Healing Patients Since 1983
Our Vision and Mission
医者仁心 ～ 中西不变
Si En Medicare+ aims to empower all our clients and physicians with unique
actionable genetic data for holistic TCM Treatments enabling smarter lifestyle choices.
At Si En Medicare⁺, Our Integrative TCM approach alleviates problematic illness and symptoms; improves your health holistically and helps to sustain a better quality of life. In addition, our treatments also aim at supporting and enhancing your body’s natural healing abilities
OUR FOCUS IS ON YOU, THE PATIENT, AND NOT THE DISEASE
At Si En Medicare⁺ we can help you deal with the stress, pain, and fatigue that may accompany a chronic illness.
中医治人 – 西医治病
五脏应季 – 防病未然
Si En Medicare+ Approach
Integrative Medicine as a Vital Component of Patient Care
The landscape of medicine has been progressing toward a more holistic and individualized approach to healing through better integration between western and alternative forms of medicine, a concept that has been described as “integrative medicine.” Integrative medicine is the treatment of patients through spiritual, emotional, mental, and environmental in addition to the physical means. The general principle is that all aspects of the patient are considered in treating illness, which include natural and less invasive alternatives when possible.
Specific techniques can include acupuncture, TCM nutritional advisement, mind-body therapies, and holistic massages.
However, the treatments are still rooted in scientific medical discovery and inquiry. Indeed, research and scientific investigation of efficacy are prevalent and an important guide of this integrative treatment approach.
China Medical University - Si En Medicare+ has three collaborative
TCM Clinical R&D unit at Novena Medical Center enabling you to benefit
from CMU’s deep TCM clinical expertise.
CMU Integrative TCM Health & Rehabilitation
Lead by Medical Director
Senior Consultant & Physician
A/Prof Iris Teo
Chronic Illness is common and yet more complex than you know
When someone has chronic and complex illness, it is important to take care of the whole person.
At Si En Medicare+, our panel of TCM physicians and university professors will work in partnership with you to develop a personalized plan best to manage your chronic illness or disease.
CMU Women's Health & Paediatric Research Unit
Lead by Associate Director &
Ang Jing Yu
Women have special healthcare needs that change throughout every state of their life.
We are partners in your health. Together we discuss your options and decide on the best care and treatment solutions for your individual needs.
PAEDIATRY – ALWAYS CARING
Making life better for our children.
Children have a unique set of healthcare needs. Our mission is to make you and your child as comfortable as possible in the healing environment.
CMU Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Research Unit
Lead by Medical Director &
Senior Consultant & Physician
A/Prof Iris Teo
People affected by chronic pain due to injuries, poor posture, lack of exercises or internal health issues.
Instead of offering a one-size-fits-all approach, your physician recommends therapies that were grounded in science-based medicine and holistic TCM treatments that are custom tailored for your unique medical conditions.
Integrative Medical Treatment Solution
Si En TCM+ Genome Healthcare Screening
Chronic Illness Treatment & Rehabilitation
Essence of Life
Personalised Holistic Precision Medicine for a better Health
Chronic diseases are medical conditions that are generally progressive. These lifelong conditions, which include heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and asthma, can be managed with simple lifestyle changes. By learning about genetic influences on common diseases and identifying disease-associated gene loci, holistic TCM preventive medicinal care enables you to take an active role in disease prevention.
“ Know your family history. It could save your life. ”
The 11th revision of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD) now include Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which will come into effect on January 1, 2022.
The WHO ICD is a standardized system of alphanumeric codes for diagnoses for epidemiology, research, and medical related cataloguing by the WHO. The latest revision incorporates TCM diagnoses components, such as qi deficiency, damp heat, and liver qi stagnation. This inclusion will now link traditional medicine practices with global norms and standard development.