By Feature Editor Lee Sam-sun with Ms. Sua Kim
Dr. Baek Byoung-Chan (doctor of Oriental Medicine) is a noted acupuncture therapy doctor in Korea who has decades of experience in the art of curing patients with Oriental needles in Korea and around the world, especially in the Republic of Philippines.
As indicated in the book of Author Kim Suk-bong entitled “New Edition of Noted Korean Doctors” (pages 297-343), Doctor Baek treats many patients with acupuncture, sometimes as many as over 100 a day as part of his missionary work.
Dr. Baek was born to a noted family of Oriental medicine and Chinese Literature School, and started learning Hanmun (Chinese classic and characters) the Oriental medicine at the age of five and started using acupuncture at the age of nine. Dr. Baek has been practicing acupuncture for the past 37 years since he inherited the skills named Bigeum Saengbeop from his father.
Dr. Baek is also the holder of a world record for ‘fast fist’ from the Challenge Korean Movement Headquarters received on July 7, 2018 and for his ability to use the longest sword in Korea, which is 202 centimeters long and weighs 4.6 kilograms. It is twice as long as the Nipponto (or Japanese Sword). A certificate proves that the sword weighs five times that of the Japanese sword.
There are many examples of treatment given by Dr. Baek:
Ms. Lim Dong-Shim, leukemia patient kept discharging blood due to hemorrhoids, liver cancer, and esophageal cancer. He received a blood transfusion 52 bags in both arms at Gunsan Medical Center, but his red blood count was 700. And he nearly died. When he got gold acupuncture, his bloody discharge was stopped immediately and he recovered his senses. When his red blood count reached 3,000, he could have a normal sex life.
Ms. Seo Suk-Ja’s elder brother was sentenced to death that he would die within 90 days by the Seoul National University Hospital at the age of 72. Whenever he got gold acupuncture, he got better. He passed away when he was 80, but if he had met Baek Byung-Chan, he would have survived now. Mr. Baek, Byung-Chan ran a hospital at Tumen, Jilin Province, China and Ms. Seo Suk-Ja’s elder brother could not meet him then. It is available at email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baek Family’s Secret to the Seven Generations of Oriental Medicine authored by Baek: The first volume (theory edition) is a translated record of the treatment cases sent to Baek Byung-Chan. Mr. Han Sang-Man, an influential person during the Bush administration in the U.S. was a myeloma (leukemia) patient. An 80-year-old noted doctor in China was asked to treat him by the help of the National Intelligence Service of Korea, but no improvements.
Thus, at the recommendation of Korean-American Lee Jae-Won (honorary ambassador in Arkansas) appearing in this book, Baek Byung-Chan went to him for treatment. Whenever he was treated, he got better. On the day when he got gold acupuncture, he liberated from any pain. He could sleep in peace. He could climb Odae-san mountain then. He also could participate in the first inaugural ceremony of Shinzo Abe, Japan’s prime minister as special envoy of the U.S. by the request of the U.S. White House and immediately went over to the U.S.
Baek Byoung-Chan obtained a medical doctor’s license (Doctor of Oriental Medicine) from PITAHC (Philippine Institute of Traditional and Alternative Health Care). He treated a stroke patient who lied on the bed for twenty three years and whose urine and feces were cleaned by an old Chinese Filipino. Now, he can walk alone in the downtown area of Manila, the Philippines. Korean - American Lee, Jae-Won, honorary ambassador in Arkansas who was a translator in the Philippines then is a witness. Tel number is 010-9252-5657.
Mr. Ahn, Young-Gyu, who was born in 1953 and graduated from Seoul National University was just waiting for him to die as a human vegetable at San Paolo Hospital near Cheongnyangni Station. But when he got gold acupuncture by Baek, Byung-Chan, his arms and legs began to move at first and finally rose to his feet and walked. He even talks. This is well known to Whimoon High School and Seoul National University alumni. Mr. Lee, Seong-Gu who introduced Baek, Byung-Chan is a witness (tel number 010-7233-7231).
Mr. Baek did not get pay at all. Mr. Ahn, Young-Gyu, then-human vegetable had no money to pay for the hospital bills. Thus Whimoon High School and Seoul National University alumni collected money to treat him. So Mr. Baek bought gold although it was too expensive. And he treated him for free 100%. He cured almost all diseases including various cancers, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, sciatic neuralgia, various kinds of arthritis, and even unknown malignant neuralgia... Dont’ you think that we ought to grant him a Nobel Prize?
A 70-year-old Parkinson patient, Heo Nyeon got acupuncture 300 times by Baek, Byung-Chan. It was proven that he was no Parkinson disease any longer by Hundai Asan Hospital. He was a Parkinson disease patient who was introduced to me by Mr. Gang, Seok-Jung, a doctorate in Oriental Medicine who ran Samsindang Herbal Medicine Shop, Bucheon Samgeori. In fact, Dr. Baek discloses that he started applying acupuncture when he was 9 years old, and kept doing the same for 55 years.
“But medical accident is 0%,” states Dr. Baek. He states: “I cured incurable diseases only that were not treated by doctors in hospital. To receive a treatment from me, a diagnostic certificate of incurable disease is required first. My principle of operation is to treat incurable diseases who are just waiting to die even during the treatment process or those who wrote a memorandum that they would not claim for any damages, civil or criminal.”
Dr. Baek was born to a noted Korean Oriental medicine doctor family in Chungcheongnam-do Province in the mid-western region of Korea and, as was briefly mentioned earlier, started studying Hanmun (Chinese classic) at the age of five and started practicing acuputure Oriential needle thearapy at the age of nine.
