EMW Physiotherapy & TCM
9 Scotts Road #10-04, Scotts Medical Centre @ Pacific Plaza, Singapore 228210
Contact us through +65 67359459
Where the best of both worlds meet
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Services We Provide
An Integrative Approach to Pain Management
What makes EMW Physiotherapy & TCM Clinic different from other clinics is that we have both physiotherapists and TCM physicians working closely together with patients to provide the best possible treatment outcome for the patient. The treatment plan developed by us will be specially tailored to your condition and degree of pain, your needs and your personal objectives.
Joint Mobilization is where the therapist would move the joints either through it’s normal range of movement (physiological movement) or glide the bones of the joints through the plane of the joint (accessory movement).
Pain Management is acheived in our clinic with the use of the ultrasound, Transcutaneous Electro-Nervous Stimulator (TENS), heat therapy and cryotherapy
We would design a rehabilitation program for our patients who had injured themselves, while doing their sport or in an accident, and would like to return to their sports as soon as possible. The program would be tailored to their specific needs and level of competition.
We would teach our patients exercises to stretch and strengthen their muscles to aid in their recovery. Together with our hands-on joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization and/or pain management modalities, we strive to ease our patients pain and return them back to their activities.
Sports taping is used to prevent further aggravation of injuries in either their joints or muscles while participating in sports upon recovering from their injuries.
We use Formthotics™ for our orthotic fitting. The purpose of the orthotics is to support your arch and are commonly used to aid in relieving foot and heel pain. It can also be used to relief knee and back pain if the problem is arising from an over-pronation of your foot.
TCM is effective in the treatment of headaches, back pain, sciatic pain, neck and shoulder pain, knee pain, heel pain, as well as fibromyalgia, arthritis & carpal tunnel syndrome.
Acupuncture is an ancient Asian medicinal art based on ‘meridian theory’ devised 5,000 years ago that involves the use of thin, cylindrical needles that are inserted into specific portions of the body called acupuncture points.
Lifestyle, stress and dietary factors can put a strain on our digestive system. TCM provides satisfactory relief for digestive disorders such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome(IBS), constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux and indigestion through herbal medication, acupuncture and other treatment methods.
Traditonal Chinese Medicine(TCM) can be utilised in fertility consultations as an alternative as well as supplement to other medical methods. In this context, it benefits from the fact that the unusual reception of TCM in the West has integrated aspects of psychological diagnosis and care, in addition to the therapeutic application of acupuncture/moxibustion and Chinese medicinals, into a special treatment concept.
A woman’s body goes through many cycles in the course of a lifetime. From the onset of puberty, healthy pregnancy, and menopause, with many years of menstruation in between, a woman’s body is in a constant state of change. Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine work to restore balance and overall vitality to women along any stage of their journey.
Male infertility affects 10-15% of reproductive-aged couples worldwide yet is a condition that gets little attention. Clinical trials suggest that acupuncture and TCM herbs can improve sperm motility, increase sperm count and improve sperm quality. In conjunction with ART or even for reaching natural fertility potential, acupuncture treatment is a simple, non-invasive method that can improve sperm quality.
Scraping, or otherwise known as guasha, is a therapeutic method for pain management using tools to scrape or rub the surface of the body to relieve blood stagnation. It consists of using the therapeutic scraping through jade stone, porcelain spoon, buffalo horn and other means, to through stimulation in specific areas produce local therapeutics effects and to restore the organic functions, being able to be used as a diagnostic method.
Cupping is a lesser-known treatment that is also part of Traditional Chinese medicine, one that can provide an especially pleasant experience. In recent years cupping has been growing in popularity, with celebrities and athletes drawing public attention to the traditional benefits of Chinese cupping therapy techniques.
9 Scotts Road #10-04 Scotts Medical Centre @ Pacific Plaza Singapore 228210