Jaseng International Symposium 2018
Present and Future of Non-Surgical Treatment for Spine and Joint
- Spine and joint disorders including lower back pain takes a large burden of expenses for both individuals and social economy.
- Surgery used to be prevalent in the past but various non-surgical treatment including Korean medical treatment has been actively practiced recently.
- Via an international symposium, discussions on the present and future of clinical and research status of non-surgical spinal and joint treatment in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is necessary.
Date: 2018.03.04. Sunday
Attendees: Medical staff and expert researchers in spine, joint, and musculoskeletal disorders.
- Feb 21st – Dr. Cunningham, Director of Institute of International Health, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine visit on Gangnam Jaseng Hospital
- May 3rd – Jaseng Medical Foundation and the American Osteopathic Association will sign a Memorandum of Understanding to foster a partnership between the two institutions
- April 3rd – Dr. Cipolla, Assistant Professor, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine visit on Gangnam Jaseng Hospital
- June 26th – Dr. Rae Silver, a Columbia University faculty member, visits Gangnam Jaseng Hospital to consult with Jaseng regarding their plans for writing a review article and discuss the possibility of a Jaseng Hospital and Columbia University collaboration
- June 30th – Medical and Undergraduate students from Michigan State University visit Gangnam Jaseng Hospital to observe Korean medical treatments for spinal disorders, including MSAT and Shinbaro Pharmacopuncture