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Medical researchers from Rush University Medical Center paid a visit to Jaseng Hospital

by Jaseng Hospital ,  Jaseng News | 2012-05-04

Medical researchers from Rush University Medical Center paid a visit to Jaseng Hospital on April 17th for the duration of three days, combining Jaseng’s Chuna medicine and MSAT treatment with American medicine. The university’s spine center under the orthopedic department is one of the top 10 medical centers in the US. Medical staff from this centre also work as team doctors for the Chicago Bulls (NBA) and the Chicago White Sox (MLB).

The visiting staff studied research results from the ‘Cartilage protection effect of Chuna medicine’, which Jaseng published on the international academic journal ‘eCAM’ regarding levels of SCI. They also wanted to find ways to apply Jaseng’s treatment in American medicine. Dr. Di Chen, the director of the Biochemistry Research Department at Rush University Medical Center, and Dr. Sampen, also from the department, learned about Jaseng’s spine treatment results: anti-inflammatory effects, nerve regeneration effects and cartilage protection effects. They also paid a visit to Jaseng’s herbal medicine dispensary which has a state of the art automatic system equivalent to production standard of pharmaceuticals.

As well as these observances, Dr. Young, director of the Rush University Medical Center Rehabilitation Center and Dr. Gauthier, director of the Rush University Medical Center Integrating Medicine Center, observed MSAT treatment’s rapid effects on spine and joint problems. On the completion of his three day visit, Dr. Young stated he was amazed by Jaseng’s non-surgical treatment’s system and he especially feels that Jaseng elevates the treatment efficiency by giving assurance of full recovery based on scientific data and emotional interchange.

Delegates from the Rush University Medical Center will study Jaseng’s treatment effects to accommodate the US’s needs, which are to reduce pain with no side effects.

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