New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - January 18, 2022) - Medical Group (NYMG) and Keiser University entered into a doctoral scholarship cooperation. The NYMG will endorse outstanding healthcare students to the United States to pursue a doctorate in chiropractic every year, and the Keiser University School of Medicine will provide scholarship funding. Eligible students will have guaranteed job placement at the EC Healthcare, Hong Kong's largest non-hospital group in providing pain management services after graduation.
"Hong Kong and China are the centers of high tech developers. There have been multiple clinical studies in Hong Kong, indicating that poor posture due to technology can cause microtrauma and stress in the upper back and neck area, and leads to pain and discomfort(1, 2, 3, 4), dizziness (5,6,7), numbness (8.9), gastrointestinal problems (10,11,12), and scoliosis (13,14,15)" Dr Eric Chun-Pu Chu, Chiropractic Doctors Association of Hong Kong said.
Keiser University, located in the southeastern state of Florida, is a comprehensive university in the Southern Regional Association of Colleges and Universities. The school provides professional chiropractic course training, and the doctoral program has been accredited by The Council on Chiropractic Education.
"NYMG, as the leading platform for chiropractors, is responsible for training a new generation of chiropractors. During the 40-month program, students will pass seminars, lectures, laboratory and practical courses, etc. Diversified learning, training and growing into an outstanding chiropractor. Graduates can go through rotations of 19 medical departments under NYMG, learning artificial intelligence medicine, advanced imaging diagnosis, and observe surgical procedures. They will be more proficient in the chiropractic department with Robotic technology," said Dr Steve Yun, director of education at NYMG-Kaiser Program.
Dr Steve Yun, Director of Education at NYMG-Kaiser Program
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In view of the fact that the medical schools in mainland China and Hong Kong are currently unable to provide specialized education related to chiropractic, this academic cooperation project not only provides a growth platform for talents, but also establish to further establish barriers to entry of talents in the industry, consolidate the Industry leadership.
Looking forward to the future, healthcare ecosystem will continue to strive to improve the competitiveness of talents in different specialty brand fields, and build a more complete closed-loop platform for big health, so that medical professionals can display their professional skills, and continue to grow through lifelong learning, bringing health to more people.
1) Chu ECP,. Atlantoaxial Rotatory Subluxation in a 10-Year-Old Boy. Clin Med Insights Arthritis Musculoskelet Disord. 2020 Jul 1;13:1179544120939069.
2) Chu ECP, Lo FS, Bhaumik A. Plausible impact of forward head posture on upper cervical spine stability. J Family Med Prim Care. 2020 May;9(5):2517-2520. doi: 10.4103/jfmpc.jfmpc_95_20. eCollection 2020 May.
3) Chu EC, Lo FS, Bhaumik A. Secondary atlantoaxial subluxation in isolated cervical dystonia-a case report. AME Case Rep. 2020;4:9. doi: 10.21037/acr.2020.03.03. eCollection 2020.
4) Chu ECP, Ng M. Long-term relief from tension-type headache and major depression following chiropractic treatment. J Family Med Prim Care. 2018 May-Jun;7(3):629-631.
5) Chu EC, Wong AY. Cervicogenic Dizziness in an 11-Year-Old Girl: A Case Report. Adolesc Health Med Ther. 2021 Nov 26;12:111-116.
6) Chu EC, Zoubi FA, Yang J. Cervicogenic Dizziness Associated With Craniocervical Instability: A Case Report. J Med Cases. 2021 Nov;12(11):451-454.
7) Chu ECP, Chin WL, Bhaumik A. Cervicogenic dizziness. Oxf Med Case Reports. 2019 Nov;2019(11):476-478. doi: 10.1093/omcr/omz115. eCollection 2019 Nov.
8) Chu ECP, Lin AFC. Neck-tongue syndrome. BMJ Case Rep. 2018 Dec 4;11(1). doi: 10.1136/bcr-2018-227483.
9) Chu ECP, Alleviating cervical radiculopathy by manipulative correction of reversed cervical lordosis 4 years follow-up. J Family Med Prim Care. 2021 Nov;10(11):4303-4306.
10) Chu ECP, Lee LYK. Cervicogenic dysphagia associated with cervical spondylosis: A case report and brief review. J Family Med Prim Care. 2021 Sep;10(9):3490-3493.
11) Chu ECP, Shum JSF, Lin AFC. Unusual Cause of Dysphagia in a Patient With Cervical Spondylosis. Clin Med Insights Case Rep. 2019 Dec 29;12:1179547619882707.
12) Chu EC, Butler KR. Resolution of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Following Correction for Upper Cross Syndrome-A Case Study and Brief Review. Clin Pract. 2021 May 21;11(2):322-326.
13) Pu Chu EC, Chakkaravarthy DM. Changes in radiographic parameters following chiropractic treatment in 10 patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: A retrospective chart review. Clin Pract. 2020 Sep 4;10(3):1258. doi: 10.4081/cp.2020.1258. eCollection 2020 Sep 4.
14) Pu Chu EC, Kai Huang KH. Bridging the gap between observation and brace treatment for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. J Family Med Prim Care. 2017 Apr-Jun;6(2):447-449.
15) Chu ECP, Huang KHK, Shum JSF. Lumbosacral transitional vertebra as a potential contributing factor to scoliosis: a report of two cases. Asia-Pac Chiropr J. 2020;1.1.
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