Recommend Best TCM Doctor for Back Pain, Neck Pain, Knee Pain


Best TCM Doctor Treatment for Back Pain, Neck Pain, Knee Pain, Trigger Fingers, Frozen Shoulder, Headache                TCM Physician Recommend

Back pain is very common.  It can afflict almost anyone both young and old.  There can be young people who happen to carry things that are too heavy.  There are parents carrying their young kids and over-strained themselves.  Wrong postures can also cause back pain.  

Patients are often advised to go for an X-ray to find out if they have any problem with their spinal cord. In many cases, back pain is due to vertebrae discus narrowing that causes pinching of the nerve roots around the region. Some of them may experience the pain at the vertebrae around L1 to L5/S1.   Others may find pain radiating down from the waist to one side of their legs and may also feel the numbness on the leg.


Many of my patients are pleased to realize that TCM acupuncture and massage can actually relieve the pain.  I have a few General Practioner who would sometimes recommend their patients to see me if they have persistent pain and wish to visit TCM physicians. 











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My TCM clinic physicians have treated many patients with back pain ( lumbo-sacral spondylosis). Some of them had pain running down one side of their legs. Our TCM physician treated them with acupuncture, herbal plastering and TCM Chinese herbal medicine. Many cases with severe pain got well after a few treatments. Some of them were scheduled to go for surgery but  got well after the treatment and thus avoiding the trauma of  a surgery . Our TCM physicians treat them with a combination of the following: cupping, acupuncture, herbal plastering and TCM Chinese herbal medicine. You may like to ask how many times a person needs to have TCM treatments or how long it takes to get well? My answer is: some of them need two sessions while the others need as many as 10 sessions. Very often it depends on the severity of the case, the age of the patients, the duration of the illness and whether the patients have other conditions. Therefore it varies from case to case 因人而异.  

It is not uncommon for many people whether they are young or old to suffer from back pain and neck pain. These days many people have to work on the computer for long hours. I have patients who are as young as 18 years old and as old as 80 years old. Everyday our TCM clinic physicians see patients with back problem lumbo-sacral spondylosis. 

The cause of back pain is often due to the following reasons:-
-  Degeneration of the inter-vertebral discs 颈椎退化;
- Narrowing of dics space resulted in nerve being pressed 椎间盘狭窄压迫神经;
-  Osteophytes pressing on the nerve roots 骨刺增生压迫神经;
Symptoms include pain and restriction of movement 症状疼痛与活动不利.
Lumbo-sacral Spondylosis often affects L3,L4,L5/S1 while Cervical Spondylosis often affects C3, C4, C5, C6.

Our TCM physicians often advise patients who suffer back pain or neck pain (cervical spondylosis) to refrain from carry heavy things during the period.

For those who wish to consult a western trained orthopaedic doctor, I highly recommend Dr. Razmi of Centre for Spine and Orthopaedic Surgery at #05-13, Gleneagles Medical Centre,Tel: 67382628. He is a senior consultant and an orthopaedic surgeon. He is a very good doctor of high integrity. 

A patient with back pain receiving heat treatment and TCM acupuncture

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This patient had undergone an surgery in 2011.  He showed me an X-ray where stainless steel bars and screws were inserted on the neck (cervical Vertebrae).  He said that his neck pain recurred as he was on his computer work for a long time. He requested for acupuncture treatment for his neck pain.








A patient with back pain receiving heat treatment and TCM acupuncture

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A picture of a nurse who went for an operation two years ago. She had recurrence of pain and came in a wheelchair

Do You Still Have Pain after Surgical Operation for Lumbar Spondylosis?
腰椎置铁手术后你还会有腰痛吗?

On June 2011, a nun, age 65, who suffered very bad back pain, came to see me. She had a lumbar operation two years back.  After the operation, she was better, the pain is gone.  For about 2 weeks, she had very bad pain on her lumbar and she could not even walk properly. Her colleague was so helpful that she accompanied her to my clinic. She came in a wheelchair. 

I looked at her X-ray, quite a few bars were placed in her vertebrae.  I gave her acupuncture, heat treatment, herbal plastering and TCM Chinese herbal medicine. I told her to come for treatment every 3 days. She felt better after the 2nd week.  She could walk properly and without pain after the 3rd week.  Below is her X-Ray:





Our TCM clinic Physicians have treated many patients who had pain after lumbo-sacral operation.
For some patients had pain re-occurred few months after the operation, while the other patients had pain after two to three years. This could be due to the degeneration of other vertebral discs.
  
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How TCM Treat Neck Pain (Cervical Spondylosis)?

