This treatment was discovered by the Late Prof Park Jae Woo a Korean Scientist and Philosopher. Through his scientific works he developed a number of simple and effective systems of treatment, which have gained wide acceptance all over the world among doctors, practitioners and lay people alike. The medical profession in several countries have adopted Su Jok Ki to run alongside orthodox medicine, and in particular the Russians have carried out extensive testing in their hospitals to prove the effectiveness of this therapy.
Su Jok was Professor Park's first discovery. He saw the hand as a replica of the physical body and developed a unique and evolved system of natural health that simplifies complicated eastern therapies, but does not denigrate the effects of the treatment. The hands and feet are the only areas of the body that are treated, which makes it simple and safe to apply. The treatment can be carried out in many different ways to suit individual need, Professor Park was renowned for stating 'there is never just one way'.
Su Jok's uniqueness is in that it works extremely fast often giving instant relief, particularly when the condition is acute. Chronic conditions can also be treated easily and effectively. Su Jok can be administered as a stand-alone therapy or combined with any other discipline. Practitioners of any other therapy will find that combining Su Jok with their existing therapy will add a new dimension to the treatment, bringing about fast results that are often not possible with other techniques. Traditional acupuncturists, osteopaths, kinesiologists, reflexologists, Reiki Therapists, Bowen therapists, Shiatsu therapists, massage therapists etc. have added Su Jok to their profile and amplified their success rates.
How Su Jok Therapy is different to other therapies:
Relief from first session
No set protocol - all clients treated as individuals
Treatment can be adapted immediately if benefit not felt
No adverse effects
The advantage of this system is its simplicity, safety and efficiency. The speed of response is often dramatic. It employs no forbidden or dangerous points, and is therefore suitable for use by paramedics and laypersons for self-treatment.
Professor Park Jae Woo
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