The Best Osteopath in Singapore

On 17 May 2016, I woke up with a nagging pain on my right shoulder. I was very worried because on 12 June 2016, I would need to carry heavy luggages for a 2-week pilgrimage in Europe! With two virtually painless sessions costing just S$25 each, I was healed and was able to enjoy my pilgrimage! In my opinion, Lee Thim Kay (Osteopath) is the best osteopath in Singapore!

Fast Diagnosis

Mr Weng-Keong LEE of Lee Thim Kay (Osteopath) was able to quickly diagnose my problem which was a misalignment of a small bone and gently massage it back to its original position in just 20 minutes! My wife and friends have all benefited from his expertise! Be warned of the daily long queues of die-hard “fans” who are willing to weather the heat and long waiting times just to see him and be treated!

So to me, he’s the best osteopath in Singapore in terms of skill, painlessness and value-for-money! 

Store information

Here are the opening hours of Lee Thim Kay (Osteopath):
Mon-Sat: 9am – 5pm
Sun & Public Holidays: 9am – 12noon

Check their Facebook page for ad-hoc closures especially during Chinese New Year period.

Tip: To avoid long waiting time, be there at about 8am to be the first few in the queue!

Address: Blk 5, Banda Street, #02-80, Singapore 050005
Tel: +65 6220 6968

Here’s how to get there:

Driving directions
– Take CTE
– Take Exit 2 (Havelock/Clemenceau)
– Head towards South Bridge Road
– Turn into Spring Street & park

* Note that it’s coupon parking at $1.20 per half hour.

– Take MRT to Chinatown MRT
– Take Exit A & walk towards the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple (aka the very big and grand Chinese temple)

Walking direction from the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Head for the Blk 5, opposite the temple
metal board
Walk along the shops to find a metal board on your right
Walk-up the stairs to Level 2. Take the lift on the right if you need it.
At level two, head left towards the corridor
Walk straight and you would see a long queue.

Feel free to share your experiences of other osteopaths here too to benefit everyone.

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