About Us

Our Story

Ong Fujian Chinese Physician Hall was founded in 1986 at Joo Chiat Road by Prof. Wong Pang Ong. Since then, we are honoured to have provided our medical expertise to more than half a million people. Ong Fujian Chinese Physician Hall initially started off as a single Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) physician clinic and has since expanded to our current team of three TCM physicians and one Medical Doctor Cum TCM Physician. Through decades of practice, we have encountered a wide range of medical conditions and specialise, in particular, orthopaedics, neurological and dermatological diseases. Through our continuous effort, we are glad to be recognized by and voted as the top 12 TCM clinics in Singapore and hope to continue providing excellent medical help to those in need.

WE BELIEVE IN

Enhancing health by providing patients with best medical practice through a combination of Western and Chinese Medicine.

Our Team

Our medical professionals specialise in wide range of disorders, in particular Orthopaedics (e.g. fractures), Dermatological (e.g. Psoriasis, Eczema, Pityriasis), Neurological (e.g Stroke, Sciatica, Slipped disc) and Urological conditions (e.g erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, stones and andropause). Through our bilateral knowledge in Medical and Chinese Medicine, we bring upon evidence based practices to ensure patients are supported with optimal care and support.

Dr. Wong Pang Ong
Professor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
TCM Orthopaedics
PhD (Formula-logy),
Masters (Orthopaedics),
Bachelor of TCM (Singapore)
Special interest: Closed reduction for limb fracture

In 1986, Dr. Wong graduated from Singapore Chinese Medical Studies College with a diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). In 1996, he furthered his studies in Chang Chun College of TCM, where he was under tutorship of two of the top 500 renowned professors in China, Prof. Liu Bai Ling and Prof. Song Yi Tong for a Master Degree in Orthopaedics and Traumatology. During the course of study, he gained further knowledge on the prescription of herbs for bone injuries and other related illnesses. He also mastered the skill of ear and head acupuncture, and received his Masters Degree in 1999. In 2002, he enrolled into Beijing University of TCM for his Ph.D. course on TCM Formula-logy and was under the supervision of Prof. Xie Ming, who is the head of TCM Formula-logy faculty in the University. In 2005, Dr. Wong attained his Ph.D. by exploring the traditional and advanced usage of prescription in the modern world, with the research programme investigating its traditional Chinese medical theory and experience for the Yu Nu Jian formula used as prescription for osteoarthritis of the knee.

Specialisation: Orthopaedics and Urological Conditions

Dr. Lim Choo Keok
TCM Orthopaedics
PhD (Acupuncture),
Masters (Orthopaedics),
Bachelor of TCM (Xiamen)
Special interest: Xin Nao Kai Qiao for Stroke rehabilitation

Dr. Lim studied in Xiamen College of TCM from 1992 to 1997 and graduated with a Bachelor Degree in TCM. From 2000 to 2001, she attended a professional course on ear and head acupuncture conducted by Hua Tuo College of TCM. In 2002, she enrolled in An Hui College of TCM for her Masters Degree in Acupuncture, Massage & Maneuver, under the supervision of Prof. Shen Xiao Ming, Vice Principal in Acupuncture, Orthopaedics & Traumatology faculty in the College. In 2004, she completed her Master’s dissertation regarding “Clinical study on the treatment of the cervical spondylosis of different neck type and nerve root type with the combination therapy of acupuncture at jingjiaji acupoints and Wong’s manipulation”. In 2005, she enrolled into Tian Jin College of TCM, under Prof. Shi Xue Min, a world renowned Acupuncturist who is also known as the “Father of Acupuncture” due to his creation of the Stroke acupuncture technique, “Xin Nao Kai Qiao”, which has been used as a standardized treatment for Stroke across China. In 2008, she successfully completed her PhD dissertation regarding “Lumbar Intervertebral Disc Protrusion”.

Specialisation: Orthopaedics and Urological Conditions

Dr. Wong Lin Ho
Medical Doctor
Neurology
M.Sc (Neurodegeneration),
MB BCh BAO (Hons),
Bachelor of TCM (Guangzhou),
Diploma of TCM (Singapore)
Special interest: Neuroacupuncture for Neurodegenerative disorders

Dr. Wong was trained in Western Medicine, achieving First Class Honours, and a top rank in his cohort. He was subsequently trained in public hospitals and was also attached to world renowned hospitals in Tokyo (Keio University Hospital) and Hong Kong (Queen Mary hospital). He subsequently developed a special interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine and also furthered his interest in neurodegenerative diseases by undertaking a Masters of Neuroscience at the University of Sheffield to combine both TCM and medical management of neurodegenerative diseases. Till date, he is one of the three medical doctors in Singapore who also took up a Bachelor of TCM. 

Dr. Wong published multiple research papers in international journals, and has taken part in research for Traditional Chinese Medicine. He also participated in an international conference in Lisbon held by European Society of Cardiology (ESC), EuroPrevent on hypertension. 

Given his knowledge in both Western and TCM, he has developed a new technique for neurological disorders, known as “LH NeuroAcu Technique™” where the connections between the brain and individual acupoints are identified. Using the technique, he has treated multiple patients with neurological conditions such as patients with Stroke, Multiple sclerosis, Cauda Equina Syndrome and Guillain Barre Syndrome.Through his understanding of both western and chinese medicine, he developed a new TCM formula for the management of Asthma and COPD and successfully withdrawn patients off their inhalers. He also participates in the teaching of both Western Medical and TCM students.

Specialisation: Neurodegenerative diseases

TCM Physician Ong Eng Soon
Chinese Physician
TCM General Practitioner
Diploma of TCM (Singapore)

Physician Ong studied at the Institute of Traditional Chinese Medical studies in Singapore from 2000 to 2006. In 2006, he graduated and passed the TCM practitioner examination by the Ministry of Health with flying colours. Since then, he has been working at Ong Fujian Chinese Physician Hall. Under the mentorship of Prof Wong Pang Ong, Mr. Ong Eng Soon rapidly built up his experience and skills for the management of patients with Orthopaedics disorders e.g fractures and dislocations.