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What Is Tui-Na Therapy?​


Tui-Na is a Chinese ancient form of massage. The therapy combines acupressure and body manipulation techniques for therapeutic purposes. It is well known as a "quick fix" in treating pain and improving mobility after sports injuries. TCM Tui-Na is used in treating various conditions, such as sports injuries, ligament sprain, muscle strain, tendonitis, chronic pain, stress, even sleeping difficulty.

Special Features Of Our Tui-Na Therapy

Our therapeutic Tui-Na therapy is performed by qualified TCM physicians, following a detailed consultation and examination. A diagnosis is imperative as in some circumstances, such as acute inflammation, fracture (or a crack, which is often overlooked), and predisposition to infection, Tui-Na should not be performed, or must be performed with caution. Our physicians are proficient in Pain Management for various pain conditions, including Pregnancy Pain Management. We do bandaging when necessary without additional charges. Besides, we do Tui-Na to manage your stress, emotions, sleep and bowel movement.

Therapeutic Massage (Tui-Na Therapy)

Paediatric Massage (Xiao-Er Tui-Na)

Paediatric Tui-Na therapy is recommended for most babies (six months and above) and children (below 12 years old). The therapy, commonly known as Xiao Er Tui Na, aims to promote health and well-being of young children by stimulating acupuncture points and meridians to treat, or prevent paediatric illnesses. Studies suggest that paediatric Tui-Na promotes growth and brain development of young children, and strengthens their immune systems. It is widely used for treating, or preventing conditions such as:

  • Frequent flu / cold / cough 

  • Fever

  • Allergic rhinitis

  • Asthma

  • Eczema

  • Bed-wetting

  • Ulcer

  • Constipation, diarrhea, bloated stomach

  • Picky eating

  • Underweight, overweight

  • Sleep disorder

  • Concentration problem


Xiao-Er Tui-Na is a very safe procedure performed by our qualified TCM physicians. The therapy is relatively more gentle than adults' massage, and shorter in duration, usually not more than 30 minutes.