Saturday, October 31, 2009


Lee Thim Kee Medical Hall (Osteopath)
Consultation Hours
Mon - Sun & Public Holiday 9am - 5pm
Chinese Physician
Lee Swee Wah Lee Yoke Wah Lee Weng KeongBlk 5 Banda Street (Chinatown)#02-80Singapore 050005I have not been updating my blog for a month now and you may be wondering why.
I had a nasty fall recently that left me with an injured arm but well after rounds of sinseh plus an X-Ray scan, I am now fully recovered.
I came across this Chinese osteopath whose skills are rare as he simply sets your bone or sprained muscles back in position with almost painless execution and to a point he even utilise his feet (mind you he walks around without footware) and if need be, thrust his leg on your body whilst he worked on the affected part.
Yes, he has helped normalised my right arm.
He was recommended to me by my mom and situated in Chinatown. I enjoyed the old shop atmosphere, breezy with the fans blowing, a radio (like Redifussion style) soothing you with music/songs and a small TV to keep your eyes off your problem. The furniture is covered with tarpauline covers and he sits on round chairs that were 4inches high having the 4 legs sawn off.
The shop is on the second floor of Block 5 just opposite Maxwell Market and is easy to find. He is an old hand with skills passed down 30 years and altho his wife and son, also a qualified Chinese physician are adept and do attend to patients as well, he is certainly the one to seek.
I came across this Chinese osteopath whose skills are rare as he simply sets your bone or sprained muscles back in position with almost painless execution and to a point he even utilise his feet (mind you he walks around without footware) and if need be, thrust his leg on your body whilst he worked on the affected part.
Yes, he has helped normalised my right arm.
He was recommended to me by my mom and situated in Chinatown. I enjoyed the old shop atmosphere, breezy with the fans blowing, a radio (like Redifussion style) soothing you with music/songs and a small TV to keep your eyes off your problem. The furniture is covered with tarpauline covers and he sits on round chairs that were 4inches high having the 4 legs sawn off.
The shop is on the second floor of Block 5 just opposite Maxwell Market and is easy to find. He is an old hand with skills passed down 30 years and altho his wife and son, also a qualified Chinese physician are adept and do attend to patients as well, he is certainly the one to seek.
Yes, he has helped normalised my right arm.
He was recommended to me by my mom and situated in Chinatown. I enjoyed the old shop atmosphere, breezy with the fans blowing, a radio (like Redifussion style) soothing you with music/songs and a small TV to keep your eyes off your problem. The furniture is covered with tarpauline covers and he sits on round chairs that were 4inches high having the 4 legs sawn off.
The shop is on the second floor of Block 5 just opposite Maxwell Market and is easy to find. He is an old hand with skills passed down 30 years and altho his wife and son, also a qualified Chinese physician are adept and do attend to patients as well, he is certainly the one to seek.
The shop is on the second floor of Block 5 just opposite Maxwell Market and is easy to find. He is an old hand with skills passed down 30 years and altho his wife and son, also a qualified Chinese physician are adept and do attend to patients as well, he is certainly the one to seek.
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2 comments:

zhouzi said...

Hi,

Yes, I had been wondering why there is no update since the Penang popiah post. Dropping by now and then until last month when I lost the link at ieatishootipost. Usually visit your blog from there =D.

Glad that you had recovered from your arm injury. I had also taken note of the sinseh clinic for myself just in case. ;}
chaozhouzi

JENCOOKS said...

Haha, welcome and thanks Zhouzi. Lost trail lol.

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