TCMPB Registration Number: T0401891J
With the rapid development and change of the social environment, human health will be facing more severe impacts and challenges. As a medical system that has a holism and applies natural treatment principles, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) will become more important to maintain human health.
"The superior doctor cures the illness that is still obscure.” Traditional Chinese medicine directly or indirectly activates the body's visceral energy through Chinese herbs, acupuncture, moxibustion, blood-letting, and acupoint massage, which help restore the body's righteousness, coordinate five zang-organs, and achieve a healthy state of balance of yin and yang.
Through special acupuncture methods and the application of customised Chinese herbs, traditional Chinese medicine has improved the symptoms of patients with mild to severe eczema and restored their well-being and confidence. It is effective for patients with motor nerve injury, such as knee arthritis, cervical spondylosis, headache, frozen shoulder, back pain, sprain of ankle, tenosynovitis, etc. Traditional Chinese medicine also has strongly proven effects on patients with chronic diarrhoea, abdominal distension, abdominal pain, constipation, weak spleen, stomach and mental fatigue.
I was graduated from Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a bachelor degree in TCM in 2006. Nanjing University of TCM is one of the few recognised universities by Singapore with several renown professors.
As a long-term practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine, I have frequently attended seminars, academic exchanges, professional conferences in acupuncture and medicine, etc. to learn and grasp new knowledge. I also occasionally hold lectures to share health care knowledge in traditional Chinese medicine. I believe that the knowledge and wisdom contained in traditional Chinese medicine could bring patients the most effective treatment and help them stride on the road to well-being.