Almost every day I have patients who came to see me who suffer from back pain or neck pain.  It is very common for people to have back pain or neck pain. I observed back pain is more than neck pain. The ratio is about 10 : 4. Both cases can cause a lot of discomfort for the patients. 

                                    We use heat treatment and acupuncture for neck pain.
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Symptoms and Cause of Neck Pain (Cervical Spondylosis)

In most cases, patients experience a pain or stiffness in the neck, particularly after a night's rest. Movement of the neck may make the pain worse. There are cases where the pain spreads to the shoulders, one side of the arm down to hand or fingers, the base of the skull and perhaps the occasional headache. However, some patients develop chronic (persistent) pain.
Cervical spondylosis is spondylosis affecting the cervical vertebrae, intervertebral discs, and surrounding soft tissue. The cause of neck pain could be due to osteophytes (spurs) at the vertebrae or the disc space prolapses pressing on the nerve roots. Cervical Spondylosis is more frequently seen in women than men.

                A picture of neck pain (cervical spondylosis)

For those who wish to consult a western trained orthopaedic doctor, I highly recommend Dr. Razmi of Centre for Spine and Orthopaedic Surgery at #05-13, Gleneagles Medical Centre,Tel: 67382628. He is a senior consultant and a orthopaedic surgeon. He is a very good doctor of high integrity. 

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Case 1 --- Young Father Carried 3 Children on Shoulder Resulted in Neck Pain (Cervical Spondylosis) 

One young father, age 34, carried his three sons together at the same on his shoulder in a swimming pool.  His sons were 3, 5 and 7 years old, He wanted to show his sons how strong his arms were.

After the incident, he suffered a lot of pain on his neck and also his neck was so stiff that he could not turn his head side way or bow his head. He went to see an orthopaedic and was told that the nerve roots of his cervical vertebrae were pressed. He did not wish to go for an operation.

He was introduced to see me.  He said that he was in great pain. He could not turn his head (he must moved his body 90 degree to see the other side). We TCM physician told him that he had inflammation on his vertebrae and gave him 10 sessions of acupuncture treatments. Besides acupuncture treatments, he was also given some TCM Chinese herbal medicine, neck traction and massage. He came for TCM  treatment every three days and he eventually got well. 

 



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Case 2 --- Young Man with Soft Voice after Neck Pain (Cervical Spondylosis) Operation
Just a few months ago, a man, 38 years of age, came to see me. He complained of soft voice after an operation on his throat. Although he could talk, his voice was so soft that people could hardly hear. He said that he had gone for an operation one month ago for his cervical spondylosis (neck pain).  The operation cost him $38,000. He produced his X-ray film which showed that he had one metal bar and some screws inserted in his neck.  He said that after the operation, his voice became extremely soft and coarse.  His surgeon told him that it would take about 4 to 6 months before he could get back his voice. He said that as he was a salesman, he needed to talk to his customers, without voice, he would not be able to do sales. So, he asked if TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) can help?
Well, I gave me some TCM Chinese herbs to nourish his throat. After three months, he said he slowly gained back his voice, but still could not shout as loudly as before.

His wife told me he did not look for alternative treatments before going for an operation.  He made a fast decision as he wanted to get well fast.  He had bought insurance and he could claim for the operation cost. 

Below is his X-ray film showing a metal bar was placed on his cervical vetebrae


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Case 3 --- Man with Neck Pain (Cervical Spondylosis) 
Two years ago, one male patient, 58 years of age, came to see me. He complained of neck pain and left arm numbness. He said he had gone for a neck operation and showed me his X-ray film. He had one metal bar and some screws inserted in his cervical vertebrae. He said that he was fortunate that the surgery was successful. He added that some friends told him that if he was not lucky he might have been paralyzed. He told me that occasionally, he felt pain in the neck. He came for acupuncture treatments whenever he had pain. Below is his X-ray film showing a metal  bar was placed on his vetebrae:


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Knee Pain -- Swollen Knee 

One female patient, age 55, came to see me last year. Her right knee was swollen. She told me that she is a aircraft cabin cleaner. She had to climb staircases to the aircraft cabin every day at least 20 times. As a result, her knee was swollen.  She could not work because she could not climb the staircases with her swollen leg. She sought acupuncture treatment from me.  I gave her acupuncture treatment, TCM herbal plastering and TCM Chinese herbal medicine. She came almost every day for the treatment as she wanted to get well fast, so that she can get back to work earlier. She got well after eight treatments. 


                       Knee inflammation before treatment

                             Knee inflammation subsided


                                   Knee pain disappeared
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A young man came and said that knee was swollen.  He told us TCM physicians that he was a mover. His job was to carry heavy furniture  every day.  He said that he might have sprained his knee during his work.  He wanted to get well fast so that he could go back to work. He came alternate day, after 5 treatments his knee pain was subsided.



