Jenson Mak in the Press
“Young people should also be careful about using electronic devices such as mobile phones when crossing the road as 10 per cent of patients, all of whom were under 30, were struck while using such equipment.
The study, conducted with Jenson Mak and Claire Law, involved interviews with 35 pedestrians and review of the medical records of 200 more.”
“ACP is pleased to announce the following newly elected International Fellows, who were recommended by the Credentials Committee and approved for election by the Board of Regents as of March 1, 2016.”
“The following 370 new Fellows were approved for election by the Credentials Committee. Their names are listed by region assignment in alphabetical order by last name. New Fellows outside of ACP Chapters are listed under Other Countries.”
“In an editorial, Jenson Mak (University of Sydney) neatly summarises the progress in this field, introduces new research by Wang et al., featured in this issue, and concludes that, although the mechanistic research is encouraging, high-quality trials with clinically relevant endpoints are required to clarify the effect of acupuncture on bone mineral density, and ultimately risk of fractures, in patients.”
“At the commencement of September Dr Jenson Mak joined our progressive and professional rehabilitation team. This now brings
together a total of three Rehabilitation Specialists to manage our 34 bed inpatient rehabilitation unit, Day rehabilitation program and
Outpatient rehabilitation program.
Clinical Interests: Dr Mak has an active interest in disorders of the elderly including psychogeriatrics, osteoporosis, falls, cognitive disorders, post operative care following elective joint replacement and general surgery. He is an Australasian expert in hip and knee disorders especially hip fractures and iliotibial band pain syndrome and is co-author for several Cochrane reviews. In addition to these special interests, Dr Mak offers a wide range of rehabilitation services including stroke, chronic pain and preventative cardiology.
Academic Background: Dr Mak is a graduate of the University of New South Wales having completed his MBBS in 2000. He undertook extensive geriatric, rehabilitation medicine and general medical training at Royal Prince Alfred, Concord, Westmead and Prince of Wales Hospitals. Dr Mak went on to attain a double specialty Fellowship in rehabilitation medicine (FAFRM) and internal medicine (FRACP) and is a PhD candidate with the University of Sydney and conjoint associated lecturer with the University of Newcastle, including periods at Gosford, Wyong, and Woy Woy Hospitals. As a Rehabilitation consultant at Berkeley Vale Private Hospital, Dr Jenson Mak is looking forward to providing his services to the local Central Coast population.”
Jenson Mak on the Web
Jenson Mak’s Research