Korean Hand Acupuncture

Korean Hand Therapy (KHT) is also called "Korean Sooji Chim", "Korean Hand Acupuncture" or "Soojichim". KHT theorizes that the hands are a micro-cosmos of the body. The function of the human body can be manipulated by stimulating the corresponding points on our hands. According to the theory of Korean Hand Therapy', there are 14 micro-meridians and 345 acupuncture points on our hands which regulate the internal organs of human body. These acupuncture points may be stimulated by using the following instruments: Hand Needles, Seoam Press-Pellets, Seaom Moxa, E-beam, Magnets, KHT Silver Ring, or Cyber Hand Therapy (mind vibration). Thus the physiological function of the entire body can be regulated by stimulating these acupuncture points on the hands. The theory of Korean Hand Therapy was first originated, studied and developed by The Korean acupuncturist, Dr. Tae Woo Yoo between 1971 and 1975. Since that time Korean Hand Therapy has spread to the public worldwide. Korean Hand Therapy is a scientific medical system that is quite simple to learn and easy to perform without any side effects or danger to the patient. If you are in pain or have a problem somewhere in your body, the reactions are reflected on the hands in the form of tender points. Pain commonly or frequently shown on the hands corresponds to the painful part of your body. Therefore, the stimulation of the tender points positively affects pain relief. WHAT IS IT? Korean Hand Therapy is a system for awakening the body to health and wellness through your hands. By stimulating specific points on your hands, you can resolve pain and balance internal organ function. KHT includes the reflexology level of treatment, similar in concept to the reflexology of the foot. The KHT reflex map of the hand was discovered in 1971 by Dr. Tae-Woo Yoo, O.M.D., Ph.D. in Korea and has been clinically and experimentally tested for accuracy. KHT also includes the entire acupuncture meridian energy system, but in miniature, on the hands.

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