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Be the healthiest version
of yourself

"quintessence"

quin·tes·sence (kwĭn-tĕs′əns)

n.

In ancient and medieval philosophy, the fifth and highest essence after the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water, 

thought to be the substance of the heavenly bodies and latent in all things.

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Is looking and feeling your best a goal for your health?

Are you unable to lose weight even with various diet(s) and exercise?


Is your eating uncontrollable?


Do you constantly have breakouts?

Do you feel tired, stressed and unfocused every day?


Are you helpless about your health, anxious, stressed out or depressed?

Help is available. 

At Ang Liang Medical Hall's quintessence, I work meticulously hard to start your healing journey. My pillar focuses are Digestive System conditions and Weight Management.⁠

I typically use TCM medication and Acupuncture to target the root problem(s). I believe in a holistic approach, understanding you according to your unique body constitution, and working alongside your other doctors and specialists to decide the best treatment just for you⁠.  

Seriously, looking and feeling good shouldn't be this difficult. Your health should always come first.


Let's find your balance now!


Call now to book your next appointment⁠.

 
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Profile

Jean Ang is a bilingual local TCM Physician, fully registered with the Singapore Ministry of Health. A graduate of the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, she has been practising TCM since 2007.


With 15 years of experience as a TCM Physician, treating and helping patients has become a passion and her calling. There is immense joy in seeing her patients recover from their illnesses.


Her medical interest is in TCM Internal Medicine, especially in Weight Management, TCM Aesthetics, the Digestive System, Women's Health, and Eating Disorders. She provides treatment in the use of TCM medication and Acupuncture for various health conditions.



ANG HUAN CHIN, JEAN  洪缓均

Registered TCM Physician

B. TCM, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, China

B.BBA, RMIT University, Australia

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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Search: SINGAPORE REGISTERED TCM PRACTITIONERS HERE.

 

Services

 
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Health Consultation

Acupuncture

Acupuncture Slimming

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TCM for General Health

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TCM for Digestive System

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Eating Disorders

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Anxiety & Depression

Consultation Hours

Mon to Fri: 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM.

Sun: From 10 AM - 12 PM.

Please SMS or WhatsApp text for an appointment.

8234 4845

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Announcements

Appointment slots are available for JUNE 2022.

All the Sunday morning slots are tentatively filled.

Please SMS or WhatApp text 8234 4845 for availability.

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Help Center

The Answers You Need

 

Can Acupuncture help me?

Acupuncture is effective in treating many health conditions. It has helped many patients who have not responded well to conventional medicine. 


There are patients who may notice an immediate improvement. Others may feel a delayed change a day or more after treatment. There are also patients who unfortunately do not benefit from acupuncture.

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.

How soon would I see results?

Again, it depends on individual. Some patients see results on their fourth or fifth session, some patients require more time for it to work. You are recommended to complete at least 10 sessions for your body's imbalances to be corrected. On average, three to six months is necessary for a course of treatment. Commitment to the treatment plan is definitely required from patients.

How many sessions do I have to go through per week?

Twice a week is ideal. For the very busy, once a week is considered acceptable.

Five to 10 sessions are usually recommended, with rest sessions in between.

How long does a session take?

The first consultation and Acupuncture treatment would take approximately an hour and a half. Subsequently, it would take about an hour each time.

Is Acupuncture alone enough for me to lose weight or see results?

TCM medication is recommended to speed up and reinforce the slimming process.

Will my weight rebound after treatment?

No. However, more sessions could be required if your weight loss is not significant.

What if I am afraid of Acupuncture?

TCM medication in the form of powder concentrates or pills (to be consumed daily) will be prescribed to you instead. In addition, some lifestyle changes will have to be adopted for a more optimal outcome.

Do you provide treatment for skin problems like acne?

Yes.

Does TCM help in anxiety, depression and other mental health issues?

Yes. Treatment will be in the form of TCM medication and/or Acupuncture, depending on the condition.

What should I take note before an Acupuncture treatment?

  1. Have your meal about two hours prior your appointment.

  2. Avoid alcohol.

  3. Wear loose and comfortable clothing. 

Professional Fees

$30 - $50

Consultation Fees

$60 - $120

Acupuncture Slimming

$80

Facial Acupuncture

From $30 per week

TCM Medication

 
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Get in Touch

Email: jeanangtcm@gmail.com
Mobile: 8234 4845

Ang Liang Medical Hall
Blk 320 Clementi Ave 4
#01-21
Singapore 120320

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