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YapChanKor Pain Treatment Centre

Yap Yen Tse, CEO, Yap Chan Khor

06-Nov-14 11:03

YapChanKor

This clinic was founded 35 years ago but their treatment heritage and experience goes back another 50 years in Malaya. It started in the 1930s when Yap Chan Kor’s father came from northern China to spread Northern Shaolin kung fu through the Chin Woo martial arts association. It has been known that the best grandmasters also had access to healing knowledge. Hence it was natural for him to set up a clinic in the martial arts association he taught at, to treat initially his injured students, and later their friends and family members. Fast forward to 85 years later, Yap Yen Tse rebranded the Tabib YapChanKor into a mix of both contemporary and alternative treatment.


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