|What does Chiropractors Registration mean to the general public?
Statutory regulation of healthcare professions is meant to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the general public. In accordance with the Chiropractors Registration Ordinance Chap 428, the Chiropractors Council of Hong Kong was established for the purpose of regulating the chiropractic profession. The Chiropractors Council assures the general public that chiropractors who are admitted into its register and granted practising certificates have met the registration requirements, and that registered chiropractors continue to abide by the laws and regulations covering the practice of chiropractic.
Furthermore, the law provides for the hearing of complaints from the general public about any registered chiropractor. An Inquiry Committee of the Chiropractors Council investigates complaints and duly imposes sanctions when it finds that disciplinary offences have been committed.
|The Hong Kong Chiropractors' Association strongly advises the members of the general public to ascertain that the chiropractor you are consulting is a Registered Chiropractor with the Chiropractors Council of Hong Kong.
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