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+852 9334 0944


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Yu To Sang Building

37 Queen's Road Central
Central, Hong Kong


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Your first visit is the start of an ongoing conversation between you and your chiropractor that will encompass all aspects of your health and lifestyle.

The main objective is to gain a two-way understanding of your condition and medical history, and set in place both short-term and long-term goals for your treatment plan. It's also the perfect time to ask any questions or concerns you may have about any part of the process.

The visit should last around 30 minutes (or 50 minutes for sports rehabilitation), but it's helpful if you can arrive 5-10 minutes early in order to complete the required forms.

Here's a step-by-step guide to what you can expect from your first visit:

1. Complete your medical information

Friendly staff are on hand to provide your medical information form and answer any questions you have. Alternatively, download the PDF form onlineenter your details with a PDF reader and email it back to us.

2. Discuss your condition and medical background

You'll begin your initial consultation by speaking directly with your chiropractor about your condition and medical history. Please bring along any relevant documents you may have - such as x-ray or MRI imaging results.

3. Receive a physical assessment

You receive a thorough postural analysis, orthopedic and neurological exam, which allows the chiropractor to diagnose your condition.

4. Discuss results of imaging tests (if available)

Your chiropractor will review any recent x-ray/MRI scans you bring with you and discuss the findings. If unavailable, imaging may be required to help rule out any aggravating factors. Where required, we can refer patients to a nearby imaging lab.

5. Receive chiropractic treatment

Provided there are no indications not to go ahead with treatment, then your chiropractor will treat you during your first visit. Our treatment includes both chiropractic adjustment and physical therapy.

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