TCM PAIN MANAGEMENT In SINGAPORE
Our bad posture keeps our shoulder and neck muscles tight. When that happens, it can lead to pain in those areas with weak blood flow, causing pain-related conditions like neck pain, back pain, headaches, shoulder pain, joint pains, etc. It may also cause headaches, tingling sensations, numbness and weakness.
TCM is the most common treatment to relieve pain with no side effects. We have more than 20 years of experience in chronic pain management in TCM for back pain in Singapore, neck pain and shoulder pain as well. Physical pain is a warning. Do not ignore your chronic pain in your neck, shoulder, or your back. It can become severe when you get older.
How can our pain management programme help?
In order to relieve the pain, SIN KANG TCM clinic use treatment methods like:
- NO-PAIN acupuncture™
- Tui na
- Osteopathic bone adjustment
- Activator gun adjustment
- Moxibustion therapy
- Herbal medication
We provide Pain Management Programmes that are guaranteed to help you relieve these stubborn pains and aches in your body. Knee injuries and lower back pains in Singapore are among the most common pain-related cases. We recommend treatment via our Pain Management Programme if you are experiencing any of the following:
- Neck pain
- Knee pain
- Upper Back pain
- Lower Back pain
- Shoulder pain
- Joint pain
Our team of skilled therapists use a mixture of techniques such as Acupuncture, Tui Na and Cupping to relax and soothe the affected muscles. Not only will the pain be relieved, but our pain management programme will also help to improve your blood flow and circulation in the body, which promotes overall health and healing.
Book a consultation or appointment with us to learn more about the benefits of our Pain Management Programme!
Q: Is TCM or Western medicine better?
A: Compared to Western medicine’s approach of curative care, TCM will be able to re-balance your body for optimal health quality. TCM provides a holistic approach to manage problems (e.g. pains) and strengthen the body, alongside the body’s healing processes. This is done through a series of treatments that may include Tuina, moxibustion, osteopathy, acupuncture and herbal medication. Generally, as Western medicine and TCM are complementary, you are able to receive both types of treatment concurrently. Nevertheless, our physicians will also advise you during the treatment process.