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"TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE (TCM) TREATS A PERSON AS A WHOLE."

TCM is a complete medical system that has been used to diagnose, treat, and prevent illnesses for over 2000 years. TCM Physicians specialise in the Treatment of the Basis of Syndrome Differentiation, 辨证论治, and administer TCM medication and/or Acupuncture correspondingly to treat and prevent various complex disorders. The key to TCM diagnostics is the overall observation of the human symptoms, emphasising the importance of improving the quality of life. The modern practice of TCM is increasingly recognised as an effective form of medical treatment with various medical communities integrating it into their healthcare system, complementing it with Western medicine to ensue rehabilitation.


In Singapore, the Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners Act was passed on 14 Nov 2000. The Act requires TCM Practitioners who undertake the prescribed practice of TCM to be registered with the TCM Practitioners Board. TCM Practitioners in Singapore are required to be registered with the TCM Practitioners Board and possess valid practicing certificates. 

Ang Liang Medical Hall started out as a medical hall in 1980s. We have since moved on to concentrate on Chinese Medicine consultation & Acupuncture treatment. 

 

TEAM

洪两  博士

Dr Ang Liang (TCM Physician)

南京中医药大学中医  博士

南京中医药大学校友会 副会长及常务理事

世中联儿科专业委员会   副会长

新加坡中医研究院  前院长

新加坡卫生部中医管理委员会  前考试组主席

新加坡中华医院  前院长

新加坡中医师公会名誉理事

Doctorate. TCM (Nanjing, China)

Vice President and Standing Member of Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine Alumni Association

Vice Chairperson of Speciality Committee of Pediatrics of WFCMS

​Former President of Academy of Chinese Medicine Singapore

Former Chairman of Examinations Committee, TCM Practitioners Board

Former Director, Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution

Honorary Member of the Singapore Chinese Physicians Association

南京中医药大学中医  学士

新加坡中医学院  毕业

新加坡卫生部注册中医师

新加坡中医研究院 准会员

世中联儿科专业委员会  理事

新加坡中华医院  前义诊医师

B. TCM, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine

B.BBA, RMIT University

Registered TCM Physician

Associate Member, Academy of Chinese Medicine Singapore

Council Member, Speciality Committee of Pediatrics of WFCMS

Former Volunteer Physician, Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution

Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health Certificate, The University of Sydney

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洪缓莹  医师

Physician Ang Huan Ying

南京中医药大学中医  学士

新加坡中医学院  毕业

新加坡卫生部注册中医师

新加坡中医研究院 ​准会员

世中联儿科专业委员会  理事


B. TCM, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine

Dip.TCM (Singapore)

Registered TCM Physician

Associate Member, Academy of Chinese Medicine Singapore

Council Member, Speciality Committee of Pediatrics of WFCMS

 

SERVICES

TCM MEDICATION TO BE PRESCRIBED FOR:

  • Respiratory symptoms

  • Digestive System issues

  • Liver & Gallbladder symptoms

  • Kidneys & Bladder symptoms

  • Endocrine Disorders

  • Infertility issues

  • Mental health conditions

  • Women's & Men's health issues

  • Skin conditions

  • Pain management

ACUPUNCTURE FOR:

  • Neck & Back problems

  • Acute lower-back strain

  • Sprained or strained knee ligaments and/or muscles

  • Arthritis

  • Tendonitis

  • Weight Management

  • Aesthetics

  • Digestive System problems

  • Tinnitus

  • Bell's Palsy

  • Herpes Zoster (Shingles)

An appointment is required.

Please call the Clinic for an appointment.

TCM HOUSE CALL FOR ACUPUNCTURE

  • Post-stroke complications

  • Acute lower-back strain

  • Sprained ankle

TCM/ACUPUNCTURE FOR SLIMMING

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 

CONSULTATION HOURS FOR WALK-INS

Mon, Wed & Fri

9.00am - 12.00pm

2.00pm - 5.00pm

7.00pm - 9.00pm

Tue & Thur:

9.00am - 12.00pm

2.00pm - 5.00pm only

Sun:

9.00am - 12.30pm

Please note: Last registration is 30 minutes before closing time.

CLOSED ON SATURDAYS & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

  1. An appointment is required for Acupuncture treatment. Please call the Clinic to make an appointment.

  2. For House Calls, please call the Clinic to arrange for an appointment.

  3. We do not provide tuina service.

 

PROFESSIONAL FEES

All fees are subject to change.

$0 - $50

Consultation Charges

Consultation fees depend on the length and complexity of each consultation.

FROM $20

Medication Fees (Children)

TCM medication for a standard 3-day dosage.

FROM $30

Medication Fees (Adults)

TCM medication for a standard 3-day dosage.

FROM $40

Acupuncture

Treatment fee per session.

$60-$120

Acupuncture Slimming

Treatment fee per session.

Please visit tcmdocsg.com for more details.

FROM $120

TCM House Call

Excluding medication fee.

 

GET IN TOUCH

Ang Liang Medical Hall


Block 320 Clementi Ave 4

#01-21

Singapore 120320

  • Consultations are on a first-come first-served basis.  

  • Please call for availability of Physicians. 

  • Please call during consultation hours. 

Nearest MRT station: Clementi (EW23)

Exit B.

Tel: +65 6776 6793

 

LATEST COVID-19 UPDATE

(Updated on the 7 February 2022)

According to Ministry of Health Singapore MOH Circular No 14/2022:

From 7 February 2022, TCM service providers / TCM practitioners (TCMPs) may clinically manage patients with mild symptoms of acute respiratory infection (ARI) who:

a. have self-administered negative Antigen Rapid Test (ART) result obtained within 12 hours prior to the visit; and

b. are assessed to be of low risk.



根据新加坡卫生部 MOH Circular No 14/2022:

2. 从 2022 年 2 月 7 日起,中医服务提供者/中医师可对患有轻微急性呼吸道感染
症状并符合以下条件的病人进行临床管理。


a. 在到访诊所前的 12 小时内取得自行抗原快速检测阴性结果

b. 被评估为低风险

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Revised Consultation Hours: 

Please take note of our revised consultation hours. 

With effect from 1st November 2021, our Clinic will be CLOSED on SATURDAYS.

诊病时间调整:

​从2021年11月开始,我们将在星期六休息。

 
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Get Informed

 

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO SEE THE EFFECTS OF TCM?

It depends on the severity of your condition. It could range from a few hours to several months.

DOES ACUPUNCTURE HURT?

While Acupuncture does not hurt, it might not be comfortable to some. You might feel a mild aching or slight tingling sensation. Whether it 'hurts' depends on individual and your pain threshold.

WHAT MUST I TAKE NOTE BEFORE AN ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT?

Please note:

  • Have your meal 2 hours before your session.

  • Do not come with an empty stomach.

  • No alcohol before treatment.

  • Wear loose and comfortable clothings.