YCK pain


We specialise in treating chronic muscle and joint pain in your back, knees, neck, shoulders, wrist, elbow, hips, ankles, feet and other ligament, tendon and muscle strains.



Our treatment strives for comprehensive long-term recovery for all our patients, not just the temporary relief you get from current alternatives for pain treatment.



Physiotherapy alone is not sufficient to provide effective, fast and long-term results in our experience. Neither are alternatives like chiropractic, massage, osteopathy or painkillers for chronic conditions. This is one reason why there are so many alternative treatments out there in the market – pain is a worldwide medical issue that is not adequately served by current options.



Only found at YAPCHANKOR, the formula for our medicine is used to reduce pain and inflammation, and to expedite the body’s healing processes. The formula was developed over centuries by Chinese physicians to treat physical injuries such as those from kung fu and other martial arts.

Additionally, our trained and certified physiotherapists will provide a professional assessment and diagnosis of your condition, and proceed to apply the appropriate physiotherapy modalities, with an emphasis on hands-on methods and a home exercise program to improve your functional abilities. Every treatment session lasts at least 45 minutes on average.


We care a lot about our patients. Our therapists are friendly, passionate about healing, and extremely caring. Nothing is more satisfying to us than to see our patients regain their quality of life after our treatment. 

Treatment & Care Information

Pain in an area of your body may be sudden or constant, mild or debilitating.
Learn more about what type of problem you’re suffering from.

Back Pain

Knee Pain

Shoulder Pain

Neck Pain

Ankle Pain

Wrist & Hand Pain

Elbow Pain

Hip Pain


back pain

Low back pain usually involves muscle spasm of the supportive muscles along the spine. Also, pain, numbness and tingling in the buttocks or lower extremity can be related to the back.


Acute back pain is a brief episode of pain that comes suddenly. Most acute back pain is due to mechanical causes, such as a strain or sprain, in which pain radiates from the spine and its supporting structures. The pain may spread to the buttocks, thighs or knees, and many sufferers also experience spasms. Mechanical back pain is generally more noticeable when flexing the back or lifting heavy objects.


Chronic, persistent back pain – When back pain persists beyond four to six weeks, further medical evaluation is required. This pain is often related to the spinal joints, discs or supporting muscles of the back. In rare cases, cancer or an infection is found.

knee pain

Your knee is the largest joint in your body. It is a complex mechanism made of bone, cartilage and ligaments. The cartilage in your knee acts as a cushion and gliding surface. When healthy, the cartilage keeps the bones in the joint from rubbing together. However, when the joint is affected by arthritis, the bones make contact and cause pain. Injuries, aging and degenerative conditions such as arthritis can cause the cartilage to break down.

shoulder pain

The shoulder joint is made up of bones held in place by muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Tendons are tough cords of tissue that hold the shoulder muscles to bones. They help the muscles move the shoulder. Ligaments hold the three shoulder bones to each other and help make the shoulder joint stable.


Many shoulder problems are caused by the breakdown of soft tissues in the shoulder region. Using the shoulder too much can cause the soft tissue to break down faster as people get older. Doing manual labor and playing sports may cause shoulder problems. Shoulder pain may be felt in one small spot, in a larger area, or down the arm.

neck pain

Neck pain is a common global problem, and affects 30-50% of the general population annually. 15% of the general population will further experience chronic neck pain (> 3 months) at some point in their lives.


There are many different reasons for developing neck pain. Not only can the pain be present in the neck itself, but symptoms such as headaches or pain, tingling, and/or numbness into the upper extremity, can be related to the neck.

ankle pain

The feet are made up of 26 bones and more than 33 joints arranged in columns and arches that vary in stiffness and flexibility. The back of the foot is made up of the heel bone and the ankle. The joint that holds them together allows the foot to move from side to side.


The heel is connected to the calf muscles in the lower leg by the Achilles tendon, which is the most important tendon for movement. The middle of the foot is made up of five bones. These form the arch of the foot. These bones are connected to the front and back of the foot by muscles and the arch ligament (the plantar fascia). They act as a shock absorber when we’re walking or running.


The front of the foot is made up of the toe bones, which are connected to five long bones by joints. The joints in the toes don’t move very much.

wrist & hand pain

Your hand is made up of 27 bones, including eight in the wrist (called carpals), five in the palm (called metacarpals) and 14 (called phalanges) that make up your fingers and thumb. The bones are held together by ligaments and two main sets of muscles and tendons: flexors (used to bend the thumb and fingers) that connect to the underside of the forearm, and extensors (used to straighten them out) and connect to the top of the forearm.


Hand and wrist pain has many causes. Here is a look at some of the most common causes, including those caused by injuries as well as diseases and other conditions.

elbow pain

Your elbow is a hinge joint between the radius and ulna of the forearm, and the humerus of the upper arm. The bones are held together by ligaments. The primary ligaments of the elbow are the medial collateral ligament (MCL) on the inside of the elbow and the lateral collateral ligament (LCL) on the outside. Several muscles surrounding the joint are responsible for movement. The tendons attach the muscle to the bone, the cartilage covers and protects the ends of the bones, and bursa sacs provide lubrication and protection around the joint. Elbow pain has many causes.

hip pain

Your hip is the largest ball-and-socket joint in your body. Wear and tear on the cartilage that cushions the movement of the hip bone in the socket is one of the common causes of hip pain. You may also feel pain near your groin, inside or outside of the hip joint, thigh, or buttocks depending on the cause of the problem. Besides injuries to the actual joint, inflammation around the structures of the hip joint may also be the source of the pain. Another possible cause is back pain radiating down to the hip area. It is best to have a doctor or physiotherapist assess your hip pain to determine the actual cause.

YAPCHANKOR | Muscle and Joint Pain Treatment Centre Malaysia

Innovative pain treatment using modern physiotherapy protocols together with proprietary, natural, non-invasive Chinese medicine that targets the root cause of muscle and joint problems like back pain, chiropractor, knee pain, osteoarthritis, frozen shoulders, ankle sprains and sports injuries.

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