"Su Jok" Acupuncture

"Su Jok" is a Diagnostic Method that is developed by the South Korean scientist, Professor Park Jae Woo. In translation from Korean “Su” means a hand, “Jock” – foot. It’s a Diagnostic Method with using hands and feet, where hands and feet represent a smaller mirror image of the whole body structure that contains bio-energetic correspondence points of all organs and systems. This type of diagnostics is usually used for monitoring the ongoing therapy. The main aim of “Su-Jok” diagnostics is to find certain painful points of correspondence on the hand and foot (“Su-Jok” points), that will indicate the pathology of the disease.

With a large number of receptor fields, the hand and foot are associated with various parts of the human body. When a painful process occurs in the organs of the body, on the hands and feet, the associated with these organs painful points of "correspondence" are arised. By finding these points Reflexotherapist stimulates them with the help of needles, electrodes, magnets, moxas (heating sticks), a certain wave modulated light, seeds (biologically active stimulants) and other impact depending on the needs of the chosen treatment method, that can help the body to cope with the disease.

How does the technique work?

According to the doctrine of “Su – Jok”, the human body is associated by the diagnostician, as a single and indivisible energy structure, all the processes of which are closely and indivisibly united with each other. Any illness is an attempt to destroy such union.

Among other things, the treatment will be focused not only on the absolute elimination of symptoms, which often bother the patient, but also on the complete restoration of his energy structure, with the subsequent elimination of the root cause of the disease.

How is the diagnosis carried out?

Despite the huge number of computer techniques and modern technology, diagnostics in “Su – Jok” is carried out by using a stick or a needle. The point on the body at which the patient experiences the pain is a projection of the affected internal organ. After the root of the problem has been found, the system or organ is examined more detailed by the Specialist, which will help to get more detailed information and make a correct diagnosis.