Named after Aegle, the goddess of radiant good health in Greek mythology, Aegle TCM Wellness Clinique was built on the expertise of a team of experienced healthcare and wellness professionals who are fully committed to restoring and optimising one’s health and well-being without the use of drugs or surgical procedures. The team’s areas of expertise include acupuncture, cupping, gua sha, moxibustion, and tuina. They also provide holistic, comprehensive wellness programs to nourish and rejuvenate one’s body, mind, and spirit.
The clinic combines conventional and alternative medicine and places a special focus on assessing the patient in relation to meridians, internal organs, energy levels, and lifestyle instead of focusing on the symptoms alone. Techniques, such as acupuncture and cupping, are used to provide pain relief, clear blockages, and enhance energy flow to achieve balance in the body that leads to the elimination of symptoms and improvement of various common and chronic conditions.
Committed to delivering exceptional patient experience, the clinic offers a relaxing, peaceful, and tranquil environment while its staff members are sensitive to the needs of each patient, taking the extra mile to ensure that they are well taken care of throughout their visit.
Dr. Tan Teow Soon is a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practitioner specialising in acupuncture, moxibustion, tuina, guasha, and cupping. He also offers holistic, individualised wellness programs designed to rejuvenate and nourish one’s mind, body, and spirit. Dr. Tan, who integrates TCM and conventional medicine, focuses on treating the root cause of any medical condition to deliver the best possible treatment outcomes.
Dr. He Dan Dan is a board-certified nurse and registered TCM physician and TCM acupuncturist both in Singapore and Australia. She specialises in providing holistic, non-invasive treatment for a wide range of acute and chronic medical conditions by combining TCM methods with conventional medicine. Her goal is to help patients, both local and international, achieve balance and restore optimum health by addressing the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of health and illnesses instead of just focusing on the symptoms.