Jaseng has welcomed international healthcare professionals to learn about the non-invasive spinal treatment of Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine.
[Photo] Taking a group photo of international healthcare professionals, officials of Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine (KIOM), and staff of Jaseng International Clinic.
Healthcare professionals from the US, China, Japan, and Australia, experienced Chuna manual therapy of Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine
On November 12th, a group of international healthcare professionals visited Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine. The group consisted of 13 international healthcare professionals including medical doctors and experts in traditional medicine from US, China, Japan and Australia. After attending ‘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 in the treatment of spinal disorders. The visit consisted of an introduction and tour of the hospital facilities including the Korean medicine treatment rooms and Jaseng International Clinic. Throughout the tour, the group was able to in depth learn about the principles, efficacy, and academic achievements of Korean medicine treatment.
In particular, the group showed great interest in the cases of treating musculoskeletal disorders such as lumbar disc herniation and lumbar spinal canal with non-invasive treatment. This is because the need of immediate treatment for pain-relief and with fewer side effects is growing as patients having musculoskeletal disorders is increasing.
Selected as the project provider for the ‘Korean Medicine Globalization Support Project’ led by the Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare to implement training program for Russian healthcare professionals
Recently, Jaseng has been selected as one of the project 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 a part of the project, Jaseng is planning to implement training program on Korean medicine for Russian healthcare professionals from 25th November to 12th December for 3 weeks. Russian professionals will take courses on non-invasive treatment for spinal disorders of Korean medicine at Jaseng such as Chuna manual therapy, MSAT, and one-stop integrative care of Korean and Conventional medicine while shadowing Korean medicine doctors.
[Photo] Dr. Ha Neul Kim, director of Jaseng International Clinic, is conducting clinical demonstration on Chuna manual therapy.
“There have been lots of international healthcare professionals coming to Jaseng to learn about the Korean medicine treatment,” said Dr. Ha Neul Kim, director of Jaseng International Clinic. “We will do our best to provide the training program of high quality for them who are passionate about patient care and Korean medicine treatment.”
Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine will make constant efforts to contribute to the promotion of global medical K-wave as the leading healthcare institution working for the globalization of Korean medicine.