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Dr. Ashley Liew

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Dr. Ashley Liew Wei Yen is a native Singaporean who graduated from Sherman College of Chiropractic (South Carolina, USA) with Summa Cum Laude (GPA 3.94/4.00) honours. He previously also earned a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Cum Laude) from Singapore Management University.

Dr. Liew was awarded the 2014 Outstanding Student of the Year at Sherman College for his strong academic standing, athletic pursuits, as well as leadership traits as Athletic Club President.

In addition, Dr. Liew completed all four parts of the stringent National Board of Chiropractic Examinations in USA. While doing so, he scored the highest individual score within his college on five different sections. Dr. Liew is licensed by the South Carolina Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He is also a professional member of the The Chiropractic Association (Singapore)* (TCA).

While serving as a chiropractic intern at the Sherman College Health Centre, Dr. Liew was awarded the coveted “Intern of the Month” in August 2016 for his high number of outpatient visits, quality service, patient management skills, and training of junior interns. It was during this time as an intern that Dr. Liew witnessed multiple dramatic health transformations (check out Dr. Liew’s patient testimonials here).

Dr. Liew is also trained to provide gentle and specific chiropractic care to babies, infants, and children. He is also certified in the Webster Technique** by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) to provide chiropractic care to pregnant women. In addition, he has completed the 14 classroom modules as part of the requirements toward the 200-hour ICPA Certification Program.

In addition, Dr. Liew is proficient in the Koren Specific Technique for chiropractic analysis and adjusting. He is also the only FAKTR-Certified (Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab) Provider in Singapore, which can be especially helpful for athletes.

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Dr. Liew believes we all have a God-given potential that needs to be fulfilled. He believes the only way this can happen is having a nervous system functioning at 100%. Thus, he serves the community as a Doctor of Chiropractic to help families and athletes fulfil their optimum potential. (check out Dr. Liew’s blog post on his “why” at http://ashinaflashchiro.blogspot.com/2016/08/ash-in-flash-my-why.html).

Besides chiropractic, Dr. Liew’s other passion is competitive running. He is a Team Singapore marathoner, having represented his nation at the 2013 and 2015 Southeast Asian Games marathon. In both 2012 and 2015, he was ranked the fastest Singaporean marathoner of the year. Dr. Liew aspires to be an Olympian marathoner. He is also a brand ambassador for ASICS Singapore, as well as an assistant athletes coach at Flexifitness Consultancy (Singapore). Finally, he also enjoys music appreciation through singing, guitar, and piano playing.

Dr. Liew’s working hours are:

  • Monday: 10am – 12pm / 1pm – 7pm
  • Tuesday: 8.30am – 1pm
  • Wednesday: 10am – 12pm / 1pm – 7pm
  • Thursday: 8.30am – 12pm / 1pm – 5pm
  • Friday: 1pm – 7pm
  • Saturday: 8.30am – 1pm

* The Chiropractic Association (Singapore) strives to maintain the highest standards of professionalism of the chiropractic profession in Singapore. As the chiropractic profession is still a self-regulating profession here, it maintains the only professional register of qualified chiropractors. A code of ethics, practice guidelines and a code of advertising have been adopted. Professional Membership in the Association therefore assures members of the public that their chiropractor is trained to the internationally recognized education standard, and agrees to practice within the association’s code of ethics, practice and advertising.

** The Webster Technique is defined as a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment that reduces interference to the nerve system and facilitates biomechanical balance in pelvic structures, muscles and ligaments. This has been shown to reduce the effects of intrauterine constraint in pregnant women, allowing the baby to get into the best possible position for birth.

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