Chiropractic consultancy has alleviated the pains and difficulties of a wide range of people that suffered from neck and back pain in the past. According to a recent study conducted in Hong Kong, a vast majority of people from over 33,700 chiropractic patients felt that their checkups and chiropractic sessions yielded many positive benefits.
Nearly 90% of the people who took part in chiropractic treatments stated that they were satisfied with the consultation; and from among them 51.7% stated that they their treatment was effective, while 20.0% described it as highly effective. Despite all these benefits and advantages however, there is a sharpening decrease in the amount of chiropractic practicing doctors in Hong Kong.
Their decreasing numbers can result in a wide range of difficulties and opportunities for the people who suffer from back pain and neck pain in the future. Not only will it be difficult for them to find ample treatment, but the reduction in overall number of practicing experts will lead to many simply ignoring their ailments, without knowing that there actually is a viable solution available to them.
However, there is hope for a change, with new technology and manpower being put into the chiropractic profession, but even then, the results provided will not be immediate.
A bureau source stated this fact and added further:
“At least it may lay the foundation for health care manpower planning and set out directions for professional development”.
Thus, while it may not be possible to completely change the current situation that Hong Kong is going through, with the right steps and measures taken, it may become a possibility to improve the number of practicing experts in the future, however, this can only be done with proper awareness and educational efforts that not only highlight the importance of chiropractic experts, but also their effectiveness and the assistance they provide to the people.
About Chiropractic Doctors Association of Hong Kong:
Chiropractic Doctors Association of Hong Kong is an organization that not only hopes to spread awareness of the chiropractic profession in Hong Kong but also ensure that the dwindling number of practicing experts is improved upon.
The practice has assisted a multitude of people in their back and neck pains, according to a recent research, and it is thus vital to ensure its longevity in Hong Kong, if one wishes to ensure that the same assistance is being provided to people in the future.
For more information: www.cda.org.hk