Successfully completed the 18th Internship Program of the 'KoBaMA'
Steady Growth and Setting the Standard in Manual Therapy and Prolo Injection Therapy
The Korea Balance Medical Association (aka 'KoBaMA') announced the successful conclusion of its six-week internship program for non-surgical pain treatment education on the 18th.
KoBaMA's six-week internship program sets a new standard in the field of manual therapy and prolo injection therapy, which are indiscriminately offered as innovative programs that can help doctors face many external challenges and differentiate their practice.
The curriculum of the internship program is composed of theory and practice to cover the theoretical basis and practical application of 'Balance Medicine', and in addition to detailed theoretical lectures, more than six academic directors and executives of KoBaMA participate as assistant lecturers to provide systematic practical training.
Starting with the first internship program in August 2018, the 18th internship program has been held so far, and more than 180 doctors have completed the course.
"We must work together to usher in a new era of medical excellence in Korea, and the completion of the 18th Internship Program is not only a celebration of academic achievement, but also a testament to the progressive approach of modern medicine," said Dr. Seung-Mo Yoo, Honorary President of 'KoBaMA'.
"All participating doctors have earned recognizable credentials in the fields of manual therapy and prolo injection therapy for their outstanding skills and dedication," said Dr. Seung-Mo Yoo, Honorary President.
'KoBaMA' provides doctors who have completed the internship program with a pain sign board that displays LEDs on the ganglia and can be operated by remote control to make it easier for patients with pain to understand their symptoms, a certification plaque and certificate to recognize their efforts, and a paintbrush case with the detailed drawings of Chusa Kim Jung Hee.
'KoBaMA' looks forward to continuing its pioneering advancements in the field of balance medicine and providing patients with a brighter, more balanced, and higher quality of care through this internship program.
Dr. Seung-Mo Yoo, Honorary President of 'KoBaMA', said, "With our dedication and hard work in integrating complementary and alternative medicine methods with modern medical practices, we promise a brighter outlook for patient care."