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Dr Greg McRae BSc, D.C
Director of East Coast Chiropractic Pte Ltd
Hi I'm Dr Greg McRae. I am Professionally Licensed Canadian Doctor of Chiropractic serving the Singapore East Coast community.
My seven year educational background includes a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic (Summa Cum Laude) from Western States Chiropractic School in Portland Oregon, U.S.A. I originate from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. I previously studied at Vancouver Island University and the University of British Columbia before undergoing my Chiropractic Studies.
After obtaining my Doctor of Chiropractic in 1998, my Chiropractic work experience is from multiple clinics in Canada, Malaysia and I have been now working in Singapore for over 9 years. I have experience in numerous different chiropractic techniques and have helped thousands of people in the past twelve years in Asia. My wife Kim and I plan to stay in Sinagpore for many more years as we find it a great place to live and love the people.
As a Chiropractor with more than fifteen years hands on experience, I am committed to promoting optimal health and well being of patients.
Please take the time to learn about Chiropractic treatment by reviewing this website. We have animations, video links and numerous pages of great information about what to expect with chiropractic and what sort of common problems we help people with everyday.
I look forward to helping the residents of Singapore improve their health through the power of the chiropractic adjustments. My approach to patient health improvement is to focus on the whole body, not just the areas of complaint. When spinal function is improved, the nervous system can work better to optimize health. In addition to performing spinal adjustments, I have a special interest in extremity adjusting to improve arm and leg function.
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