I've been to a few places (mostly NT and kowloon) and prices range somewhere between 500-100 for generally poor treatment. Ie. A few minutes 'consultation' and then strapped to a machine. Basically a placebo.
Then there's hk island. Dear lord. Checked out several cinics there Minimum prices are from 1,200-1,500. Also enquired about a couple of chiros, who charge 1,200, with 900 for follow-up.
How is it that they charge more than specialist medical doctors/consultants with advanced degrees?
I was looking into Singapore (a similarly expensive city) at the top rated clinics such as raffles, and their prices are 100SGD (about 600 HKD, half the price of Hong Kong).
Is this crazy? Yeah I know "the rent, blah blah blah", but even relative to other things like food, clothes, and GP fees, physios seem unnaturally expensive by comparison).
As an example, in my home country, a GP visit is about 50 euro, a physio about the same price (but for a full hour). In hk, physio is always more expensive than a doctor.
Are there any good physios who'll charge less than an arm and a leg in hk? Does not seem likely.