Dr Andy Kuk

Andy Kuk was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. From the moment he first stepped into a weight room in high school, he was hooked on human health and the functioning of the body. This convinced him to pursue a specialist degree in human biology from the University of Toronto. His passion for healthy living and a natural, medication-free lifestyle led him to search for a career that matched his philosophy. He would find that with chiropractic.

After graduating from the prestigious Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, he worked in private practice in Toronto until 2012. It was at that time that he and his wife decided to set off on a “once in a lifetime” adventure to explore their Asian heritage in the glamorous, fast-paced city of Hong Kong. The chiropractic profession in Hong Kong is still in its infancy but is growing in leaps and bounds as more and more people are searching for less invasive, natural means to achieve optimal health. It is Dr. Andy’s mission to improve the health of Hong Kong’s citizens, one adjustment at a time.

During his spare time Dr. Andy loves being a “gym rat”, playing golf and watching every sport imaginable. He also volunteers time promoting the chiropractic profession in Hong Kong as an honorary adviser for the Children Chiropractic Foundation (CCF) and through university and corporate lectures. But his biggest love is spending time with the two beautiful ladies in his life – his wife Iris and young daughter Sienna. He also has a feline son named Bubby.

“A wise man ought to realize that health is his most valuable possession” – Hippocrates

Credentials

Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C) – Graduated with honours from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Honours Bachelor of Science (Hons BSc.) – Graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Specialist degree in Human Biology
Certified Kennedy Spinal Decompression Therapy Practitioner
Certified Medical Compression Hosiery Fitter – The Orthotic Group
Honorary Advisor – Children Chiropractic Foundation (CCF) Hong Kong
Guest Lecturer – The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)
Corporate Wellness Consultant
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