Chengying Feng PT Resident
BSc, BEd., MEd., MSc Candidate (Queen's University)

Resident Physiotherapist

Chengying Feng completed BSc in Physiotherapy in Hungary and is currently a MSc Candidate in Rehabilitation Science program at Queen’s University. She recently completed the first component of Canadian physiotherapy licensing exam.


Chengying has completed her physiotherapy placements in various clinical settings in Hungary and China. She plans to pursue professional development courses in manual therapy, pelvic floor therapy, acupuncture, and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS). 

Chengying's current research at Queen's University focuses on developing and implementing interventions to address fall and fear of falling issues among older adults, especially older adults after hip fracture.

She is a published researcher in exercise development.

Publication: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Exercise Interventions and Use of Exercise Principles to Improve Fear of Falling among Community-dwelling Older Adults. Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association) ( Feng C, Adebero T, DePaul, V, Vafaei A, Norman, K, Auais, M.) 


Chengying has practiced Taekwondo for 9 years and has don 4 certification. She has worked as a Physical Education teacher in a high school for four years.


In her spare time, Chengying enjoys reading books, going to the gym, and doing outdoor activities.