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Chinese Acupunture Clinic

Postby KittyJules76 » Tue, 29 Jun 2010 12:47 pm

I am having a sort of insomia (sleep 4/5 hours at most) and lately having
difficult in concentrating everything (especially at my work). The doctor
said it's stress-related and gave me some sleeping pills. I end up not
sleeping at all after I took the pills. I went back to the doctor and he
gave me another type of pills which I was afraid to try again. I tried
meditation, yoga, some said excessive excercise also work but unfortunately
the more I get tired the the more I couldnt sleep. I become more and more
frustrated myself and lately I think I am suffering from a bit of

My work colleague said I should try Chinese traditional medicine and also
acupunture so anyone can recommend Chinese traditional clinic?

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Postby clara10 » Wed, 30 Jun 2010 10:33 am

Recently my friend brought me to the Bedok Reservoir Area (nice place for strolls) , it's the area around blks like 742 etc.... saw an unusual number of tcm shops around the whole area. You might like to check out this place.

It's nice walking by the reservoir too! :D

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Postby kimora » Wed, 30 Jun 2010 5:55 pm

i visited a chinese acupuncturist in Rochor Centre 2nd floor, dr Tiang
5 Banda Street #02-56, there is also one in Bukit Timah Plaza second level outside entrance to Fairprice NTUC

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Postby flame » Sun, 04 Jul 2010 1:19 am

Try Raffles Chinese Medicine clinic inside the Raffles Hospital (near Bugis MRT).
The physicians are good and I find it quite convenient as the clinic speaks a lot of English and they have a lot of expat patients.

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Postby berkshire_yorkie » Sun, 04 Jul 2010 7:20 pm

Huaxia Acupucture & Chinese Medical Centre, #02-19 Golden Mile Tower

Tel: 6298 1751

Oldish guy, speaks some English, not fluent but enough to get by.

SG$40 per hour I recommend highly.
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Postby happinessinme » Fri, 09 Jul 2010 9:29 pm

I have only tried it for a couple of times but didn't continue it.

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