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Dr. Kelvin Ng – Clinic Director

Dr. Kelvin Ng Say Koon (Doctor of Chiropractic*) is a native Singaporean who graduated from Sherman College of Chiropractic (previously known as Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic), U.S.A. with a Doctor of Chiropractic (Summa cum Laude) qualification. He is the owner and clinic director of Family Health Chiropractic Clinic Pte Ltd.

Dr. Ng won the Milton W. Garfunkel Award, the highest award given to each graduating class for having exhibited superior abilities in the academic, clinical, and philosophical aspects of chiropractic, and having demonstrated a high degree of commitment to the college community.

Dr. Ng also won the Academic Achievement Award, an award given to him for maintaining the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) in his class.

In addition, Dr. Ng completed all four parts of the stringent National Board of Chiropractic examinations in the USA.

During his internship, Dr. Ng was recognized for his dedication and professionalism to his patients and was conferred ”Intern of the month”. While attending Sherman College of Chiropractic, Dr. Ng was elected to “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges” in recognition of his outstanding merit and accomplishment as a student.

Dr. Ng is passionate about what he does and has seen tremendous results in all his patients. He is a past board member of The Chiropractic Association (Singapore)*** and served on the executive committee for numerous years. Dr. Ng is also a mentor for the Koren Specific Technique (KST).

Dr. Ng is trained to provide chiropractic care to babies, infants and children and certified in the Webster Technique** by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association to provide chiropractic care to pregnant women.

Other than being a Certified Ergonomist, Dr Ng is also Certified in the Pediatric Posture Specialist Program. (Both certifications are conducted by the American Posture Institute)

In his many years of practice, Dr. Ng has provided chiropractic care to countless patients, including infants as young as 4 day old, white & blue collar workers, wheelchair bound patients, cerebral palsy patients and even patients as old as 80 years old.

Dr Ng has written several articles for Today’s Motherhood, including:

  • The Best Gift For your Child: A Healthy Nervous System
  • Pregnancy & Chiropractic
  • Taking Care of Your Child’s Spine

He was featured in

  • The Nanyang Business School Career Services Guide 2015 “His Practice Mantra” (Page 41)
  • Sherman College of Chiropractic Alumni Magazine “Dr Kelvin Ng Supports International Students with Scholarship”

Dr Ng also has 2 research papers published in peered review journals as follows:

  • Improvement in Motor Function Measured by Grip Strength Following Chiropractic Adjustments to Reduce Vertebral Subluxation in 100 Subjects, March 23, 2020, Pages 33-42, A. Vertebral Subluxation Res.
  • Resolution of Hearing Loss, Improved Speech & School Performance Following Chiropractic Management of Vertebral Subluxations in a Male Child: A Case Study, July 16, 2018, Pages 77-83, J Pediatric Maternal & Family Health.

Dr. Ng is happily married with a 15 year old son (Jay Ler) (Check out Dr. Ng’s blog on how chiropractic restored his wife, Joanne’s fertility here). Joanne and Jay Ler are Dr. Ng’s capable assistants at his clinic.

Dr. Ng’s working hours are:

  • Monday: 12pm – 5pm
  • Tuesday: 8.30am – 5pm
  • Wednesday: 2pm – 7pm
  • Thursday: 8.30am – 1pm
  • Friday: 8.30am – 5pm
  • Saturday: 8.30am – 1pm


  • International Chiropractic Pediatric Association
  • Sherman College of Chiropractic, Board of Regent


  • Certified Ergonomist (American Posture Insitute)
  • Certified Pediatric Posture Specialist (American Posture Insitute)

* Chiropractic, recognised by the World Health Organisation, is a separate and distinct profession. A Doctor of Chiropractic qualification is not a medical or dental qualification.

** 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.

*** 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.