Su Jok Therapy was developed by South Korean scientist Professor Park Jae Woo and is based on his original theories as well as principles of traditional Eastern medicine. In Korean, Su Jok literally translates into Hand and Foot (Su means a hand and Jok means a foot). Acupuncture points on the hands and feet correspond to body structure and organ location and constitute a body micro system. Su Jok uses stimulation of these points to bring rapid and sometimes instant relief of symptoms connected with various pathological conditions, including pain and spasm.
Although it is practiced in many countries around the world, Su Jok has only recently been introduced to the U.S.A., where it is considered a form of alternative therapy. Anyone can learn Su Jok both health practitioners and laypeople alike -and share the benefits of this remarkable therapy with others.
Su Jok helps to eliminate pain and suffering quickly without medication. This technique is easy to learn and requires only acupressure tools.
Su Jok’s therapeutic benefits include:
It is no panacea, but Su Jok therapy helps alleviate human suffering in many conditions. You can use it to treat yourself or others.
Damir Galiev is an Alternative Medicine Specialist and Health Consultant (Russia), CMT (USA), Former Su Jok Academy Instructor and a student of Prof. Park Jae Woo, the originator of Su Jok Therapy. He is a member of the International Su Jok Therapy Association. He earned his medical degree in Russia as a Medical Doctor. Damir Galiev is not licensed in the State of California and not practicing medicine.
Damir Galiev presented Su Jok Therapy at the World Federation Acupuncture Society and Qi Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey in 1995, and the 4th International Acupuncture Conference in New York in 1996. He was invited as a guest speaker to the International Iridology Expo 2002 in San Marcos, California in June 2002. He currently works in a Medical Center in Benicia, CA.