Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine (Medical Director Dr. Jinho Lee) welcomes international healthcare professionals intent on learning more about the leading non-invasive spinal treatments of Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine.
[Photo] Group photo of Jaseng International Clinic medical staff, international healthcare professionals, and members of Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine (KIOM)
Healthcare professionals from the US, China, Japan, and Australia experience the exceptional Chuna manual therapy of Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine
On November 12th, a multinational group of international healthcare professionals visited Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine. The group consisted of 13 international healthcare professionals including physicians and traditional medicine experts from the US, China, Japan, and Australia. After attending the ‘International Meeting for ISO Traditional Medicine Technical Committee’ held by Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine (KIOM), the group visited Jaseng to experience the excellence of Korean medicine and its medical system in treatment of spinal disorders. The visit to Jaseng consisted of an introduction and tour of the hospital facilities including Korean medicine treatment facilities and Jaseng International Clinic, where the group was able to gain in depth knowledge and insight into the principles, effects, evidence, and academic achievements of Korean medicine.
In particular, the group showed great interest in the treatment cases of musculoskeletal disorders such as lumbar disc herniation and spinal stenosis using non-invasive techniques. The need for swift and effective pain relief with fewer side effects is growing with the steep increase in musculoskeletal disorder prevalence. The group was keen to learn more about Korean medicine treatment, and requested firsthand experience of Korean medicine treatments such as Chuna manual therapy.
Launching of Jaseng training program for Russian physicians as a selected participating provider for the ‘Korean Medicine Globalization Support Project’ of the Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare
Recently, Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine was selected as one of the participating providers for the ‘Korean Medicine Globalization Support Project’ led by the Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare and Korea Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI). As part of the project, Jaseng conducted a specialized training program on Korean medicine for Russian physicians from November 25th to December 12th over a period of 3 weeks. Russian neurology specialists took courses at Jaseng on non-invasive Korean medicine treatments for spinal disorders including Chuna manual therapy, motion-style acupuncture treatment (MSAT), and one-stop integrative care encompassing Korean and conventional medicine, along with shadowing and observation of actual Korean medicine practice.
[Photo] Dr. Ha-Neul Kim, Director of Jaseng International Clinic, is conducting a clinical demonstration of Chuna manual therapy.
“There has been a multitude of inquiries from international physicians requesting visits to learn more about Korean medicine treatment,” comments Dr. Ha-Neul Kim, Director of Jaseng International Clinic. “We will do our best to provide a high quality, high caliber training program for international healthcare professionals passionate about patient care and intent on learning more about Korean medicine treatments.
Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine will continue its efforts in contributing to the promotion of the global Korean medicine K-wave as the leading medical institution working towards globalization of Korean medicine.