Sub-Health Management – TCM Perspective for Health and Wellness Practitioners

This course is designed to provide you with a deep understanding of the etiology, pathogenesis, and management of common sub-health symptoms from both modern and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) perspectives. Through three engaging modules, you will delve into the intricacies of sub-health conditions like GERD, Insomnia, Vertigo, Perspiration, Frequent Urination and Digestive System Disorders. By the end of this course, you will be equipped with valuable knowledge and insights into TCM’s holistic approach to syndromes management and prevention related to these sub-health conditions.

Course objectives:

The primary objective of this course is to empower participants with the expertise to comprehensively address common sub-health symptoms using a TCM perspective.

By the end of the course, participants will achieve the following Learning Outcomes.

Course Learning Outcome:

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will:

  • Understand the etiology and pathogenesis of common sub-health symptoms, including GERD, Insomnia, Vertigo, Perspiration, and Digestive System Disorders, from both modern medical and TCM viewpoints.
  • Apply TCM principles to approach syndromes management for sub-health conditions, integrating traditional wisdom with modern healthcare practices.
  • Employ TCM strategies for preventing sub-health, fostering a holistic understanding of health and well-being.

Course duration:

  • 9 hours
    • 3 days, 3 hours per day,


Teaching & Learning methods:

  • Online and/or Classroom delivery
  • Lecture and case analysis.
  • Practical Mastery of Exercise and practice


Course Details:

Module 1: TCM Approaches in Sub-Health Management

  • Explore Chronic Fatigue, Digestive Disorders, Bloating and Constipation.
  • Understand TCM’s Qi and Blood imbalances concept for Chronic Fatigue.
  • Identify Spleen and Stomach disharmonies in Digestive Disorders.

Module 2: TCM Approaches in Sub-Health Management

  • Investigate Sleeping Disorders, Insomnia, Perspiration, and Night Sweating.
  • Employ acupoints, herbs, and lifestyle adjustments for improved sleep.
  • Examine perspiration and night sweating as indicators of Qi and Yin imbalances.

Module 3: TCM Approaches in Sub-Health Management

  • Study TCM’s preventive stance on Vertigo, Hypertension, and Frequent Urination.
  • Explore Vertigo and Hypertension’s connections to internal Organ Sytems imbalances.
  • Explore frequent urination’s link to Qi and Kidney Systems Vitality.

Who Should Attend:

This course is specially designed for health and wellness practitioners who wish to expand their knowledge and skills in pain management from the TCM perspective. It is suitable for:

  • Acupuncturists and TCM practitioners
  • Physical therapists and massage therapists
  • Naturopaths and holistic health practitioners
  • Wellness Enthusiasts
  • Medical professionals
  • All who interested in complementary and alternative medicine


Course Fee: 

  • S$300 (SkillsFuture Credit 100% Claimable / NTUC – UTAP supported)
  • Include Comprehensive course Notes and On-line materials


Certificate Award:

  • Certificate of Completion – “Sub-Health Management – TCM Perspective for Health and Wellness Practitioners”


  • Clement Ng Shin Kiat 黄欣杰博士
  • Singapore Registered TCM Practitioner
  • Doctor of Medicine (TCM), Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine
  • MBA (Strategic Management), Nanyang Business School, NTU
  • B.A.Sc. (Computer Technology\Engineering), NTU
  • Chairman – Technical Committee on Complementary Medicine & Health Products.
  • President – Singapore Acupuncture Association
  • Head of Delegation – ISO/TC 249 (TCM), International Organization for Standardization
  • Deputy Secretary General – WFCMS – Specialty Committee for Medicated Diet and Dietotherapy
  • Committee Member – WFAS – Standardization Working Committee