About Tit Tar

Tit tar is a Cantonese term that, when translated literally, means ‘fall-hit’. When used together, tit tar refers to the treatment of bone, joint and muscle misalignment sustained from physical trauma such as a fall, an accident or during sports.
Tit tar operates from the basic idea that any ache or pain experienced by the body stems from a disruption in the natural alignment and state of the bone, joint or muscle. When a patient complains about pain in a particular part of his or her body, the physician’s main objective is to identify the nature of the problem and to correct it.
A major aspect of tit tar therapy is acupressure. Acupressure is an ancient science that deals with the human body and the flow of natural energy (‘Qi’) within. Using the fingers to manipulate, stimulate or correct the flow of qi in and around an injured joint, acupressure can release muscular tension, promote the circulation of blood, relieve pain and enables the body to relax deeply. This speeds up recovery and strengthens the body’s resistance to disease.
In particular, OC specialises in treating

  • Bone fractures
  • Joint dislocation
  • Muscle, ligament and tendon injuries

Common causes of such injuries include falls, automobile accidents, sports, workplace stress and accidents that occur in the home.

Enjoy Rapid Pain Relief and Permanent Healing

  • Golf & Sports Injuries
  • Joint Dislocation
  • Bone Setting
  • Automobile Injuries
  • Domestic Injuries
  • Occupational Injuries

Benefit from the Ancient Chinese
Art of Tit Tar

  • Bone Fractures
  • Joint Dislocation
  • Muscle, Ligament & Tendon Injuries

Tit Tar Combines Hands-on with External & Internal Natural Herbal Remedies

  • External fresh herbal wrap applications
  • Oral herbal treatments for internal injuries

We Have One of the Few Remaining Tit Tar Masters Worldwide

“Always try low risk Tit Tar or Modern Chiropractic before risking expensive and potentially damaging surgeries. If you don’t experience immediate pain relief in 1 to 3 treatments, you will not pay.”

Erik Leong
World-Renowned Tit Tar Master
RMIT University Melborne, Austrailia
Human Movements & Biomechanics Expert
Over 30 years experience