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Re: Good Chiropractor

Postby dennis96 » Fri, 13 May 2016 10:32 am

bryanavoti wrote:
almisty1 wrote:Can anyone recommend a good chiropractor? Also how much can I expect to pay? Thanks


I usually takes siting at chiropractic center. They are doing great job. Chiropractic treatment helps me to get relief from spine problems.


Asia One Chiropractic is quite good. Good doctors from US and good locaitons (Orchard Somerset, Tanjong Pagar). visit here. google with "Asia One Chiropractic". esp. Dr. John is really professional. Magic! :)

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Re: Good Chiropractor

Postby dennis96 » Fri, 13 May 2016 10:36 am

GenesisSol wrote:How can i find more information about Chiropractic and compare their treatments? I've checked out a few Chiropractic Websites.

And they claim that chiropractic can help most pains, but is there somewhere to compare all the patients reviews etc?


I think we can't believe patient's reviews. All patients are different. Just visiting good doctor is best. my chiropractor is really good. he knows what's wrong and cure pains very well. Dr. John. He is at Orchard Somerset Clinic. Google with "Asia One Chiropractic".

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Re: Good Chiropractor

Postby ElineElisa » Wed, 01 Jun 2016 8:35 pm

The doctor who attended to me was Dr Steve Lee. He advised me to have a full x-ray done for my whole spine. Initially I was quite relectant to have that done, as previous x-rays shows nothing of my problem.

Pretty good. At least some slightly more sophisticated attempt but unfortunately for you still too obvious and you got banned (and the url removed).

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Re: Good Chiropractor

Postby hera1030 » Mon, 27 Jun 2016 4:09 pm

I need some advice on whether anyone heard of chiropractic clinic at Toa Payoh

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Re: Good Chiropractor

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 27 Jun 2016 9:59 pm

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Re: Good Chiropractor

Postby craighouston » Fri, 29 Jul 2016 9:49 am

I engage a powerful chiropractor at my local home at a discounted rate. He's got 1 year of experience and is a fully trained professional.

Seriously recommending this guy, he's just 3 years old and he steps on my back and i can feel the tension ease away. My son!

Try it with your children, peeps!

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 29 Jul 2016 1:03 pm

^^^^This.

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Postby Dmon1Unlimited » Mon, 21 Aug 2017 8:00 pm

quackwatch wrote:In order to avoid mateyboy experience, learn from my experience

1) When they ask you to come 3 x a week for x number of months..Watch Out. You are about to be locked into a "chiropractic spa package" and spend anywhere between 2.000 to 7,000 dollars

2) You are told your condition is serious you have Stage 5 degeneration or something like that. Sounds scary right but wait till they tell u how much they want from your wallet.

3) You should be able to ask for you money back for whatever you have not consumed "No Questions Asked" refund policy. Check your black and white when you sign those long papers and questionnaire they give you.

4) Not sure about what you are told about your condition or how much you should spend, get a second opinion. You are smarter than that. One of my friends was locked into the system for 1 year only to find he has AS or some kind or irreversible spine disease. Now his disease has progressed to a more advance stage.

5) Don't believe everything you read in this forum. Check it out yourself get a real live person or friend referral.


Hi there. I made an account because I'm an expat too and this seems like the perfect thread. Apologies for old thread posting but I hoped someone could help me?


I've had lower back problems for the last year or so where it gradually has been getting worse (and I'm quite scared it will continue). The GP recommended physio but it isn't covered by my insurance. My company may help but i need a letter from a back specialist.

I've been trying to find a good one although I'm worried about so-called "specialists" who will just pressure you into buying expensive long packages.

From my research, I think i've narrowed it down to:

LifeSystems Chiropractic (Dr Timothy Lim)
and orthopaedic specialists from Mount Elizabeth Hospital

prices from consultation + xray cost around $130-200 which is fine. (at this time i just want a detailed consultation to understand what is wrong with my lower back and a letter from them, no treatment yet).

i was initially going for mount elizabeth since they sound professional, but from the email exchanges, it sounds like Dr Lim from LifeSystems sounds much more friendly and cheaper

But I haven't seen that many endorsements for LifeSystems

I really want my lower back to be fixed, and be fixed permanently, i don't mind paying a bit more so long as i know i wont be coming back after I'm treated

Would you still recommend Dr Lim/LifeSystem even after 7 odd years?

Any advice? I'm a bit desperate haha. I like Singapore a lot, but living here and dealing with healthcare issues really makes you appreciate the UK's NHS.


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