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MADI SHOULDER HOSPITAL is invited for lectures from around the world more than 10 times a year.

Dr. Kim Seung-Ho lectured at the Asia-Pacific Knee, Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Society.

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Dr. Kim Seung-Ho lectured at the Asia-Pacific Knee, Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Society.




 


Dr. Kim Seung-Ho of MADI SHOULDER HOSPITAL (photo) gave a lecture as an invited speaker to the 'First Conference' of Asia-Pacific Knee, 

Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Society (APKASS).

APKASS is a society that has grown in size from APOSSM in the past.

According to MADI SHOULDER HOSPITAL, Dr. Kim Seung-Ho will hold lectures at APKASS (APOSSM) conference held at 

the Nara Prefectural New Convention Center for two days from April 14th.


Dr. Kim Seung-Ho gave a lecture on the method of shoulder part treatment and the procedure of "rotator cuff tendon tear".

There is a special background that Dr. Kim Seung-Ho gave lectures in front of world-class orthopedic surgeons.

Dr. Kim Seung-Ho has been involved in international activities since he was a professor at Samsung Seoul Hospital.


Actually Dr. Kim Seung-Ho lectured at APOSSM for the first time in Korea in 2011. In addition, 

he has been giving lectures on shoulder disease several times at the Japanese Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons.


The Japanese Society of Orthopedic Surgery has been recognized by domestic orthopedic surgeons to compete to be announced and adopted.

In the 2008 edition of CAMPBELL'S OPERATIVE ORTHOPEDICS, also known as the Bible of Orthopedic Surgeons, 

Kim Seung-Ho's 12 papers have been quoted. This revision includes Dr. Kim Seung-Ho's research on the treatment of cartilage rupture, 

academic theory of shoulder instability (dislocation), surgical methods, and knotting were published.

Dr. Kim Seung-Ho said, "MADI SHOULDER HOSPITAL will continue to do research not only to treat patients 

but also to educate domestic and foreign doctors and to develop better diagnosis and treatment."