Acupuncture for Knee Pain
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Frozen Shoulder


 A lady who had frozen shoulder was not able to bend her arm backward

TCM Acupuncture session for a man suffering from Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is a condition that causes restriction of motion in the shoulder joint. Patients feel pain when they lift up their hand and cannot bring their hand behind their back. They also feel pain around the shoulder when they sleep on the side where the frozen shoulder is. They have sharp pain when they stretch their affected hand to get something. For female sufferers, they find difficulty in hooking their bras. Frozen shoulder can develop slowly. It first starts with pain with movement of your shoulder and later on your range of motion becomes limited. Most often, frozen shoulder occurs with no associated injury or discernible cause. Frozen shoulder is the result of inflammation, scarring, thickening, and shrinkage of the capsule that surrounds the normal shoulder joint. The contraction of the capsule and the formation of the adhesions (scar tissues) cause the muscles around the shoulder to become stiff and cause movement to become painful. Frozen shoulder most commonly affects patients between the ages of 40 to 60 years old and it is twice as common in women than in men.
Frozen shoulder treatment adopted by western doctors primarily consists of pain relief, physiotherapy and steroid injections.  We, Chinese physicians, treat frozen shoulder by massage, acupuncture and physiotherapy. It normally takes 4~6 sessions to see some results. For patients who have frozen shoulder for half a year or longer, it may take a  longer time to heal. The healing time also depends on the age of the patients. I have a 87 year-old female patient who went for surgery to repair her frozen shoulder. After the surgery she still could not lift up her hand nor able to bring her arm behind her back. Normally, frozen shoulder needs no surgery.



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TCM Cure Headache with Acupuncture






A female patient, age 28, complained of severe headache for 3 years. She took Panadol whenever she had headache. She told me that sometimes the pain was so severe that she wanted to knock her head against the wall. She said that the headache usually come around 4 to 5 pm in the afternoon and sometimes last for a few days. She had MRI done and could not find anything wrong. There was no tumor. So she was taking painkiller whenever the pain came. Her friend suggested that she should try TCM acupuncture. She came to see me when I was working with Tan Tock Seng Hospital in the Acupuncture Department.  She was also a staff in Tan Tock Seng Hospital then.

After the first TCM acupuncture session with me, she felt some relief of her headache.  She continued to come for acupuncture for a few times and said that the frequency of the attack was less often and the pain was also less severe. She said that she did not know TCM acupuncture could help in reducing the pain, otherwise she would have come earlier. So she continued to come for acupuncture for another few more sessions. She said the headache was gone and now she could concentrate more on her job and was very pleased with the TCM acupuncture treatment.
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A man, age 50, came to see me for his headache.  He was introduced by one of my patients.  He said that he had headache for the last five years. Over the years, it cost him a lot of money to seek treatment from different doctors and had MRI done of his head too. The MRI could not detect any thing wrong with his brain.
I told him that since MRI was not able to detect any thing wrong, I was confident that one to two courses of acupuncture should help to relieve his pain. So he came for TCM acupuncture and found that the attacks occur less often and the pain was not as severe as before. I also prescribed him some TCM Chinese herbal tablets to take orally. He came every three days for TCM acupuncture. Sometimes, he could not make it  as he needed to travel overseas for work. He said that he felt much better after each TCM acupuncture session. After about two courses (20 sessions) of TCM acupuncture, his headache was gone.

Some may ask why TCM acupuncture can work in reducing the pain. According to TCM, it is because there is likely to be some stagnation in the brain and the stagnation gets worse as time passes. TCM Acupuncture can disperse stagnation and therefore allow the “qi” to flow better. These patients normally have "Ying" and "Yang" imbalance ("阴阳不调"), their "yang" is more than "Ying".

WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS  OF TCM ACUPUNCTURE
Some research had been carried out for patients who suffered severe to unbearable pain for many years. They were generally well pleased after several courses of TCM acupuncture treatment as they found that:
    (i) their long lasting pain is relieved 疼痛改善
    (ii) their drug intake diminished 药物减少
    (iii) their sleep had improved 睡眠改善

HOW DOES ACUPUNCTURE WORK?

According to research carried out by a researcher, when an acupuncture needle is inserted into the skin, it stimulates a sensory nerve which triggers electrical impulses to a spinal cord nerve. That nerve then sends signals to three places:
1.  To the Pituitary Gland
2.  To the Midbrain
3.  To the Nerve Cells

1. To the Pituitary Gland
The pituitary responds by delivering endorphins and anti-inflammatory chemicals into the bloodstream. It would travel through the bloodstream to the affected area and help relieve the swelling.
2. To the Midbrain
The midbrain responds by discharging neurotransmitters which block the body’s pain pathways, easing the discomfort.
3. To the Nerve Cells
The nerve cells respond by releasing endorphins which are neurochemicals that naturally mute pain in the body, again easing the discomfort.






