Medical Services

TWGHs Wilson T.S. Wang Centre of Integrated Health Management

Introduction

To arouse the public’s awareness of the concept of Chinese preventive medicine, TWGHs Wilson T.S. Wang Centre of Integrated Health Management was established in early March 2009 to provide a pioneering health management service in Hong Kong. The new centre offers high-quality, personalised, systematic and comprehensive integrated Chinese and Western therapeutic solutions to the public.
Wilson T.S. Wang Centre of Integrated Health Management is currently providing services to the public through its outpatient clinics – “Body Constitution Analysis”, “Simple Obesity”, “Functional Dyspepsia”, “Neck & Back Pain”, “Chronic Fatigue”, “Insomnia” and “Allergic Rhinitis”. The Centre aims at encouraging citizens to cultivate health when they are free from illness, to take early intervention in order to prevent disease from worsening, and to avoid relapse.

Download Wilson T.S. Wang Centre of Integrated Health Management Introduction Booklet (Chinese Version Only)

Scope of Services

Outpatient Clinics Services Download Leaflets
Body Constitution Analysis Target Clients: Those who wish to know the types of body constitution they have and to receive appropriate healthcare treatments accordingly

  • Chinese medicine practitioners determine the types of body constitution by analysing examinees’ physical characteristics, common manifestations, psychological traits, etc.
  • Routine investigations
  • Body constitution analysis report
  • Advice on improving body constitution
  • Referral to western medicine clinics for self-financed investigations (if necessary)
  • Referral to the Centre’s other outpatient clinics to receive specific treatments (if necessary)
Body Constitution Analysis Clinic (Chinese Version Only)
Simple Obesity Target Clients: Those who are overweight or obese

  • Acupuncture
  • Ear Acupressure
  • Chinese herbal medicine
  • Chinese dietary therapy

(Combination of treatments will be determined by Chinese Medicine Practitioners, according to examinees’ conditions)

Simple Obesity Clinic (Chinese Version Only)
Functional Dyspepsia Target Clients: Those who frequently suffer from epigastric pain, abdominal distension and belching

  • Acupuncture
  • Chinese herbal medicine
  • Chinese dietary therapy
  • Acupoint massage

(Combination of treatments will be determined by Chinese Medicine Practitioners, according to examinees’ conditions)

Functional Dyspepsia Clinic (Chinese Version Only)
Neck & Back Pain Target Clients: Those who suffer from neck and back muscle strains

  • Chinese herbal vapotherapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Fire cupping
  • Naprapathy
  • Chinese herbal medicine

(Combination of treatments will be determined by Chinese Medicine Practitioners, according to examinees’ conditions)

Neck & Back Pain Clinic (Chinese Version Only)
Chronic Fatigue Target Clients: Those who suffer from chronic fatigue and / or also headache, insomnia, amnesia and muscle soreness

  • Chinese herbal medicine
  • Acupuncture
  • Naprapathy
  • Chinese herbal vapotherapy

(Combination of treatments will be determined by Chinese Medicine Practitioners, according to examinees’ conditions)

Chronic Fatigue Clinic (Chinese Version Only)
Insomnia Target Clients: Those who suffer from insomnia,or wish to improve the quality of sleep

  • Chinese herbal medicine
  • Acupuncture
  • Chinese herbal vapotherapy
  • Acupoint massage
  • Chinese dietary therapy

(Combination of treatments will be determined by Chinese Medicine Practitioners, according to examinees’ conditions)

Insomnia (Chinese Version Only)
Allergic Rhinitis Target Clients: Those who suffer from a group of symptoms affecting the nose, such as stuffy nose, runny nose, sneezing, and nasal itching

  • Chinese herbal medicine
  • Acupuncture
  • Herbal paste dressing on acupoints
  • Acupoint massage

(Combination of treatments will be determined by Chinese Medicine Practitioners, according to examinees’ conditions)

Allergic Rhinitis Clinic (Chinese Version Only)

TWGHs Wilson T.S. Wang Centre of Integrated Health Management

Address: TWGHs Wilson T.S. Wang Integrated Chinese & Western Medicine Treatment Centre 6th Floor, North Wing, Kwong Wah Hospital, 25 Waterloo Road, Kowloon
Telephone (Enquiry & Appointment): 3517 7622 (prior appointment is required)
Fax No.: 3517 7628
Service Hours:
Mon to Fri: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Sat: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

Service procedure

Why is Health Management so Important?

The concept of health management is a core subject in Chinese Medicine philosophy. It emphasises prevention of illness, aiming to achieve better quality of life by maintaining good health, lowering the occurrence of disease, delaying illness or prolonging lifespan despite being ill.
Without apparent disease does not mean health. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”. When one experiences malaise and feels his / her spirit and adaptability declining, but no actual disease is detected, he / she is in a status of sub-health. Persistent sub-health condition can lead to illness.

  • The problem of sub-health is often neglected, as it does not entail apparent disease
  • Sub-health condition may lead to illness
  • People in sub-health condition are mainly middle-agers; they make up about 70% of the total population of China
  • A large proportion of Hong Kong citizens are in sub-health status, due to stressful life, unbalanced diet and long working hours

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