Lee Jin Shun
Explained clearly to me about my condition. Made accurate diagnosis and prescribed medication that made me feel better overall. I have recommended Dr. Lee to my friends and family.
Very relaxing and comfortable doctor. Stiffness in ankle was relieved after accupuncture
Can TCM Physicians In Singapore Diagnose Everything Just By Taking Your Pulse? This No-Holds Barred Q&A Reveals All
Conventional methods don’t necessarily equate to being the most effective. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been steadily gaining traction in Singapore and plenty of folks seek out all kinds of cool (and intriguing) TCM treatments like herbal medication, acupuncture and cupping.
Let’s face it. Many of us have a strange and profoundly inexplicable fear of any healing practices that are new to us, viewing them with a slightly raised eyebrow and even dismissing them outright as new age mumbo-jumbo (even though they are often ancient).
It probably goes without saying that these fears aren’t always justified. After all, Traditional Chinese Medicine has been officially recognised and regulated by MOH since 2004. Furthermore, shouldn’t ancient techniques that have been applied over centuries of practice (since before you were crawling around in diapers) hold some degree of weight?
Physician Lee Jin Shun, a registered TCM physician, has a thing or two to say about this.
DxD Sessions features his opinions on TCM treatments in Singapore as he answers the most common questions surrounding the topic.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been steadily gaining popularity in Singapore. There's a growing number of people seeking TCM treatments like herbal medication, acupuncture, and cupping to treat health problems.
If you're interested in using TCM to improve your health or manage your medical conditions, join Physician Lee Jin Shun as he hosts a QnA session on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Singapore.