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Thanks for visiting our new website. When back and body pain start taking over your life, we understand that making the right decisions for your well-being can be a challenge of its own. Congratulations on taking the first step in the right direction!

What really makes SPiNEWORKS so different is that we recognize just how unique you are. Your back pain is your own, it shouldn't be treated or managed like anyone else who suffers from similar back problems.


Your posture is unique too! There is no 'Perfect Posture’, rather every one of us has our own zone of posture balance that works best just for each of us. Our goal is to help you find it once again.

It doesn’t matter how old you are, how big or small, our chiropractic and posture care programs are designed to meet you where YOU are so you can take your posture and spinal health to where they need to go, never where they shouldn’t be.


On your first visit to SPiNEWORKS, our team will explain how chiropractic care works and give you a full evaluation to see if
our chiropractic solutions are a good fit for you. We then customize your care plan and work together to help you reach your goals.

To learn more about Chiropractic, watch The BiG IDEA video above. Don't forget to grab our FREE HEALTH REPORT on the many different conditions we treat at SPiNEWORKS.

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Book an appointment online, email us or call 603 5611 8811 to speak to our experienced team. We hope you enjoy our site information and share it with others. Thanks for visiting and remember to come back often!

"Bad posture isn't always your fault. Not doing something about it is." - dr barry kluner, doctor of chiropractic & CEO

SPiNEWORKS | your friendly neighbourhood chiropractors
+60 3 5611 8811 / +60 16 608 6488

Empire Shopping Gallery SOHO. Suite B-10-13A. Jalan SS16/1. 47500. Subang Jaya. Selangor. Malaysia

Is BAD POSTURE & BACK PAIN taking over your life? Find out if Chiropractic is right for you! Check your Posture, Check your Spine for RM99!

(regular RM299) expires 30 June 2018


Meet The Chiropractors

  • Dr.
    Barry Kluner
    Chiropractor & CEO
    Dr. Barry Kluner is a licensed Chiropractor from Canada. Having worked in Malaysia since 2001, he has played an integral role in introducing Malaysians to the benefits of better posture and better health through chiropractic care and beyond.
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  • Dr.
    Newell Tan
    Newell (NOO-wull) Tan is a multi-lingual Chiropractor graduating with honors from International Medical University (the pioneer batch of Chiropractors from Malaysia and SE Asia). He completed his internship at IMU Healthcare,
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  • Dr.
    Jennyfer Soo
    Believing in 'The power that made the body heals the body' has inspired Dr Jennyfer to pursue her ambition in naturalhealthcare. An honors graduate from the pioneer batch of Chiropractors from International Medical University (IMU), Dr Jennyfer further pursued an intensive year of internship at IMU Healthcare,
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  • Dr.
    Yap Chun Ho

    Being an active sportsman and chiropractor at the same time, Dr.Yap emphasizes on body movement, quality of life, and wellness. He also provides and educates his clients on diet and nutrition management in order to improve their health.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr Kluner."
    LIM, YL / Subang Jaya, Malaysia, SDE

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