Traditional eastern medicine has a recorded history that dates back five thousand years in history. The roots of traditional medicine began sometime during the prehistoric ages. Natural human instincts are the foundation for traditional medical techniques.
Acupuncture is a method of treatment using well-sterilized disposable needles to pierce the skin. Acupuncture needles were first made simply of stone and bone. Over the years, many other materials have been used to make needles, even precious metals such as gold and silver.
Acupressure is the method of applying pressure to acupuncture points with the hands, elbows or miscellaneous devices. This stimulates the area and promotes the body's internal healing mechanisms.
Herbal Medicine helps with various internal disorders, general health conditioning and internal cleansing. We use only the highest quality natural herbs available. Herbal medicine is unlike most of the chemical drugs used today in the West, which have many harmful side effects.
The importance of exercise is a well known concept in health maintenance. Exercise in the sense of good balanced exercise. What is good balanced exercise? Balance is the key word. Exercise is good, but too much or too little is harmful if not wasteful.
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The founder of OHTC Heathcare is Doctor of Eastern Medicine and martial arts Grandmaster Edward K. Song. The Gwanak and Jiri mountains of South Korea provided the ideal environment for the teaching and development of the Song family traditions. In the mountains of Korea and under the tutelage of his grandfather, Grandmaster Song, Keum Sool , Grandmaster Song gathered traditional herbs by hand and began to understand the applications of Nature at a very young age. Eastern medicine, as well as martial arts developed into an integral part of Dr. Song's early training. The Song family traditions were a solid foundation for the continued development of Dr. Song's academic and professional career. In addition to completing his Doctor of Eastern Medicine Degree in Korea, Dr. Song also achieved Doctorate Degrees in Physical Education, Traditional Medicine and Philosophy in Traditional Medicine. Dr. Song has formally practiced acupuncture and herbal medicine since 1974, first in Korea and since moving to the United States in 1981.