Asia-Pacific Research Center for Integrated Medicine
Providing leadership and unity in research development of integrated medicine
in Asia-Pacific countries.
& Research Collaborators
Prof. Dae Kim, MD, PhD
Wessex Endocrine Center, UK
Spire Portsmouth Hospital, UK
Mr. Terence McSweeney, DO
Swansea University, UK
Mr. Thibault Schula, DO
Collge of Sutherland, France
Prof. Sungjae Lee, MD, PhD
Integrate Medical Center,
Korea University Hospital, Korea
Prof. Bumchul Yoon, PT, PhD
Applied Neuro-dynamic Laboratory,
Korea University, Korea
Prevention and Rehabilitation
Paediatrics & Immunology
Recent Research Presentation
Oral Presentation, 5th Asia-Pacific Conference on Public Health, Seoul (2014)
Oral Presentation, International Congress of Osteoapthy, Milan (2013)
Recent Guest Speaking
Guest speaker, Research Conference of The Korean Research Pain Society (2013)
Guest speaker, The 55th Scientific Meeting of The Korean Pain Society (2012)
Guest speaker, Research Conference of The Korean Research Pain Society (2012)
'The Best Research Presentation', Award of the Minister of The Ministry of Health and Welfare, 2013
Our research is constantly evolving so please contact us if you have an interest in an area not specifically mentioned here.
APRCIM research projects
At the Asia-Pacific Research Center for Integrated Medicine (APRCIM) providing leadership and unity in research development of integrated medicine in Asia-Pacific countries, we are currently focused on several broad research areas either independently or in co-operation with other professionals, bodies or colleagues around the world.
Spinal surgery and following post-operative rehabilitation with osteopathic manipulative treatment.
Use of integrated medicine for women with early-stage breast cancer
Multi-countries project: Low back pain and osteoapthic treatment
Recent Journal Publications
Kim et al. (2014). Rehabilitation with osteopathic manipulative treatment after lumbar disc surgery: A randomized, controlled pilot study.
International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine. Published online.
Kim et al. (2014). Early individualised manipulative rehabilitation without activity restrictions following lumbar open laser microdiscectomy improves
early post-operative functional disability.
Journal of Back and Muscular Rehabilitation. Accepted manuscript.
Kim et al. (2015). Forest trip as an adjuvant anti-cancer therapy for
women with breast cancer to enhance NK cell activation.
European Journal of Integrative Medicine. Under reviewing.