According to suggestions presented by Aligned Modern Health dated March 15, 2016, acupuncture reduces stress, back pain, and various other ailments, as shown below:
Reduces stress: Stress is one of the top reasons people seek acupuncture treatment. Whether it be demands from our job or personal pressures we place on ourselves, nearly 77% of us admit that we experience the physical symptoms of stress. While work is a major trigger, acupuncture has been proven to lower stress hormones and moderate mood to reduce anxiety and improve overall feelings of happiness.
Reduces pain in the back, neck, joints, hands and arms: Keyboards, heavy backpacks, cell phones, and poor posture are just a few of the culprits that create the type of pain that penetrates into our workday and keeps us up at night. Acupuncture provides drug-free pain relief while also reduces swelling and inflammation.
Acupuncture needles: Acupuncture needles are hair-thin and flexible, which means you hardly feel them when inserted.
Relief from headaches: Acupuncture has been used to treat headaches for thousands of years. Recent studies have shown that acupuncture can reduce days with migraines and may have lasting effects. With the most common side effects being a sense of euphoria and relaxation, acupuncture is a choice treatment for those seeking a less invasive, drug-free option.
Reduces eye strain: Acupuncture can relive eye strain that is often connected to neck tension. Acupuncture also treats many eye ailments including myopia (short-sightedness), hypermetropia (long sightedness), cataract, glaucoma, presbyopia, astigmatism, amblyopia (lazy eye), diplopia, color blindness, and night blindness.
Improves immune system and reduces sick days: Acupuncture can help fight off pathogens by boosting the body’s immune system. Acupuncture treatment can also reduce the duration of a cold and relieve debilitating symptoms that keep you feeling miserable and away from work.
Enhances mental clarity and increases energy: Acupuncture patients report enhanced mental clarity and often experience a surge of increased energy. Improved sleep is additional benefit, which is why acupuncture is used to treat sleep disorders like insomnia.
Offers relief from digestive conditions: The link between digestive health and overall health is inescapable. Acupuncture can effectively regulate the digestive system, which is good news for those plagued by gastrointestinal problems.
Allergy relief: Acupuncture can be key in preventing allergies but it is important to being treatments to strengthen your body before allergy season begins. Acupuncture may also reduce allergy symptoms and can be used in place of or in conjunction with antihistamines.
Reduces cigarette craving: Acupuncture can be effective in the road to quitting or reducing smoking habits. In addition to helping ease jitters, curb cravings, and lessen irritability, it also promotes lung tissue repair while increasing relaxation and detoxification in the body.
Fewer injuries on the body due to repetitive strain: Repetitive stress injuries are some of the most common job-related injuries and can lead to a high number of days away from work. Acupuncture is effective in treating repetitive stress injuries and can eliminate the need for surgery or drugs.
Acupuncture, according to Wikipedia, is a form of alternative medicine in which thin needles are inserted into the body. It is a key component of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). TCM theory and practice are not based upon scientific knowledge, and acupuncture is a pseudoscience. There is a diverse range of acupuncture theories based on different philosophies, and techniques vary depending on the country. The method used in TCM is probably the most widespread in the United States. It is most often used for pain relief, though it is also used for a wide range of other conditions.
Acupuncture is believed to have originated around 100 BC in China, around the time The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine (Huangdi Neijing) was published, though some experts suggest it could have been practiced earlier. Over time, conflicting claims and belief systems emerged about the effect of lunar, celestial and earthly cycles, yin and yang energies, and a body's "rhythm" on the effectiveness of treatment. Acupuncture spread first to Korea in the 6th century AD, then to Japan through medical missionaries, and then to Europe, starting with France. In the 20th century, as it spread to the United States and Western countries, the spiritual elements of acupuncture that conflict with Western beliefs were sometimes abandoned in favor of simply tapping needles into acupuncture points.
Auriculotherapy, commonly known as ear acupuncture, auricular acupuncture, or auriculoacupuncture, is considered to date back to ancient China. It involves inserting needles to stimulate points on the outer ear. The modern approach was developed in France during the early 1950s.
Hand acupuncture, developed in Korea, centers around assumed reflex zones of the hand. Medical acupuncture attempts to integrate reflexological concepts, the trigger point model, and anatomical insights (such as dermatome distribution) into acupuncture practice, and emphasizes a more formulaic approach to acupuncture point location.
Cosmetic acupuncture is the use of acupuncture in an attempt to reduce wrinkles on the face.
Bee venom acupuncture is a treatment approach of injecting purified, diluted bee venom into acupoints.
According to Aligned Health in Chicago, USA, acupuncture can increase the people’s chances of workplace success and offers many benefits to boost your productivity. Acupuncture may also reduce the physical and emotional impacts of an unhealthy or stressful work environment.
The Aligned Modern Health in Chicago helps professionals do their best by feeling their best! they offer a range of natural treatments to combat stress and chronic pain. Here are suggestions from the AMH:
Your health and wellbeing aren’t priorities that are exclusive to hours outside of your workspace. Health is a round-the-clock job that is linked to both your happiness and productivity. This is why the most successful people commit to promoting their own health and healing underlying pain or conditions that inhibit daily tasks. At Aligned Modern Health we help professionals across Chicagoland achieve their best by feeling their best and resolving underlying pain and stress.
Employees and employers alike are tapping into strategies for a healthier workplace that include specialized services like acupuncture which offers many benefits that extend beyond the office.