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Postby AussieChiro » 08 May 2002, 06:55

Aussie Chiropractic Centre, Taipei
3rd Fl., No.234~1 Sec.6, Roosevelt Rd. Taipei
Tel: (02)2935-2477

Professional clinical management in:
Neck pain, back pain, headache, sports injury, automobile injury, work injury, scoliosis, Neuralgia, arthraligia, spinal wellness care.

Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tue~Sat: AM9:30~12:30 PM3:00~7:30
Sun: PM3:00~7:30

Doctor speaks English
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Postby panda » 08 May 2002, 12:36

do you accept national health insurance???
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Postby AussieChiro » 10 May 2002, 15:56

the national health insurance does not cover it, but most foreign and some local insurance do, as long as clinical report and recipts are obtained from the health provider.
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Postby Steve Zodiac » 11 Nov 2002, 20:01

A number of people have been asking me about where to find a good chiropractor in Taipei.

I think the best advice I can give you is to contact Dr. Mark Griffin.

Dr. Mark is an American chiropractor who has a new office in the Zhongxiao East Road area, near the Zhongxiao Dunhua MRT station.

I have used Dr. Mark's services -- as both a chiropractor and foot orthotist -- for about two years.

I know a lot about chiropractors and physiotherapists, and I have to say that I am very pleased with the results from Dr. Mark.

He is also a certified Chi gung instructor and if you have an interest in Chinese medicine or Chinese gung fu, he can talk to you about that too in English or Chinese.

Dr. Mark's fees -- like most chiropractors and the like in Taiwan -- are not covered by the National Health Insurance Program. They are, however, reasonable; and it is possible that your private insurance or group insurance will cover the fees.

Anyway, if you need a chiropractor and don't have one, the best thing you can do is call Dr. Mark.

The number is (O2) 2828-3850 or (02) 8771-3516.

You can also visit his Web site at www.drsoles.net

(The Web Site is in Chinese, so get a friend to help).

When you contact him, tell him Steve sent you.
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Postby maoman » 11 Nov 2002, 21:58

Steve Zodiac wrote:I think the best advice I can give you is to contact Dr. Mark Griffin.


I agree. I saw Dr. Griffin a couple of years ago when he was doing consultations at California Fitness. I was having problems with a torn hamstring due to a Taekwondo injury, and he was able to diagnose the problem correctly and prescribe the appropriate therapy to rehabilitate it. As Steve mentioned, Dr. Griffin is very well-versed in the martial arts and martial arts injuries. Highest recommendations. 8-)
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Postby Steve Zodiac » 24 Aug 2004, 03:50

I have also heard good things about the above-mentioned Aussie chiro.

I have not used his services, but a friend of mine has as recommends him highly.


Aussie Chiropractic Centre, Taipei
3rd Fl., No.234~1 Sec.6, Roosevelt Rd. Taipei
Tel: (02)2935-2477

Professional clinical management in:
Neck pain, back pain, headache, sports injury, automobile injury, work injury, scoliosis, Neuralgia, arthraligia, spinal wellness care.

Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tue~Sat: AM9:30~12:30 PM3:00~7:30
Sun: PM3:00~7:30

Doctor speaks English
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