Marla Anastasia Sulindro

TCM Doctor and Acupuncturist
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Marla Sulindro holds a Master’s Degree of Traditional Chinese Medicine from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, majoring in TCM Osteopathy & Traumatology. She also has a Bachelor degree in Acupuncture and Tuina from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Marla incorporates the use of herbal medication and/or acupuncture, gua sha and cupping in her treatments.

SPECIALITIES

Stress management, sleep disorder, pain management for musculoskeletal disorder and Internal medicine

Doctor Type
TCM Doctor
Services
Acupuncture, Cupping, Herbal Medicine, TCM & Internal Medicine, Tuina Massage
Languages
English, Mandarin
Clinics
Hongmei Road Clinic
Attendance Time
Hongmei Road Clinic
Tuesday, Thursday: 09:00 ~ 20:00
Wednesday, Saturday: 09:00 ~ 18:00

Articles Written

Acupuncture for a Happier Period

Menstrual pain, or dysmenorrhea, is the most commonly reported menstrual disorder. More than half of those who go through menstruation experience this each month. Menstrual pain can be unbearable, but it does not have to be a painful constant every month as pain is not a natural part of the menstruation process. In fact, menstruation should be painless and accompanied by minimal pre-and post-menstrual signs and symptoms (PMS).   So…

Addressing the Safety of Acupuncture

In clinical practice, we do come across customers asking us questions regarding acupuncture treatment. In this Part 1 article, we will focus on addressing the following queries, so that you, our clients and patients, can have a peace of mind and better understanding on what to expect during your scheduled acupuncture session, especially if it is going to be your first experience with acupuncture. Is it safe? Acupuncture is safe…

Introduction to TCM pediatric

“If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands?” - Milton Berle Yes, the quote above expresses the ups and downs of parenting life accurately, unconditional love, endless care and dedication to ensure that our children are able to grow healthily, both mentally and physically, in a stimulating, positive and conducive environment. Therefore, coping with various childhood ailments is an ordinary occurrence for all parents throughout their children’s…

Introduction to TCM Pediatric:  4 Deficiencies

The 4 deficiencies lie within the Yin, Lungs, Spleen and Kidney Yin & Yang Qualities of Yin in relation to Yang are those that are cold, dull, fluid and passive motion. As mentioned, children have pure Yang constitution and Yang. Thus, Yin are relatively low due to the immaturity of body and consumption during growth (Yang process). Lungs The study of Chinese medicine pediatrics states that: Children’s exterior defensive mechanism…

Pain Management: Neck Pain and Headache

Under the large umbrella of pain management, one of the most common reasons patients seek help is for neck pain. The main symptoms are discomfort and pain in the neck region, radiating pain and tension to the shoulders, or tingling sensations along the arms down to the hands. Most episodes of neck pain are due to muscle or soft tissue strain, but can also be caused by sudden force like…

Tired, Exhausted and Running Low On Energy?

Interpretation of the TCM terminology 体虚 (tǐ xū): a sense of general discomfort, suboptimal health. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), 体虚 (tǐ xū) is classified into four categories which differ in symptoms and treatment protocol. Take the time to peruse the following to see which category resonates with you. Qi deficiency General symptoms: Shortness of breath, easily fatigued, pale dull complexion, palpitation and chest tightness, low voice/tone, profuse perspiration during…

What’s up with the ‘Glass Cups’ in a TCM doctor’s treatment room?

What is cupping therapy? Cupping therapy is a treatment of Traditional Chinese Medicine in which glass cups are heated to create a vacuum against the skin. It increases surface blood flow which results in resolution of pain and a sense of well-being. The overall internal flow of Qi and blood circulation is enhanced, stimulating anti-inflammatory effects and promoting tissue recovery. Depending on the cupping technique used, cups may be retained…