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Suffering from spinal problems? Having trouble with arthritis or need a joint replacement? Why not come to one of the finest medical centers in whole of Korea?
Gangnam Yonsei Sarang is a medical center specialized in helping patients with joint and spinal problems. Located in Seocho-gu part of Seoul, South Korea, they offer the expertise of their staff and their medical prowess along with some of the finest facilities that can be found in Asia.
With 15 years of experience, this clinic caters to patients of all ages, offering services like therapeutic rehabilitation, spinal care and surgery, as well as joint care and surgery. Encompassing an R&D center, the clinic constantly works on finding new ways to solve patients’ problems, and one of the results of such a work is the minimally-invasive total knee replacement using a 3D printer for the joint.
If you wish to find out more about Gangnam Yonsei Sarang hospital, or wish to get a FREE quote for a surgery or rehabilitation here, feel free to contact us!
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It has been less than three months since William had the (Placenta Stem Cell) implants and William has made more progress than he has in ten years.
When evaluated at FHC she did her best ever. Her progress since January till July 24th was 115%!!!!! Her growth rate since 2003 has never been over 60%. She showed her intellectual ability very convincingly when speedreading 30 pages in 1 minute and then being able to put 5 sequences from the first chapter written on 5 pieces of paper in the right order without help at all. The book was a book written for adults. She showed her math skills in the same way and there is no doubt any longer how bright she is. Now she shows it. Before the stem cell treatment it was very difficult for her to show it in an unfamiliar environment.
I have already beaten the odds. So to everyone reading this what's your story, and are you a believer in miracles? Because that's what Dr. Omar is, he's my miracle.
Steve was 55 years old, worked full-time as a heavy equipment operator and bridge foreman and farmed in his spare time. His vision had been deteriorating over time, but he blamed it on age and probable cataracts. After a scary instance of getting lost while driving after dark, he went to the doctor with the expectation of having cataract surgery and "fixing" his vision.