Conveniently located at TripleOne Somerset, Family Health Chiropractic Clinic is just 2 mins away from Somerset MRT Station.
Our clinic serves patients of all ages, from as young as a few days old to as old as more than 80 years old.
Young children and pregnant women are commonly seen in our clinic as our chiropractors are also trained to provide chiropractic care to infants and children, and certified by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (Webster Technique^) to provide chiropractic care to pregnant mums. We also serve athletes who aspire to improve their sports performance through chiropractic care.
In our clinic, we look for the cause of a problem, not simply alleviate the symptoms.
Our clinic has taken the effort to make chiropractic affordable, and we try to get our patients well within the shortest time possible. As such, we do not sell packages. Family member discounts, child (under 12 years old) and senior citizen (above 65 years old) pricing are available.
While proficient in traditional chiropractic techniques, we prefer to use the most up-to-date chiropractic techniques which are gentle but yet effective and do not require twisting or “popping and cracking” of the spine. Click here to find out more. We are also conversant in languages other than English, such as Mandarin, Hokkien, etc.
Every client who walks in to our clinic is treated as a family member and we customise each individual’s visit according to their condition and goals. So, you can be assured that you will be treated right.
Please feel free to call us at +65 6336 7714 or email us at email@example.com to find out how we can help you achieve optimal health in a safe and natural way.
We look forward to serving you soon. Thank you.
Dr. Kelvin Ng (Doctor of Chiropractic*)
^ 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.