First TCM clinic that focuses on pain management

East Meets West

TCM Pain Management & Treatment 

  Shoulder Pain | Lower Back Pain | Knee Pain | Headache     

 

Healing Your Pain with Natural Treatment

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East Meets West TCM Pain Management & Treatment 

 Shoulder Pain | Back Pain | Knee Pain | Wrist Pain

Healing Your Pain with Natural Treatment

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What causes pain? 

Based on TCM principles, pain is caused by qi and blood blockages in the body, which could be caused by various factors, such as injury, exposure to wind or dampness, overexertion, lack of rest, or an overall weak immunity. TCM treatments focus on improving qi and blood flow, thus reducing pain.

 

How does pain become chronic? 

The term chronic pain refers to persistent or recurrent pain that lasts or occurs for more than three months. People tend to think chronic pain only occurs in the elderly, but recurrent and persistent aches and pains are becoming more common among young people as well. In a study done in 2016, about 14% of Singaporeans suffer from chronic pain.

 

TCM Management & Treatment for Pain

Acupuncture

TCM recognises that acupuncture can help to improve qi and blood flow, restoring balanced stability in our bodies. It is performed by inserting needles into your body to stimulate the release of natural chemicals to aid your body in healing itself and alleviate pain and inflammation. 

Qi’Nergy Tuina

More than just a therapeutic massage, Qi’Nergy Tuina promotes health through clearing of Qi blockages and triggering of deep tissue healing. It combines the traditional tuina and acupressure massage with the Western methods of myofascial trigger point release and radio frequency energy that can help improve qi blood circulation, relieve pain conditions and improve digestion. The application of a higher frequency radio wavelengths is effective in reducing acute swelling and higher penetration of inflamed tissues, resulting in better tension relief. While a lower frequency wavelength along with the tuina massage is effective in treating patients who experience chronic painful conditions, allowing deeper reparative healing without triggering muscle excitability.

 Pain Conditions that TCM Pain Management & Treatment can used for

  • Shoulder pain
  • Headaches / Migraine
  • Neck pain
  • Back pain
  • Heel / leg pain
  • Wrist pain
  • Knee pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Menstrual Pain

What causes pain? 

Based on TCM principles, pain is caused by qi and blood blockages in the body, which could be caused by various factors, such as injury, exposure to wind or dampness, overexertion, lack of rest, or an overall weak immunity. TCM treatments focus on improving qi and blood flow, thus reducing pain.

 

How does pain become chronic? 

The term chronic pain refers to persistent or recurrent pain that lasts or occurs for more than three months. People tend to think chronic pain only occurs in the elderly, but recurrent and persistent aches and pains are becoming more common among young people as well. In a study done in 2016, about 14% of Singaporeans suffer from chronic pain.

 

TCM Treatment for Pain

Acupuncture

TCM recognises that acupuncture can help to improve qi and blood flow, restoring balanced stability in our bodies. It is performed by inserting needles into your body to stimulate the release of natural chemicals to aid your body in healing itself and alleviate pain and inflammation. 

Qi’Nergy Tuina

More than just a therapeutic massage, Qi’Nergy Tuina promotes health through clearing of Qi blockages and triggering of deep tissue healing. It combines the traditional tuina and acupressure massage with the Western methods of myofascial trigger point release and radio frequency energy that can help improve qi blood circulation, relieve pain conditions and improve digestion. The application of a higher frequency radio wavelengths is effective in reducing acute swelling and higher penetration of inflamed tissues, resulting in better tension relief. While a lower frequency wavelength along with the tuina massage is effective in treating patients who experience chronic painful conditions, allowing deeper reparative healing without triggering muscle excitability.

Pain Conditions that TCM Pain Management Treatment Can Used for

Shoulder Pain,  Neck Pain,  Back Pain,  Wrist Pain, Knee Pain, Leg / Heel Pain, Menstrual Pain, Sport Injuries, Headache / Migraine

 

 

Our East Meets West TCM Pain Management Treatment

Step 1:

Pain Assessment

Step 2:

Consultation

Step 3:

Customised TCM Treatment

Step 4:

Physical Movement Therapy

A 5-minute test using a skin conductance device is done to measure the pain level objectively.

The physician will conduct a one-to-one consultation to investigate your symptoms and devise a treatment plan to suit your condition.

You will undergo the customised TCM treatment/s administered by our physician and/or therapist.

Our physician/ therapist will guide you through a physical movement therapy developed by our physiotherapist to assist your recovery journey at home.

Our East Meets West TCM Pain Management Treatment

Step 1:

Pain Assessment

A 5-minute test using a skin conductance device is done to measure the pain level objectively.

Step 2:

Consultation

The physician will conduct a one-to-one consultation to investigate your symptoms and devise a treatment plan to suit your condition.

Step 3:

Customised TCM Treatment

You will undergo the customised TCM treatment/s administered by our physician and/or therapist.

Step 4:

Physical Movement Therapy

Our physician/ therapist will guide you through a physical movement therapy developed by our physiotherapist to assist your recovery journey at home.

Why would you choose us?

1) Our highly skilled Physicians are trained at Singapore Paincare Academy and have a wealth of clinical experience in treating challenging and complex conditions.

2) Just as Yin and Yang are antagonistic and yet complementary, we considerably increase the benefits of conventional Eastern TCM treatments by incorporating Western medical technology.  

3) Because we are able to measure the pain level of our patients objectively, we can accurately track your progress and make timely adjustments to your treatment plan.

4) We empower you to prolong the benefits of our treatments by teaching you specific physical movements developed by our Physiotherapist that you can perform at home.

5) Conveniently located at Marina Square

Pain Condition that TCM Pain Management Treatment Can Used for

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FIRST TRIAL

Consultation + TCM Pain Management Treatment

$118* only.

*T&C applies

Who We Are?

SINGAPORE PAIN CARE TCM WELLNESS CLINIC

THE YIN-YANG
HARMONY OF PAIN
MANAGEMENT

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Incepted by Singapore Paincare Holdings (“SPCH”), Singapore Paincare TCM Wellness (Marina Square) is a registered TCM clinic that treats pains and aches with a unique East meets West approach.

Our proprietary TCM treatments and wellness solutions are developed jointly by Western pain specialists and TCM physicians. We embody the Yin-Yang harmony concept by combining the TCM focus on internal qi regulation (Yin) with the Western medical emphasis of external physical therapies (Yang) to alleviate pain. We utilise modern medical diagnostic tools and innovative technologies to improve our results.

Our Professional Team

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Our caring professionals consist of TCMPB certified physicians together with Tuina Therapists trained under Singapore Paincare Academy. Together we serve with staunch commitment and uphold high standards in our pain relief practice to improve the well-being of our patients.

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APPOINTMENT
WITH US TODAY.

First Trial

Pain Management & Treatment

$118 (U.P. $270)

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Singapore Paincare TCM Wellness @ Marina Square

佰康合一中医疼痛护理

A Member of Singapore Paincare Holdings

Address

6 Raffles Boulevard #03-134-136
Marina Square, Singapore 039594

Operating Hours

Monday – Sunday
10am – 9pm

Singapore Paincare TCM Wellness

(Marina Square)

佰康合一中医疼痛护理

A Member of Singapore Paincare Holdings

Address

6 Raffles Boulevard #03-134-136
Marina Square, Singapore 039594

Operating Hours

Monday – Sunday
10am – 9pm