Radiology and Imaging

  • Ultrasound Breast
  • Ultrasound Pelvis
  • Ultrasound Carotid Arteries
  • Ultrasound Prostate

Cancer Screening


Breast Cancer is the most common cancer amongst Singaporean women. Regular screening and early detection is important in improving outcome and survival.

Screening Methods:

Screening should start at age 40

  • Breast mammogram and/or ultrasound as well as breast examination.
  • Breast thermography is another form of breast screening and is available in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Australia, UK, USA, Korea and Japan.
  • Genetic testing for BRCA1 & BRCA2


Cervical cancer is the 9th most common cancer in Singaporean women and can be treated more effectively if detected early. Up to 70 -80% of all cervical cancers are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) which a woman is at risk of once becoming sexually active.

Screening Methods:

  • Papsmear – A papsmear test looks for early or precancerous changes in the cervix which can lead to cervical cancer. It is recommended to be done at age 25 years and above or once you are sexually active.
  • HPV DNA test – Delphi Screener

The Human papillomavirus (HPV) has been linked to 70%-80% of all cervical cancers. Testing for the presence of HPV is important in the screening process for cervical cancer.

Food Allergy Test


Allergies unknown to us compromises our immunity

Without doing formal screening for our allergies, we are kept in the dark about what food we should avoid. Statistics reveal that a large number of people are gluten and lactose intolerant, unbeknownst to them. This means that, if we continue to ingest food we are allergic to, our immune systems are working in overdrive to compensate for combating these allergies.

Little by little, they chip away at our immune systems and manifests itself in the form of rashes, indigestion, bad skin and the list goes on.

Mineral and Heavy Metal Analysis

Minerals are essential for countless metabolic functions in our body. For example magnesium is required for normal muscular function, zinc is involved in the production and secretion of insulin and potassium is crucial for nutrient supply to our cells. As a result, they have a great deal to do with the health of our bodies. By analyzing mineral imbalances in the body, one can learn a lot about the causes and correction of hundreds of common physical and mental health conditions.



  • Chromium
  • Copper
  • Iron
  • Manganese
  • Selenium
  • Zinc
  • Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Calcium / Magnesium Ratio
  • Zinc / Copper Ratio

Toxic Minerals

  • Mercury
  • Arsenic
  • Cadmium
  • Lead

Blood Analysis

General Blood Screening Test

 Haematology  Liver Function
  •  Haemoglobin
  •  Total Protein
  • Total Red Cells
  • Albumin
  • Total White Cells
  • Globulin
  • Different Count
  • Total Bilirubin
  • Platelets
  • Alkaline Phosphatase
  • ESR
  • Gamma GT
  • Haematological Indices
    (MCV, MCH, MCHC)
  • SGPT (ALT)
  • Blood Group
  • SGOT (AST)
  • Peripheral Blood Film
  • Albumin/Globulin Ratio
Hepatitis Profile
  •  HBs Antigen
  •  HAV IgG Antibody
  •  HBs Antibody
  •  HCV IgG Antibody

Female Full Comprehensive Blood Test

 Haematology  Liver Function
  •  Haemoglobin
  •  Total Protein
  • Gamma GT
  • Total Red Cells
  • Albumin
  •  SPGT (ALT)
  • Total White Cells
  • Globulin
  •  SGOT (AST)
  • Different Count
  • Total Bilirubin
  • Albumin/Globulin Ratio
  • Platelets
  • Alkaline Phosphatase
  • ESR
  • Hepatitis Profile
  • Haematological Indices
    (MCV, MCH, MCHC)
  • HBs Antigen
 HAV IgG Antibody
  • Blood Group
  •  HBs Antibody
 HCV IgG Antibody
  • Peripheral Blood Film

Hormone Evaluation

Full Female Hormonal Screening Profile

*Subject to Doctor’s Request

T3 Concentration Progesterone
Free T4 Cortisol
Luteinizing Hormone Total Testosterone ( Immu / SI )
Estradiol Insulin*

Full Male Hormonal Screening Profile

*Subject to Doctor’s Request

T3 Concentration Cortisol
Free T4 IGF1
FSH Free Androgen Index
Luteinizing Hormone Total Testosterone ( Immu / SI )
Estradiol Insulin*
Progesterone SHBG ( DPCImmulite )
Free Testosterone*

Chronic Disease Prevention

“We do not die of aging, we die due to diseases of aging namely cancers, diabetes, hypertensive disorders and related cardiovascular diseases (heart attack, stroke) and autoimmune diseases. If we can delay their onset or prevent them we will achieve our goal of our objective.” — Dr. Cecil Wong


Our doctors can tailor a therapy and lifestyle program best suited for you in order to optimize your health.

At La Clinic our focus is not just on disease management but also disease prevention. we aim to help you in preventing the onset of common chronic diseases such as:

  • high blood pressure
  • high cholesterol
  • diabetes and obesity (which can lead to heart attack and stroke)

We provide a comprehensive screening program in the form of laboratory tests and detailed physical examination.

Metabolic Adjustment

What is Metabolic Syndrome?

Metabolic Syndrome is used to describe the presence of several medical conditions, namely high levels of bad cholesterol, low levels of good cholesterol, high blood pressure, excess fat in the stomach area and high blood sugar.

This deadly combination of conditions can have very catastrophic health outcomes, such as increased risk of:
– Diabetes
– Cardiovascular Diseases

Causes of Metabolic Syndrome?

1) Sedentary lifestyle has increases risk

2) Diets high in simple carbohydrates (sugars)

3) Genetic predisposition

Treatment in the Form of Prevention & Balancing

We aim to target your treatment by balancing your risk factors through:

– Optimizing cholesterol profile
– Weight management
– Stabilizing sugar levels

Nutritional Supplementation

“We are what we eat and what we don’t eat” –Dr. Cecil Wong


Vitamin and mineral deficiencies can impair the body’s ability to heal and protect itself.

Whether you are looking to reduce the effects of stress on your body, support bone or joint health, or simply want to ensure optimal nutrition the right combination of formulas, taken at the right levels, will help you experience the results you’re after.

At our clinic we carry a wide range of nutritional supplements from Xymogen to cater to your specific needs. Our doctors can advise you on which formulas are best suited for you.

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Why are Hormones Important?

Hormones control almost every aspect of our body’s functions. In women and men, hormone imbalances occur from age 30. By age 50, we may have lost approximately 50% of the hormones we had at the peak of our health.

As hormones act as messengers to every cell in our body, its imbalance and decline in levels can lead to a multitude of symptoms such as (but not limited to):
– Skin aging
– Fatigue
– Anxiety
– Mood swings
– Weight gain
– Sleep problems
– Memory decline
– Lowered libido

More importantly, risks of aging and degenerative diseases increases such as (but not limited to):
– Heart diseases
– Dementia
– Osteoporosis

It is important to understand that Hormone Replacement Therapy is not just for hot flashes, sweating or mood swings – rather it is important for healthy aging and general health.