth Games (2010) in addition to all the tennis Grand Slam events and golf majors.
Philippa is a Partner & Director Prohealth Academyin Prohealth Asia and has wanted to work in India for 20 years since her first trips to this country for sports events. She is the Partner of Prohealth Asia Physiotherapy & Rehab Centre, and the Director of the Prohealth Physiotherapy Academy which has been established to offer education for physiotherapists and for other support staff involved in professional sport.
CEO & Partner
Nupur Nath is the CEO and Partner at Prohealth Asia India. She has been a part of her family business, which is one of the leading distributors and stockists of medical and surgical instruments and equipment in North India since the past 30 years.
Educated in New Delhi and RMIT Melbourne, Nupur uses her skills for management and business administration. She is an avid high-altitude trekker and runs a charity to help the underprivileged to receive medical treatment and medicines.
Abhinav is Managing Partner at Prohealth Asia Limited. As the Managing Partner, his focus is on managing the overall strategy and growing various healthcare verticals of healthcare across Asia. This involves day to day operational management, financial and corporate governance and acquisitions and partnerships across Asia.
Abhinav is an ex-investment banker, having previously worked for most of his 19-year career in Citigroup, JP Morgan and Merrill Lynch. He started as a trader in Citigroup London, and later moved on to head the structured equity derivatives and subsequently cross asset-class Derivatives for Asia Pacific at the above stated Investment Banks.
Abhinav is also on Boards of Companies in the field of Education, Technology and Golf.
Jyoti's role in the business is as an Investor who firmly believes in the need for high end Physiotherapy and Rehab in India. Having played on the Asian/European Golf Tours for 20+ years and having had various ailments, he has been treated by Prohealth Physiotherapists and realized how they have been instrumental in his successful and a long career.
With Fitness and Health being of paramount importance, and socially India becoming a lot more aware of the need for fitness in everyone's daily life, his vision is that Prohealth can help fill this gap in the services industry in India.
Having done his Masters in Interior Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design, USA,
Ruchir worked with one of the world’s most renowned architectural firms, Hellmuth Obata & Kassabaum at their Washington DC office.
In 2005 he joined his 40-year-old, family run architectural firm as a partner and has been practicing there ever since.
He is also a keen badminton player and has recently become a member of the Badminton Association of India
Clinical Director | Director of Education
Shrikant is an experienced and well qualified physiotherapist who completed his Bachelor degree in 2006 from the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore. After working in the area of sports physiotherapy he was appointed as the physiotherapist for the Men’s National Hockey team of India, a position he held for 7 years travelling both nationally and internationally until 2013. After relinquishing this job he completed his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy from the University of Curtin, Perth, Australia in 2014 and then returned to hockey in the position of Head Physiotherapist; H.O.D Athlete Rehabilitation for Hockey India which hethen held until December 2016.
Included on his resume of elite events are the Olympic games at London 2012, Rio Olympic games 2016, New Delhi Commonwealth games 2010, Guangzhou Asian games 2010, FIH Hockey World- Cup New Delhi 2010, Junior Hockey World Cup Singapore 2009, Hockey World league 2015, 2012 Champions Trophy Melbourne, and Asia Cup in 2007, 2009 and 2013.
During his stay in Perth he was involved with the Kookaburras (Australian Hockey team), the Australian Institute of Sports programme based at Perth, and assisted the Western Australia under 15’s and Under 13’s for their National Championships. Recently he was also the physiotherapist for the Ranchi Rays team in the Indian Hockey League.He has completed a Level 1 Sports Physiotherapy accreditation by the Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI)
Shrikant has now bought his wealth of knowledge to Prohealth Asia as their Clinical Director of Education and recently he was at the first Asia games Palembang, Indonasia, representing the Asia tennis federation.
After Saurabh graduated from Subharti Physiotherapy College in 2004 he worked at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital gaining extensive experience in various sub specialties including orthopedics, trauma and sports medicine. He has also completed a Fellowship in Sport Sciences which enabled him understand sporting injuries more comprehensively.
In 2008 he completed his MSc in Applied Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) at Sheffield Hallam University in England, and on returning to Delhi continued in sports medicine and spine surgery at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. He has been fortunate to work with leading surgeons in Delhi and extensively treating musculoskeletal conditions, sport injuries, and in spine rehabilitation. His special interest are rotator cuff, ACL and ankle injuries plus he is keen to analyze uncontrolled movements which can result from muscle imbalances or poor joint biomechanics, and then use manual therapy and exercise to restore body mechanics.
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