Introduction to Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture
Instructor: Dr. Song, Jeong Hwa (PhD, KMD)
Dr. Jeong Hwa Song created a new method for facial rejuvenation and face lifting in 1999, she is currently President of Korean Facial Rejuvenation Association and is specialized in facial rejuvenation and facial lifting through acupuncture.
Facial rejuvenation acupuncture (Facial Acupuncture for Charm and Elegance, FACE) is a Korean style acupuncture treatment developed through continuous experiments.
The special features of Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture are, first of all, it is a painless, non-surgical method of reducing the signs of the aging process, and it also helps to improve muscle tone and dermal contraction especially in the face and neck. Healthy facial coloring can be restored and Habitual expressions resulting from stress are transformed, resulting in a remarkably younger, calmer, and less worn-looking face.
The method has been developed and used since 1999. It has been introduced to China, USA, Europe (France, Greece, Italy) and Taiwan through numerous lectures by Dr. Song K.M.D.. However, it is very important to know its exact effects and how to maximize the desirable results. To convince the patients of its sure effects, it may be a good approach to apply the FACE method to only a half of face first time and let them decide by themselves whether they feel the difference, and let them come back afterwards. The FACE method is also effective for Bell’s palsy and its related symptoms too.
You could find out more works by Dr. Song @ https://www.faceseoul.com.
Adjunct Professor Kyung-Hee Korean Medical University
President Facial Acupuncture for Charm and Elegance (FACE), Korea
Executive Director Society for Fine Fertility Treatment (SOFT)
1983 Graduated from Kyung-Hee Korean Medical University; Degree K.M.D.
2008 – 2012: Lectures at the Japan Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, at the AAAOM
Lectures at Taipei China Medical University, China Medical Association of Acupuncture
Publications: Essence of FACE (2013), Sinwon Medical Publishing Company
2 NCCAOM PDAs Awarded
When: November 13th, 2017, MONDAY
Where: Pacific College of Oriental Medicine 110 William Street 19th Floor New York, New York 10038
Fee: $60 for practitioners / Free for OM Students w/ valid ID