Acupuncture - Choo Led Sin Clinic

Welcome to C.L.S. CLINIC (CHOO LED SIN CLINIC TCM CENTRE), if you are looking for a Chinese medicine approach to achieving good health, then you have found us! We are the unique and integrated approach to CHINESE MEDICINE.


Welcome, if you and your family are looking for an Acupuncture treatment or Experts in Singapore, you may come to the right place. We may help you in some ways through our strong foundation training and expertise in the field of Acupuncture therapy. Please read more about our brief introduction in the field of Acupuncture below.


Dr. Choo with the late Singapore’s famous Acupuncture professor Lee Kim Leng in Beijing presenting a research paper on 2007. 朱医师2007年于北京与新加坡著名针灸专家李金龙教授同台发表论文演说。

Choo Led Sin 朱立信医师(医学博士)
Master’s degree from Anhui University of Chinese Medicine
Doctorate's degree of Hunan University from Chinese Medicine

For the past 20 over years, Mr. Choo has travelled all over China and studied under many Masters, Experts, and Professors on Acupuncture. He has completed his Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Bones Injuries studies from Anhui University of Chinese Medicine and Doctorate's degree in Acupuncture and Bones Injuries from Hunan University of Chinese Medicine. 朱立信医师在过去20多年跟随许多导师、专家、教授门下学习,尤其下许多苦功在中医针灸学方面。朱医师于中国安徽中医药大学完成针灸骨伤硕士学位,目前正在湖南中医药大学修读针灸骨伤博士学位。 Beside applying traditional Acupuncture, he is also an expert in different types of Acupuncture, which include: 除了使用传统经络毫针外,也使用不同的针法治病,其中包括:

  • Abdominal Acupuncture 腹针
  • Acupotomy Acupuncture针刀
  • Auriculotherapy (Ear Acupuncture) 耳针
  • Blood Letting Acupuncture 刺络放血
  • Fire Acupuncture火针
  • Foot Acupuncture足针
  • Palm Acupuncture掌针
  • Pi Acupuncture铍针
  • Scalp Acupuncture头皮针
  • Seven Star Needling 七星针
  • Spinal Acupuncture脊针
  • Tongue Acupuncture舌针and other.

Mr. Choo has contributed few dozens of articles and thesis on Acupuncture. He has co-author with Dr. Debasish Kundu of India in the book of “Essentials of Acupuncture” (English). 朱医师曾发表过数十篇有关于针灸学的文章与论文,并与一位印度针灸专家合作一本专著《针灸精髓》(英语版)

Acupuncture is believed to be the most widely use TCM therapy in the world. The earliest recorded use of acupuncture dates from 200 BCE. Knowledge of acupuncture spread from China along Arab trade routes towards the West. Most Americans first heard of acupuncture in the early 1970s. Acupuncture gained attention in the United States after President Nixon visited China in 1972. Traveling with Nixon was New York Times reporter James Reston, who received acupuncture in China after undergoing an emergency appendectomy. Reston was so impressed with the post-operative pain relief the procedure provided that he wrote about acupuncture upon returning to the United States.


The World Health Organization (WHO), whose authority concerning health-related matters internationally cannot be challenged, has compiled a list of symptoms, syndromes, disease processes, pathologies, traumas and conditions that have definitely been proven as effectively treated by acupuncture. The WHO has also compiled a list of diseases, symptoms and conditions for which acupuncture has shown definite therapeutic effects, but more proof is needed to establish acupuncture as a mainstream form of treatment. Should a curious patient, insurance company or colleague require proof of acupuncture's effectiveness, the following list is something you will want to keep on file. Its use will be inevitable.

In an official report, Acupuncture: Review and Analysis of Reports on Controlled Clinical Trials, the WHO (WHO) has listed the following symptoms, diseases and conditions that have been shown through controlled trials to be treated effectively by acupuncture:

  • Low back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Sciatica
  • Tennis elbow
  • Knee pain
  • Periarthritis of the shoulder
  • Sprains
  • Facial pain (including craniomandibular disorders)
  • Headache
  • Dental pain
  • Tempromandibular (TMJ) dysfunction
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Induction of labor
  • Correction of malposition of fetus (breech presentation)
  • Morning sickness
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Postoperative pain
  • Stroke
  • Essential hypertension
  • Primary hypotension
  • Renal colic
  • Leucopenia
  • Adverse reactions to radiation or chemotherapy
  • Allergic rhinitis, including hay fever
  • Biliary colic
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Depression (including depressive neurosis and depression following stroke)
  • Acute bacillary dysentery
  • Primary dysmenorrhea
  • Acute epigastralgia
  • Peptic ulcer
  • Acute and chronic gastritis

The foregoing list is absolute concerning acupuncture's effectiveness; however the report continues with three more categories:

  1. Diseases, symptoms and conditions for which the therapeutic effect of acupuncture has been shown, but further proof is needed (68 specific conditions). These conditions are effectively treated as in the first category; it's just that more trials are necessary to establish the proof scientifically.
  2. Diseases, symptoms and conditions reporting some therapeutic effects for which acupuncture is worth trying (nine conditions).
  3. Diseases, symptoms and conditions in which acupuncture may be tried, provided the practitioner has special modern medical knowledge and adequate monitoring equipment (eight conditions).

Due to space limitations, should any reader wish to have a list of the last three categories of effectiveness outlined, please e-mail me with your request. Let's continue as healers to effectively treat this broad range of conditions. Best wishes!