Physician Hao Li

TCM Physician

Double Degree (Honours With Highest Distinction): Bachelor Of Science In Biomedical Sciences & Bachelor Of Medicine (Chinese Medicine), Nanyang Technological University And Beijing University Of Chinese Medicine

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

He was a first-prize scholarship recipient of the Beijing Government Foreign Student Scholarship. He also received two gold medal awards for his outstanding performance in studies when he graduated from NTU: The Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal Award and the Mdm Chow Kwai Wah and Mr Law Ka Yin Gold Medal Award.

As a beneficiary of TCM himself, Physician Leong can relate to his patients well. He is keen on applying and sharing his knowledge in TCM in order to assist his patients in achieving optimal health. He values the importance of communication with his patients as he firmly believes it is essential for the formulation of a customised and holistic treatment.

Physician Leong’s expertise: General Health, Women’s Health, Pain & Injury Management, Weight Management, Paediatric Massage.

Recent posts by Physician Hao Li

Have you experienced small red bumps forming around your eye before? Styes are very common in adults and can cause irritation and discomfort. While styes usually resolve on their own, TCM can help speed up recovery and lessen symptoms, especially for severe cases. What is a stye? A stye (or hordeolum) is a painful reddish …
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is usually believed to be an ‘old man’s issue’ as its prevalence increases with age as testosterone falls. However, this condition is a common and rising issue even in younger men these days due to high levels of stress— with as many as one in two sexually active men suffering from ED.ED …
A recent article from Channel News Asia (CNA) features a breakthrough study that suggests acupuncture is a viable treatment option for people who suffer from dry eye syndrome.The study jointly published by Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI) and Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institute (SCHMI) shows that acupuncture significantly improves composition of actual tears and lowers …
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