TCM’s treatment of Gynaecological Disorders

By SI En TCM Research Desk

Singapore’s Foremost TCM Treatment Centre for Gynaecological Disorders

Restore the natural flow to your body with effective natural therapy from qualified practitioners. Menstrual or gynaecological difficulties are generally indicative of wider systemic problems or an unhealthy lifestyle. Western medicine tends to treat only the symptoms of common gynaecological disorders like irregular periods, intense cramps, and endometriosis with harsh medication that causes further imbalance in the body and simply masks the illness so that it will return as soon as the treatment ceases.

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TCM‘s Pain Management

Article contributed Physician Zhou Xiao Wei (Senior Pain Consultant /Therapist)

Pain is the feeling of discomfort, distress and possibly agony, depending on the severity. While acute pain is of short duration, chronic pain is an ongoing condition, such as back pain, neck pain, headaches and pain related to illness. Illness where pain is the most important symptom experienced can be called ‘pain syndrome’.

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TCM Treatment for Bowel and Digestive Disorders

By SI En TCM Research Desk

Digestive problems are painful, frustrating, uncomfortable and embarrassing. Although in Western medicine, disorders like irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease and chronic gastritis are little understood and are seemingly without effective treatment, the TCM approach can help you manage and, in some cases, eliminate these debilitating conditions.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in the treatment of Hypertension

Article contributed by Physician ONG Kwee-Nam

Hypertension is an important worldwide public-health challenge with high mortality and disability.

Considerable progress has been made by domestic and foreign clinical experts and researchers for the treatment of hypertension. However, only 25% of patients could achieve the goal and recurrent cardiovascular events still occur in those who take antihypertensive drugs. Mortality rates of hypertension are still far from optimal.

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