Scope of work
The role of JOCOC falls into 4 categories : (1) Clinic Service; (2) Training for health professionals; (3) Public education and (4) Research.


JOCOC carries out assessment, treatment and rehabilitation programme for patients referred from both public and private sectors. JOCOC also has structured physical activity programme conducted by physiotherapist and occupational therapist. Fracture and osteoporotic patients will be screened and assessed by the research professionals and will allocated to the programme. The programme is intensive and tailor-made to suit individual needs for improving muscle strength and flexibility, and body balance.

  Clinic Service Charge
Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DXA)
  Hip + Lumbar spine + Doctor consultation (new case) $1,250
  Hip + Lumbar spine $880
  Whole body scan $450
  Hip + Lumbar spine + Whole body scan $1,200
High resolution peripheral quantitiative computed tomography (HR-pQCT) of bone microarchitecture $1,200
Clinics Consultation Fee
  New case $500
  Old case $320


  Rehabilitation Service Charge
Falls, Muscle Mass & Fractures Prevention Assessment for the Elderly
  -Length of assessment: approximately 2 hours
-Assessments include muscle strength, balance, mobility, muscle mass, cognition and Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) for hip and lumbar spine
  Already have valid1 whole body scan AND Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) for hip and lumbar spine $700
  Already have valid1 whole body scan OR Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) for hip and lumbar spine $1,000
  1 report issued within a year
Fall Prevention Exercise Class for the Elderly (designed by physiotherapist and guided by physical fitness trainer)
  • Each class consists of 12 weekly 1-hour lessons
  • Classes are held at the Centre
  • Max 10 people per class
  • Participant will receive a training handbook
Full Medical Report
  Each report $700
  DEXA Report Copy $50
  Re-print receipt $20

Training for health professionals

JOCOC participates actively in supporting International Osteoporosis Foundation, Hong Kong Osteoporosis Foundation and various medical societies in training for health professionals via the coorganizing of medical symposiums, seminars and courses for medical doctors and allied health professionals.

Public education

JOCOC promotes public awareness in the prevention and management of osteoporosis by organising community health talks, workshops and World Osteoporosis Day.


JOCOC participated and also currently undergoing research or study projects on osteoporosis which falls into aspects of epidemiology, cost benefits, biomechanics, genetics, AI, biomarkers, etc. JOCOC staff members involved the release of 29 publications & conference papers in 2016 & 2017.

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Last revision date: Jun 2018