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TCM Internal Medicine In Singapore

Annie Tiang specializes in internal medicine with the help of TCM. Here are some of the conditions that we are able to address:

  • Gastrointestinal discomfort
  • Hypertension, high cholesterol, and diabetes
  • Headache, dizziness, vertigo, and insomnia
  • Sinusitis & pharyngitis, hypertensive disorder
  • Stroke recovery
  • Preoperative & postoperative recuperation

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According to traditional Chinese medicine, the spleen is an essential organ, involved in gastrointestinal disorders. That is because it is responsible for transporting food essence within the body. Now, the spleen needs to be moist to function well. However, a deficiency in Chi can cause it to become over moist. Similarly, the stomach can overheat and cause an imbalance in the internal system. It also contributes to gastrointestinal distress.

Common causes are:

  •         Spleen Chi Deficiency- Due to chronic fatigue or illness from lack of rest.
  •         Damp Heat Retention- Poor diet, environmental stress factors, and body infections.
  •         Disharmony of Liver and Spleen- Emotional disturbance such as depression.
  •         Yang Deficiency- Body health deterioration due to old age.

In order to treat these imbalances, Chinese medicine commonly uses acupuncture, herbal medicine, and moxibustion. When these modalities are applied properly, they balance Yin and Yang, harmonize Chi and Blood, nourish the organs, and thus eliminate damp-heat. TCM resolves the root causes of these symptoms and alleviates them by soothing and regulating the energy of the stomach and liver. This way, TCM removes the build-up of ‘heat-dampness’ in the body.

Annie Tiang TCM specializes in the treatment of gastrointestinal discomfort. We believe in achieving balance in the human body. And we believe acupuncture, herbalism, and moxibustion can achieve that. Book a consultation using the form above and have your discomfort issues solved today.

The common cold is an acute viral infection. It generally causes inflammation of the upper respiratory tract. It is the most common infectious disease in humans. Also, it accounts for more time lost from work or school than any other disease. Similarly, flu is an acute and contagious infection of the respiratory tract. Its symptoms include running nose, cough, chills, headache, fever, etc. Severe aching in the muscles and joints is also a symptom.

Although flu affects people from all age groups, its incidence rate is the highest among school children. Usually, colds and flu are of brief duration. However, they can lead to complications in the very young, the elderly, and in people with chronic diseases or compromised immune systems.

As both cold and flu are viral infections, conventional medicine has no cure for them. Doctors usually suggest increased fluid intake and bed rest to make the patient feel more comfortable. Prescriptions include aspirin, nasal decongestants, and other medications, like steam inhalation, acetaminophen, ibuprofen, naproxen, amantadine, etc.

You will find these anti-cold and flu formulas in the medicine cabinet of every family in China. Furthermore, there is hardly a person in China who has never taken such one. Also, these are some of the most effective and time-tested herbal formulas. They come from two important schools in traditional Chinese medicine. One is the school of cold-induced febrile diseases, represented by Zhang Zhongjing (150-219 AD). And the other one is the school of seasonal febrile diseases, represented by Wu Jutong (1758-1836).

Most people with chronic illness fall into the Deficiency category. They are the cold and flu targets in every seasonal change and flu season. Since their energy is low, their immune systems are weak. Hence, they have trouble recovering from prolonged illness. Women with a Deficiency condition often catch a cold before every menstrual cycle.

When such people are affected by cold or flu, they should use Cold & Flu formulas or Wind-Cold formulas. That will depend upon the type of their illness- Wind-Heat type or Wind-Cold type. Once you get rid of the cold or flu symptoms, you can take other formulas to strengthen the immune system and prevent the recurrence of the disease. Consult a Chinese medicine practitioner today to determine the best formula for you.

Traditional Chinese medicine uses herbal formulas to prevent and treat colds and flu. In fact, it is one of its best-developed and most successful aspects. Since the earliest schools, specific treatment practices and formulas have been handed down to modern universities without any break. More and more people are now being aware of the existence and efficacy of the ancient cold and flu formulas.

At our clinic, Annie Tiang TCM, we see increased demand for this type of treatment. Especially schoolteachers, who are constantly being exposed to colds, have increased awareness of the same. Our clients say that the effectiveness of the Cold & Flu formula has also surprised their doctors.

Based on the TCM, different internal and external causes attribute to cold, flu, and cough. Hence, the prescription depends on the variety of the type- wind-cold, wind-heat, yin deficiency in the lungs, dampness (phlegm), and fire (live). 

Why Should You Choose Us?

40+ Years Experience

Over 40 years of experience in the industry, we accumulated a wealth of knowledge in treating various ailments using different methods.


Professional Service

Our team is committed to the complete healing of your body, mind and soul. We have a wide range of TCM services that can be suited to your needs.

Natural Medicine

Our herbal prescriptions and treatments are carefully selected to ensure effective yet gentle treatments.

Trusted By 100,000+ Patients

We are a registered TCM clinic and have served more than 100,000 patients over the past 40 years.

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