The Pain Relief Clinic is a medical practice that combines traditional pain management techniques with non-invasive treatment technologies available, to specifically help patients who suffer from both acute and persistent pain.

Using a combination of conventional medicine, as well as new technologies such as INDIBA® activ ProRecovery and Shockwave Therapy, we provide effective clinical solutions to pain.

By promoting bone, cartilage and soft tissue repair, we offer a number of non-invasive, safe and drug free options, that are effective for patients who still suffer from pain after trying other treatments, or who are not comfortable with the risks and complications of other options.

Why Choose The Pain Relief Clinic


Non Invasive



Long Term



Successfully Treated Patients

From Over 29 Countries




3 Common Misconceptions about Pain:

  • My pain is persistent. I’ve tried gels, painkillers, injections and alternative treatments which did not work. There is no choice except for surgery.
  • My pain is due to wear and tear, age related degeneration. Nothing much can be done, while it gets worse with time. I must just learn to live with it.
  • My pain is due sports injury and exercise causing a muscle, ligament or cartilage tear. The only options are resting, physiotherapy, steroid injections and maybe surgery.

Our Signature Treatments


Shockwave Therapy

Used internationally as a non-invasive method of treating pain and inflammation using high energy acoustic waves.


Indiba Active

Non-invasive radiofrequency treatment used by leading professional sports teams, hospitals and clinics across Europe and Japan for pain relief.


Electromedical Stimulation

Cleared by the US FDA for Muscle Conditioning under prescription, it offers powerful applications in sports science, rehabilitation medicine and pain therapy.

Simply call us at +65 6732 2397

or leave a message below for Dr Tan to discuss a customized non-invasive solution for you.





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