Eat Well, Live Well, TCM Way Talk
21 May

Our bodies are all made different, so how do we know what to eat that will be best for us? In this talk, Physician Chua Eng Khong, Singapore registered TCM practitioner and co-founder of Chi Prelude TCM will touch on the importance of eating whole foods to enhance your diet rather than relying on supplements.

Learn what is best for the Singaporean diet and how it is different compared to the US diet that we see so often on media. Eat well to live well, the TCM way!

Speaker: Physician Chua Eng Khong
Time: 2pm to 3.15pm
Venue: Emerald Court
Fees: $3 (Member) | $5 (Guest)
Closing date: 13 May

*Minimum 10 pax to commence
*Maximum 20 pax requested by speaker to keep group small for sharing and discussion

Speaker: Physician Chua Eng Khong

  • Licensed TCM practitioner since 2013 (10 years of practice)
  • Conducted Plant-Based Diet Studies
  • Talk on Stroke with Singapore Stroke Association
  • Zoom talks on TCM way of building immunity through nutrition and exercises

Physician Chua (Eng) is a Singapore registered TCM practitioner and co-founder of Chi Prelude TCM. He is the only Certified Zhu's Scalp Acupuncture Specialist in Singapore and has recently obtained a Certificate in Exercise Physiology from Stanford University School of Medicine. 

Eng has followed the world's top Neuro-acupuncture Master (Professor Zhu Mingqing), Orthopaedic Master (Dr. Lin Liangchuan, licensed Western and TCM specialist), and Pulse-taking Master (Professor Li Shusen, descendent of Qing Dynasty Imperial Physician). Having more than a decade of clinical experience, he adopts a multi-tier approach to treat and lead his patients back to their own health, many of whom coming to him through word-of-mouth. He integrates the concepts and therapies of Chinese and Western medicine in his treatment for pain management and neurological diseases such as Parkinson's disease, Bell's palsy, stroke and spinal cord injury. He specialises in using Structure Alignment Therapy by hand manipulation and/or acupuncture to adjust the whole body structure. For internal medicine, he uses a unique pulse-taking method and spatial medical concepts to regulate a patient's yin and yang system which can cure even chronic diseases.   

Eng is passionate about learning and sharing his knowledge and experiences and has conducted numerous in-person and online health talks. Through his sharing, he hopes to empower people to take charge of their own health and improve their quality of life.

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