Adjunct Physician/Chief Physician
Adjunct Physician/Chief Physician
TCMPB Registered Physician
PhD of Medicine (TCM), Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Bachelor’s degree in Medicine in Japanese, China Medical University.
Clinical Experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology since 1993 in Second Affiliated Hospital of Dalian Medical University.
Division: Gynaecological diseases, Internal Medicine, Acupuncture (Experienced in menstrual issue, infertility, menopausal syndrome)
Adjunct Physician/Deputy Chief Physician
TCMPB Registered Physician
Diploma, Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
With more than 35 years of Clinical Experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Division: Internal Medicine, Acupuncture, Diabetes
Diploma, Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Master of Medicine (TCM), Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine
With more then 20 years Clinical Experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Division: Acupuncture, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics
With more than 25 years of Clinical Experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Division: Internal Medicine, Acupuncture, Abdominal acupuncture, Slimming，Moxibustion
Bachelor of Medicine（TCM), Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine
Division: Internal Medicine, Acupuncture
Bachelor of Medicine (Chinese Medicine), Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Sciences, Nanyang Technological University
Bachelor of Medicine (Chinese Medicine),
Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine，China /
Singapore College of TCM
Apoplectic sequela, Paralysis, Facial paralysis, Drooling, Numbness, hand tremors.
Cervical spondylosis symptoms include pain in head, neck, back and arm.
Alopecia, Alopecia areata, Balding, Dandruff, Seborrheic Dermatitis, Hair loss due to Nutrition deficiency.
Conditioning before and after tumor surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Reduce side effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy (Eg. Digestive dysfunction, Abdominal distension, Nausea, Poor appetite, Constipation and Diarrhoea, Reduce bone marrow suppression, Increase white blood cells, platelets and red blood cells, Stomatitis caused by radiotherapy.) Enhance immune function, Increase quality of life.
Elevated blood glucose levels, feeling lethargic, numbness in the hands and feet, blurred vision.
Utilizes advanced clinical ophthalmic instruments
Dry eye, Scleritis, Uveitis, Ocular lesions, Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Retinopathy, Autoimmune eye disease, Hereditary eye disease, Optic nerve disease
Consultation is strictly by appointment. Walk in requests would not be entertained.
Contact Us @ 6756 7830
Childhood myopia is an increasingly prevalent sight in Singapore, with one in five
children wearing spectacles before they enter primary school. In fact, the Singapore
National Eye Centre has indicated that myopia is a serious problem in Singapore. The
prevalence of childhood myopia among seven-to nine-year-olds is one of the highest in
Join Dr Pat Lim, Dr Koh Hui Hiang, Mr Chua Zhi Peng (Donovan) in this English/Chinese
bilingual talk to find out the methods used to diagnose childhood myopia and how to
use TCM treatment to prevent and manage childhood myopia.
Health care is a health care activity that takes care of the body, reduces disease, improves health, and prolongs life. It can be achieved through various methods such as lifting our spirits, adjusting the diet, exercising, and so on. It is a comprehensive life-long and longevity activity. Under the guidance of TCM theory, TCM health education supports the body and mind, enhances physical fitness and prevents diseases.
Physician : Chen Ye Hui
Find yourself counting sheep in bed? Or feeling like you aren’t rested even after a full night’s sleep? Is the lack of quality sleep causing you to constantly be exhausted, affecting your daily life? Insomnia is a common sleep disorder in Singapore that is reported to affect up to 15% of all Singaporeans. The lack of sleep may even impact your mood and emotions, undermining your mental wellbeing. In this talk, we will be sharing advice about how to manage Insomnia from a TCM point of view, and to maintain your mental health to prevent its progression towards the dreaded depression. Come over to learn more about the TCM perspective for a good night’s rest and a clear and happy mind!
Physician : Koh Choon Chuan
With a busy society filled with never-ending deadlines and a hectic lifestyle, stress has be-come a part and parcel of our daily life. Come down and have a morning chat with us, as we introduce a TCM perspective for managing and relieving ourselves of these unnecessary stress-es, where we’ll also touch base with Dementia and Parkinson’s, 2 commonly seen but poorly understood conditions!
Physician : Tay E Eric
Is your waist, hips, knees, and lower limbs stiff and sore? What else can you do besides seeing a doctor? Let “Lower back and Knee Pain” share with you on managing the pain with DIY Chinese medicine acupressure points, massage and exercises.
Physician : Wong Seok Peng
Is your neck and shoulders stiff and sore? What else can you do besides seeing a doctor? Let “Neck and Shoulder Pain” share with you on managing the pain with DIY Chinese medicine acupressure points, massage and exercises.
Physician : Peh Wei Liang William
Yishun Innova Junior College visited the Yishun Branch of the Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution.
Senior Medical Executive Peh Wei Liang William , introduce the history of Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution and Chinese medicine treatment.
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