Chinese Acupuncture for Weight Loss

Posted by Ke Wynn Lee on  February 26, 2021
Category: Health & Wellness
Acupuncture reduces weight mainly by stimulating the acupoints of the human body, to promote the body’s metabolism and regulating the functions of the body’s organs to achieve effective weight loss. Slimming acupuncture can: (1) Regulate gastrointestinal function Stimulating certain acupoints in slimming acupuncture helps in releasing of serotonin – a mood-boosting chemical that has been linked to lowering the body appetite. Serotonin can prolong the emptying time of the stomach and suppress or even decrease

Muscle loss with aging

Posted by Ke Wynn Lee on  February 5, 2021
Category: Health & Wellness
We know how important it is to manage and control our body weight to remain at the recommended weight for our health. But did you know that if you’re a sedentary adult who weighed the same today compared to 10 years ago, could actually mean that you’ve gained fat mass? Physically inactive people can lose as much as 3% to 5% of their muscle mass each decade after the age 30. Even if you are

Osteopenia: Beating brittle bones

Posted by Ke Wynn Lee on  October 9, 2020
What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a condition in which the bones become thin, brittle, and weak mostly at the hips, spine and wrist. These changes can increase the risk of fractures, especially when we fall. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), osteoporosis occurs 5 times more often in females than males. Women also lose bone density more quickly after menopause, because of lower estrogen levels. The risks of developing osteoporosis can Ke Wynn Medical Fitness Center is listed as Penang’s 12 Best Massage Places by Trusted Malaysia, based on reviews and feedbacks we’ve received by our clients and patients. How awesome is that? Though we are technically not a ‘massage parlour’, we do specialize in sports massage for common musculoskeletal conditions. Here is what they have to say about us. “Feeling pain on a near constant basis isn’t any way to live. This is the

What should I do for my frozen shoulder? – Part 2

Posted by Ke Wynn Lee on  June 16, 2020
Category: Others
Close  So what should I do for my shoulder? PART 2 of Dr. Terrence Chee’s ramblings Read Part 1 here Exercise regularly Regular suitable exercises, that gives you the opportunity to work your joints to it’s fullest potential. Same reason why doing house chores is not considered beneficial, productive exercise although yes, it does burn calories. Exercises which are suitable for your age, health conditions, concerns and limitations will then allow you to start off