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    Default tennis elbow

    i think someone will happen this thing before,anybody can share,where is it the doctor is better(singapore and malaysia),for me,almost 1 year plus,still the same,maybe consider become more serious when i play badminton,quick paint

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    Default My chiropractor is a petite female sinseh with enormous strength

    Quote Originally Posted by passtome View Post
    i think someone will happen this thing before,anybody can share,where is it the doctor is better(singapore and malaysia),for me,almost 1 year plus,still the same,maybe consider become more serious when i play badminton,quick paint
    Try these:
    1)Chua Lee Eng Traditional Therapy
    688 Geylang Road
    Lorong 44 (Opp Lorong 39)
    Handphone: 9830 0790

    Mon, Wed and Friday: 10am to 7pm
    Tue, Thur and Sat: 10am to 5pm
    Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

    Please call to make an appointment first. She's Singaporean and speak Mandarin.
    Oh, each session is about S$50.00, a bit ex but effective... Heheheeee, good luck..

    2) Mr. Tan Teck Hua
    Block 554 Hougang Street 51 #14-304 (near IMH)
    Hp: 98283966 (please call to make an appointment)
    Working days: Tue, Thur, Sat and Sun (9am - 9pm).

    He works from home and he's quite good. At least its less painful than Dr. Chua. You would like to try him, his contacts are stated above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tanleels View Post
    Try these:
    1)Chua Lee Eng Traditional Therapy
    688 Geylang Road
    Lorong 44 (Opp Lorong 39)
    Handphone: 9830 0790

    Mon, Wed and Friday: 10am to 7pm
    Tue, Thur and Sat: 10am to 5pm
    Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

    Please call to make an appointment first. She's Singaporean and speak Mandarin.
    Oh, each session is about S$50.00, a bit ex but effective... Heheheeee, good luck..

    2) Mr. Tan Teck Hua
    Block 554 Hougang Street 51 #14-304 (near IMH)
    Hp: 98283966 (please call to make an appointment)
    Working days: Tue, Thur, Sat and Sun (9am - 9pm).

    He works from home and he's quite good. At least its less painful than Dr. Chua. You would like to try him, his contacts are stated above.
    Thanks a lot the information,is very useful,i think someone have this problem,also need for refer.
    Anybody can share more?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by passtome View Post
    Thanks a lot the information,is very useful,i think someone have this problem,also need for refer.
    Anybody can share more?
    thanks
    You can also try Sportzdoc (Dr Low Wye Mun) located at The Clinic@Cuppage, StarHub Center.

    http://www.sportzdoc.com/


    Another I know of is:
    http://www.coreconcepts.com.sg/



    Changi General Hospital also provides such services.
    http://www.cgh.com.sg/medical/sports.asp

    However it will be much cheaper if you get referred to them by a Polyclinic as the cost will be subsidized.
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    Thumbs up Some Sports Injuries Consultation/Rehablitation Clinics in Singapore

    Alexandra Hospital

    Changi General Hospital

    JL Sports Medicine and Surgery Clinic

    PhysioSolutions

    Singapore Sports Medicine Centre

    Sportzdoc


    Core Concepts Group

    Core Concepts - Spinal Injuries Specialist

    Back2Sports - Shoulder & Knee Rehabilitation Specialist

    StrongMassage - Sports Massage for Sports People

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    thanks a lot your concern.now a day,when i play badminton,also a bit worry,when i try to play,my hand cannot concentrate power,still got paint,not same as last time anymore.

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    I am one of the Tennis Elbow sufferer. Now it is completely healed.

    see this link http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...015#post973015

    SCANN

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