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Table 1 Demographic and Practice Characteristics reported by Chiropractors (N = 288)

From: Chiropractic treatment of older adults with neck pain with or without headache or dizziness: analysis of 288 Australian chiropractors’ self-reported views

 n (%)
Gender
 Male207 (71.88)
 Female81 (28.13)
Age (years)
 25–3440 (13.89)
 35–4468 (23.61)
 45–5491 (31.60)
 55–6475 (26.04)
  ≥ 6514 (4.86)
Years in practice
 0–525 (8.68)
 6–1032 (11.11)
 11–1542 (14.58)
 16–1928 (9.72)
  ≥ 20161 (55.90)
State/territory of practice
 New South Wales91 (31.60)
 Victoria66 (22.92)
 Western Australia49 (17.01)
 Queensland37 (12.85)
 South Australia32 (11.11)
 Australian Capital Territory9 (3.13)
 Northern Territory2 (0.69)
 Tasmania2 (0.69)
Main practice location
 suburb132 (45.83)
 Inner city63 (21.88)
 Regional centre63 (21.88)
 Rural30 (10.42)
Main practice type
 Private practice – Solo122 (42.36)
 Private practice – Group of chiropractors111 (38.54)
 Private practice – Multidisciplinary (excluding GPs)49 (17.01)
 Private practice – Multidisciplinary (including GPs)6 (2.08)
Patient visits in practice per week
  < 3024 (8.33)
 31–6060 (20.83)
 61–10067 (23.26)
  > 100137 (47.57)
New patients in practice per week
 0–3123 (42.71)
 4–8131 (45.49)
 9–2027 (9.38)
  > 207 (2.43)