Robert Seung Min Lee, D.C., L.Ac., LMT, RRT-NPS

Dr. Robert Seung Min Lee received his master’s degree at the New York College of Health Professions and was designated as an Honors student, which allowed him to stay and train as a resident for two years. After resident training, he remained at school for two more years as an Adjunct Professor and taught East Asian Medicine studies before opening his own clinic.

In the clinic, Dr. Lee has learned that the disruption in order and balance of the body can directly affect the quality of life and death. He found solutions to modern-day health problems by approaching internal imbalance with the wisdom of East Asian Medicine and regulating external imbalance with his knowledge of anatomical structures and bio-mechanisms. Especially in the treatment of pain, he realized that the inner and outer alignment and balance are crucial, and earned his Doctorate in Chiropractic.

Session(s)

Sports Korean Medicine – Alignment Acupuncture (2 PDA points)
Learn about Korean acupuncture for instant pain relief in sports and musculoskeletal disease. The course introduces Sports Korean Medicine (SKM), which integrates important principles and techniques from traditional Korean Medicine and western sports medicine to properly assess and diagnose orthopedic conditions and deliver efficient, effective treatments.  During this program, we aim to fully equip all our participants with the knowledge and the techniques considered to be non-invasive, human-centric, drug-free care providing instant relief by sharing our knowledge on how to manage all patients and athletes with musculoskeletal injuries. Practitioners can apply this method to all athletes and to the general public. The course focuses on anatomy and physiology of the body, along with the structural and functional alignments to fully understand the mechanism of sports and musculoskeletal injuries. The course will also cover the anatomy and physiology of the musculoskeletal system in depth.