Physician Sheryl Tay

TCM Physician

Double Degree (Honours with Distinction): Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences & Bachelor of Medicine (Chinese Medicine), Nanyang Technological University and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine

Sheryl graduated with double degrees in Biomedical Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine from Nanyang Technological University and Beijing University of Chinese Medicine respectively.

Inquisitive by nature, Sheryl continually looks for ways to expand her TCM knowledge in order to provide the best treatment programme for her patients. As a strong believer of individualised treatment for every patient, she seeks to formulate the most suited and tailored treatment with her knowledge.

Her friendly personality has allowed her to build a good rapport with her patients. Having good communication and trust is essential to her to understand and better cater to patients’ needs.

Expertise: General Health, Pain & Injury Management, Women’s Health, Paediatric Massage.

Recent posts by Physician Sheryl Tay

Sinus is the hollow cavities in the skull and are lined with soft tissue. Healthy sinuses are filled with air. However, if they become inflamed due to triggers such as viruses or bacteria, the soft tissues start to produce excessive amounts of yellow or green mucus. This is known as Sinusitis.
Acne happens when dead skin cells, bacteria, and/or oil builds up and clogs our hair follicles, forming whiteheads and blackheads. When inflammation happens, pimples or even cysts will form. Usually occurring on the face, chest and back, it is a skin condition that leaves people exasperated as it can affect their confidence and self-esteem. Not only that, acne can be painful, itchy, and some might take a long time to heal.
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