Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Traditional Chinese Medicine/ Tit Tar Treatment for Sports Injury, Muscle Sprains and Strain

25 Aug 2015 - Today I want to blog about a Chinese doctor/ tit tar who had helped me and some of my friends  recovered from our sports injury, body posture problem, muscle sprains, muscle strains, and also muscle cramp.

Normally, if you go to the specialist or general clinic, doctors will just prescribe you antibiotics, anti-inflammation medicine, or just steroids for you to kill off your pain, temporary.

This Chinese doctor/ tit tar name is Mei Hwa. She is good in detecting your injury area, massage it, and then apply traditional Chinese medicine for 6 hours. Once you remove the herbs, you are not allowed to have water contact on the affected area in 1 hour time. You will also need to follow on a strict diet as well, so that you can recover faster.


I was injured and I keep on had a cramp on my elbow area, probably due to doing some heavy workout in the gym last week.


So I went to look for Mei Hwa again.








the chinese herbs

Prohibits, food that you cannot take:




You can find Mei Hwa at +6012-3251200. Please call before going, prefer based on appointment to see if she is there.

Her treatment centre is at:

Chee Kim Tong Pugilistic and Health Society, 9, Jalan Sungai Buaya, Taman Desa, 58100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Take note: Please look for Mei Hwa, the only female doctor at there. there are 2 different clinics at the same area (Two brothers fight, so they opened two different clinics).


Landmark: It is a kungfu association hall in Housing area. Behind Michelin tyre, Nihonkai Japanese Restaurant, or turn left into the small back lane once you see the BHP petrol station.

I was told that the centre was mainly to teach people the power of martial art and to treat people who are injured, to continue the dream of the late Chee Kim Thong (Chinese: 徐金棟; pinyin: Xú Jīndòng; 1920-2001) who was a renowned traditional Shaolin martial arts grandmaster.

If you prefer to read in chinese: http://jesssum.blogspot.com/2012/10/chee-kim-thong-pugilistic-and-health.html

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