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“I attended Dr. Kim’s seminar in hopes of finding an alternative to having knee replacement surgery. I have knee pain only when walking for extended periods. I found seminar to be very informative.” – Barbara Brown, 63.
“I was excited about finding a solution without surgery. After he spoke, we had a great lunch and Dr. Kim mingled and talked with us. Very nice and felt right. It all seemed to make a lot of sense to me.” – Violet K. Rusch, 65.
What You Will Learn By Attending This FREE Seminar:
It’s a Drug-Free Approach
This natural, drug-free medical breakthrough for knee pain has put elite athletes back on their feet without surgery! You’ll find out if your condition is a good fit for this procedure and how to access it!
The Bad News About Physical Therapy
Knee pain isn’t always helped by physical therapy – it can actually make it worse! We’ll tell you why and what alternative you should be turning to instead.
The Truth About Corticosteroid Injections
Corticosteroid injections relieve pain and inflammation, but that’s not all they do. We’ll tell you what doctor’s refuse to say about these pain relief “solutions.”
At the end of the day, you’ll realize that Knee Pain Relief is possible without drugs or surgery!
That’s why we want you to take part in our INFORMATIVE seminar to REINVENT THE WAY YOU THINK ABOUT PAIN MEDICATION AND SURGERY. We want to share our own knowledge accumulated from study and experience and will be glad to hear any questions you have for us.
Dr. Kim is the founder and president of Progressive Rehabilitation Medicine which was established in Cedar Rapids, IA in 2005 with the mission of offering advanced non-surgical pain management solutions.
Dr. Kim originally grew up in NJ, attended college at Cornell University in NY, and received his medical degree from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.
Subsequently, he completed an internal medicine fellowship through John Hopkins University/Sinai Hospital in Baltimore and then his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) at Rutgers/Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation which is considered one of the top training programs for this medical specialty.
Dr. Kim served as academic chief resident in his final year of specialization where he gained invaluable insights into the complexity of healthcare systems.
Dr. Kim is board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is a Fellow of American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He has special interests in the non-surgical treatment of spine, sports and musculoskeletal pain conditions.
Dr. Kim Speaking In Front Of A Packed Seminar
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