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TCM Treat CureTrigger Fingers 

Surprisingly, many people have trigger fingers.  This could be due to using fingers to carry heavy things.  There are other reasons such as using the mouse for computer work. Many as young as 40 years old can have trigger fingers.  However, TCM can treatment trigger fingers by using acupuncture method, massage and herbal plastering.






We have seen many people with trigger fingers. These people are often between 40  to 60 years of age. Trigger fingers occur more in women than in men.

There was a man, 52 years of age, came to see us TCM clinic. He told me that his thumb and middle finger on his left hand were painful and sometimes locked in a bent position, especially in the morning. Very often, he had to use another hand to straighten the affected fingers. He also told me that he was a dispatch rider and he needed to ride the scooter every day to deliver documents.  He found difficulty in steering the motorbike with his trigger fingers and told me that he must get well fast. I told him that the tendon on his fingers was swollen and the ganglion was narrowed. Our TCM physician treated him with TCM acupuncture, heat treatment, TCM herbal plastering and TCM anti-inflammation medicine. He came on alternative days for 5 times and got well.
Our TCM have quite many patients with trigger fingers who went through two rounds of steroid injections on their finger/fingers. They told me that their doctors did not recommend any more injection after the second round. There were also many patients who went for surgery and after one or two years, trigger fingers occur on other fingers. They told me that after going through one round of surgery on their finger/fingers, they do not want to go for another one. They said they want to give TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) alternate medicine a try.

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A woman, age 49, came with her husband and told us TCM physicians that she had very bad heel pain (足跟痛) on both sides of her heel and the right side was worse than the left side. She felt so painful that her husband had to hold her while she walked to our clinic at Yong Kang Medical Hall Pte Ltd., Blk 78A, Telok Blangah St 32, #01-05, She had not only heel pain but also neck pain and gastric problem. We TCM physicians have not seen someone who had so many problems at the same time.  Most patients either have heel pain or neck pain or gastric.  This was a rare case that I had seen.

We TCM physicians requested her to go for X-ray to check for her heel calcaneal spur and her cervical spine. She went for the X-ray and confirmed that she had calcaneal spur on the sides of her heels. The spur was quite big which the cause of pain was. However, I have seen many such cases before and no patient with heel spur need go for surgery so far.  Yes, many patients with trigger fingers did go for surgery, but after some time, their other fingers also showed signs of trigger fingers. Very often, they would not be willing to go for surgery again as they realized that after surgery, their finger has less strength and less flexible. So these patients would choose to come to TCM for treatment seeking alternate treatment.

So, this woman came for several TCM acupuncture treatment and herbal plastering.  Her neck became less stiff and she had less pain when she walked.  She had been burping non-stop when she came. We also prescribed some herbal medicine for her gastric problem. After several TCM treatment and medication, her burping stopped. We advised her to eat more digestible and less spicy food and avoid cold drinks during this treatment time.  However, they can take spicy food and cold drinks after they recovered from gastric pain but they should only consume them moderately.
Nowadays we TCM physicians very common to see people suffering from neck pain as many working adults are on their computer for long hours, resulting in neck pain.

Below is a picture of the calcaneal spur (heel spur) and cervical spondylosis (vertebral prolapse & spur pressing on nerve)

                                                                      Left Calcaneal Spur



                                       Right Calcaneal Spur

      Cervical Lordosis, Narrowing of C5 to C6 Disc Space, Marginal Osteophytes



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Clinic address: Yong Kang Medical Hall Pte Ltd., 
Blk 78A, Telok Blangah St 32, 
Singapore 101078.
Tel: 62726400
Mobile: 96635600 (Text and Appointment only)
                                  
Websites:
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Dr. Ong Swee Ling 王瑞玲中医博士graduated with a Master Degree and Doctorate Degree from Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China. 


Contact: Dr. Ong Swee Ling  Ph.D of Medicine (TCM)
Email: ong.swee.ling@gmail.com,
Email: yongkangmedicalhall@gmail.com
                                  
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  1. Hi Dr Ong, my mum has been having cramps at her calves and her toes quite often. She is walking very slowly and always felt her feet too heavy during walking. She has to take breaks in between walks for even 100m walk. It really affects the quality of life. At first we thought it could be a vascular disease. However the ultrasound shows that her arteries are healthy with no blockage. So the doctor recommend her to a neuro surgeon. She did the MRI and now waiting for report. The neuro surgeon suspects bone spur. Will TCM help her case?

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