Tel: 2638 5129
Tel: 2638 5129
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Chiropractic is a medical specialty that uses manual and physical therapy to treat musculoskeletal pain and discomfort. A chiropractor is a doctor who "uses his/her hands in practice".

At Tai Po Chiropractic Clinic, our mission is to provide high-quality service through our expertise adjustment techniques, combined with patient education on exercise and posture, to treat pain problems at their root.


Dr. Tony C. L. Chu

Hong Kong Registered Chiropractor

Dr. Tony Chu received his chiropractic doctoral degree with honors from Texas Chiropractic College in 2014. During his doctoral studies, he published two articles in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine and Journal of American Chiropractic Association.

Dr. Chu specializes in the treatment of low back pain, scoliosis, sciatica, disc herniation, shoulder pain, and geriatric pain care. Dr. Chu works closely with the Tai Po community, offering his service to Tai Po Football Club as well as other organizations in his local community. He has also participated in short-term medical mission trips to Mexico in the past. Dr. Chu is a current member of CDAHK.

Dr. Tammy L. S. Tong

Hong Kong Registered Chiropractor

Dr. Tong graduated from Houston Baptist University with Biology and Biochemistry dual degrees. She received her chiropractic doctoral degree with honors from Texas Chiropractic College in 2014, where she participated in academic research with published work.

After graduation, Dr. Tong started working in Hong Kong and is a member of CDAHK. She has earned a certificate in shockwave therapy and is proficient in an array of physical therapy modalities. Dr. Tong has experience in treating the special subgroups of pregnant women and younger children.

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Tong is an honorary consultant for the Hong Kong Children Chiropractic Foundation (CCF), a non-profit organization active in promoting spinal health in school-age children. She enjoys speaking to parents and teachers about protecting spinal health at an early age. Dr. Tong enjoys traveling and reading in her spare time.


Common conditions treated by chiropractors:

·  Neck and back pain
·  Headaches of neck origin
·  Shoulder pain
·  Arm numbness
·  Tennis elbow
·  wrist pain
·  hunched back
·  scoliosis
·  low back pain
·  sciatica
·  disc herniation
·  ankle pain
·  knee pain
·  plantar fasciitis

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Service Hours

Mon, Tue, Fri
9:30am – 12:00pm
2:00pm – 8:00pm

9:30am – 12:00pm
2:00pm – 5:00pm

2:00pm – 5:00pm

Wed, Thurs


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Rm 1C, 37 Po Heung Street
Tai Po Market

We are conveniently located nearby the 3-story Tai Po wet market building, approximately 12 minutes walking distance from the Tai Po Market train station.

Common Questions

  1. What type of problems do chiropractors treat?
Chiropractic therapy treats various musculoskeletal and joint pain symptoms, including neck and back pain, headaches of neck origin, shoulder pain, arm numbness, tennis elbow, hunched back, scoliosis, sciatica, herniated disc, knee pain, heel and ankle injury, and others.

If you are not in pain, but want a general check-up on spinal wellness and posture-improving tips, it is also a great option to consult with a chiropractor.

  1. Why do chiropractors use manual therapy to treat pain?
While traditional medicine focuses on blocking the pain caused by injury of tissues and inflammation, many musculoskeletal pain syndromes stem from nerves being irritated by pressure and joint restriction or muscle overuse and spasm. These physical stresses are the cause of pain, therefore chiropractors aim to eliminate them through manual therapy. By decreasing physical stresses on the nerves, pain can be eliminated without the use of pills.

  1. Does chiropractic treatment hurt? Is it safe? I'm scared of pain...
A chiropractic adjustment is a quick but small movement to the joint. Most patients agree that adjustments are not only painless, but "feels good". If it is your first time receiving an adjustment, you may feel mild soreness afterward which resolves within a day. In general, you may feel better immediately after an adjustment. When done by a licensed professional, adjustments are very safe. Chiropractors go through strict and careful training before being licensed to practice. :)

  1. I have disc herniation. Can I be treated back to health through chiropractic care?
Of course, there is no absolute answer for all cases. Some severe cases require surgery for the best outcome. However, many patients are able to successfully recover through conservative chiropractic care that aims to relieve pressure to the herniated disc. Chiropractic care for disc herniation usually requires several visits within a close time frame for best results, but ultimately it is significantly less costly and less invasive than surgery.

  1. I have degeneration and bone spurs in my spine. Can those be reversed?
No, bone spurs will not go away once formed and can only be removed by surgery in severe cases of deformity. However, through chiropractic care, the pain and irritation caused by degeneration and bone spurs may be relieved. This is done by producing movement in restricted joints and traction therapy to improve joint space. Although bone spurs cannot be reversed, you can prevent them from getting worse by improving daily posture and identifying body imbalances.

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