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Acupuncture

NO-PAIN ACUPUNCTURE™

SIN KANG TCM

Chinese acupuncture is a popular and well-liked treatment in Singapore. It helps with a variety of body functions, including facial and body management, pain relief, and more.

With many of the physicians in our Chinese acupuncture center having over 20 years of experience, you can trust our team to provide you with the best traditional Chinese acupuncture experience you can find in Singapore.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions About Chinese Acupuncture

  • Does the Chinese facial acupuncture treatment include a facial?

    Hi there, while our facial acupuncture treatment in Singapore will achieve the same (if not better) benefits than a typical facial, such as reduce wrinkles, reduce sagginess and improve general skin complexion, our treatment is not a facial treatment and will not include exfoliation, cleansing or masks.

  • Does facial acupuncture really work?

    After just five sessions of Chinese facial acupuncture, the majority of participants observed benefits, according to one study. The result is a tightening of the general appearance of the skin by restoring blood flow and aiding to enhance collagen formation at recognized and carefully selected places.

     

    One should also note that facial acupuncture is not the same as acupuncture.

    They are different services with different benefits and are also priced differently at our clinics.

    Regular acupuncture serves to treat chronic issues, pain relief, balances the body and resolves most ailments relating to immunity, discomfort and pain.

    Facial acupuncture serves to rejuvenate the facial skin and promote anti-ageing effects.

  • How much does one acupuncture session usually cost in your clinic?

    Our Sports Acupuncture (for soreness) start from $90 per session.

    Our Facial Acupuncture is $188 per session.

  • Why do acupuncture practitioners look at your tongue in Chinese acupuncture centers?

    Acupuncture practitioners in Singapore look at your tongue for a reason.

    Acupuncturists examine the color, texture, and coating of your tongue. Furthermore, the form of your tongue can show signs of ill health or the lack thereof.

  • Does Chinese acupuncture have any effect?

    Yes, Chinese acupuncture is very effective. The central nervous system is said to be stimulated by acupuncture sites. As a result, chemicals are released into the muscles, spinal cord, and brain. These metabolic changes may boost physical and mental well-being by stimulating the body’s natural healing capacities.

  • What is the duration of each acupuncture session in your Chinese acupuncture center?

    Depending on the sort of treatment you require, acupuncture sessions in our Singapore clinic might run anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour.

  • What are the negative side effects of Chinese acupuncture?

    While acupuncture can cause certain harmful side effects, if you have a skilled, certified acupuncture practitioner who uses sterile needles, the hazards of Chinese acupuncture are minimal.

    Soreness and slight bleeding or bruises where the needles were implanted are common side effects, but these will hardly ever cause any pain or health risks and naturally goes away after several hours or a few days. Because single-use, disposable needles are now the norm in Singapore acupuncture clinics, the risk of infection is low.

  • Who should not get Chinese acupuncture?

    Chinese acupuncture is not for everyone.

    Hemophilia or the use of blood thinners are examples of bleeding disorders that make acupuncture unsuitable. Needling in the stomach area or the lumbosacral region should also be avoided if you’re pregnant. Acupuncture that stimulates the early delivery of a fetus or even leads to termination should be avoided as well.

  • How does Chinese acupuncture work?

    Acupuncture is tied to the notion in traditional Chinese medicine that sickness is caused by interruptions in the flow of energy, or “qi”, in the body. Chinese acupuncture stimulates acupuncture points or acupressure sites on or beneath the skin to release “qi”.

  • Does Chinese acupuncture hurt?

    It depends on the individual. Chinese acupuncture is usually pain-free, but some people may have ant-bite feels, soreness, itchiness or heaviness sensation. This is normal and is called “de qi”, indicating the flow of energy inside the body.

  • Is acupuncture in Singapore safe?

    Chinese acupuncture is almost always safe if performed correctly. All the needles used at our acupuncture clinic are premium quality, single-use, sterile and pre-packaged.

  • What are the benefits of Chinese acupuncture?

    Chinese acupuncture provides control and relief for chronic pain, and is particularly helpful for patients for whom pain medications are not suitable. It also improves the body’s functions and promotes the natural self-healing process by stimulating acupuncture points.

  • How many treatment sessions of Chinese acupuncture will I need?

    The frequency and number of treatments differ from person to person. Some people experience dramatic relief right from the first Chinese acupuncture treatment session. For complex or long-standing chronic conditions, or for treatments that need to recondition the body, more than one session is needed. Such individuals will require consistent and frequent treatments. An individualised treatment plan that includes the expected number of sessions will be discussed during your initial visit to our acupuncture clinic.

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      WHAT TO EXPECT

      Chinese acupuncture is a common and well-received technique in Singapore. It is beneficial to many different aspects of the body – including facial, body management, pain relief etc.

      Traditional Chinese acupuncture looks to balance and support various organs, therefore harmonizing and restoring the body’s natural ability to heal itself.

      The techniques we use at our acupuncture clinic combine the perfect blend of ancient Chinese therapy and modern medical advancements to deliver the most soothing and laser-focused healing that TCM has to offer.

      SIN KANG TCM clinic has the best acupuncture practice in Singapore in NO-PAIN TCM Acupuncture™. The highly-skilled and experienced physicians in our Chinese acupuncture center use ultra-thin TCM acupuncture needles with guide tubes that allow them to swiftly and accurately insert the needles into the skin, making the process clean and painless.

      Many of our physicians at our acupuncture clinic have had over 20 years of experience. You can trust our skilled team to provide you with the best TCM acupuncture in Singapore.

      Come treat yourself to a wonderful and natural healing experience with our signature painless Chinese acupuncture today!


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