Dr Siow Hua Chiang, CharlesConsultant Neurologist and Pain Specialist

Doctor Charles Siow has been a leading neurologist for the past fifteen years. He has been in practice in Singapore for the past ten years and enjoys improving the lives of people suffering from neurological disorders. Although Dr Siow covers all neurological areas, he is currently the President of the Singapore Headache Society and member of both Singaporean and International Neurological Associations. This gives Dr Siow a chance to be at the forefront of neurological practice and innovation. This enables him to provide patients who visit his centres the best possible care. His friendly manner and wide experience make him a popular doctor.


Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Awards and Honours

  • Merit Prize for ophthalmology research project entitled *Radial Keratotomy*.
  • AASH / Merck Clinical Fellowship Award for 2000
  • International Headache Congress travel award for poster *Hemiplegic Cluster* 2001

Board Certification

  • Diplomate of American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (Neurology)
  • Diplomate of American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology subspecialty qualification in Pain Medicine
  • Diplomate of American Board of Pain Medicine

Membership in Professional and Scientific Societies

President, Headache Society of Singapore
Secretary, Asian Headache Foundation
Executive Committee member, Pain Association of Singapore
Chairman, Singapore Ministry of Health Headache CPG committee
Executive Committee member, Asian
Member of American Headache Society
Member of International Headache Society
Member Singapore Medical Association
Member of American Academy of Neurology
Member of Pennsylvania Medical Society
Major teaching and Clinical Responsibilities

Curriculum vitae

July 1995 – June 1996
Housemanship in Medicine and Surgery at James Connolly Memorial Hospital, Ireland.

July 1996 – June 1997
Internship in Internal Medicine at Boston University Hospital, Massachusetts

July 1997 – June 2000
Residency in Neurology at Medical College of Virginia Hospitals, Virginia

July 2000 – June 2001
Headache Fellow at Jefferson Headache Center, Thomas Jefferson University, Pennsylvania

August 2001 – October 2003
Attending Neurologist, Dept of Neurology, Fellowship Director, Jefferson Headache Center, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

November 2003 – October 2006
Consultant, Department of Neurology, NNI (SGH campus)

November 2006 – Present
Consultant Neurologist, Mt Alvernia and Mt Elizabeth and Mt Elizabeth Novena Hospitals.

Lee Chin Ying, JulietNurse

Juliet Lee has been a registered nurse since 2001 and she has spent the past six years working in the areas of neurological pain relief. Juliet has cared for isolation patients and pre and post-surgery patients and now of course patients suffering from neurological disorders. With an advanced diploma in nursing from Nanyang Polytechnic and a degree in Health Science from the University of Southern Queensland, Juliet is well qualified in the areas of medical relief. In the Siow Neurology Headache and Pain centres Juliet administers the CBT programme and assists in operating treatments and helping doctors with various therapies.


Grace Yap has been a registered nurse since 2006 and has recently obtained a degree in Nurse Practice Development from the University of Northumbria in the UK. Following her nursing diploma, Grace started work in the High Dependency unit of Assunta hospital in Malaysia. In 2009 she moved to Singapore and has worked in Mount Elizabeth and Mount Elizabeth Novena in surgical and penthouse wards. She speaks English, Malay and Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese, Hakka).


Amy has been working in medicine since 1998. She has a full diploma with leading grades from Republic Polytechnic in Singapore in Pharmaceutical Science and has standard first aid qualifications. She is a professional in patient care and drugs administration. She enjoys travelling. Amy speaks English, Mandarin and other Chinese dialects.