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Dr. Jin Sung is a licensed Chiropractor serving the Methuen community.
Dr. Jin W. Sung has been in private practice for the past 20 years specializing in the management of chronic conditions both neurologically and metabolically. His first 7 years of private practice were spent in New York City where he developed a practice focusing on acute musculoskeletal injuries. In 2004 Dr. Sung moved to Massachusetts and opened Functional Chiropractic, Inc in Methuen Massachusetts with the goal of developing the most technologically advanced clinic for the management of spinal disc related disorders and chronic metabolic conditions. Functional Chiropractic, Inc currently offers an array of services which includes non surgical spinal decompression therapy, chiropractic, massage therapy and many different physiotherapies. We also focus on chronic metabolic conditions such as thyroid disorders, diabetes, peripheral neuropathy, irritable bowel syndrome and chronic pain. Dr. Sung's goal is to offer patients the highest quality care with the newest advances in medical technology.
Dr. Jin Sung has been freeing people from pain for last 19 years. As a Chiropractor with experience, Dr. Sung is committed to promoting optimal health and well being of patients.
Dr. Sung uses a "whole person approach". This approach to wellness means looking for underlying causes of any disturbance or disruption (which may or may not be causing symptoms at the time) and make whatever interventions and lifestyle adjustments that would optimize the conditions for normal function. Using this unique approach, Dr. Sung is able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health.
Dr. Sung's pursuit for clinical excellence has led him on a journey to seek out the best post-graduate programs available to the profession.
SELECTED POST-GRADUATE EDUCATION, CERTIFICATIONS and DIPLOMATES
Functional Endocrinology: Connecting New Research With Practical Applications. A review of the scientific literature regarding how various diets, botanicals, nutrients, and lifestyle and environmental factors can impact the endocrine system directly and indirectly. University of Bridgeport. 2017
Comprehensive Examination of the Central Nervous System. Detailed examinations of the cerebral cortex, cerebellum, and brainstem are presented in this course with examination forms, multiple real-life clinical examples, and case studies. National University of Health Sciences 2017
Comprehensive Examination of the Peripheral Nervous System. Detailed examination of the peripheral nervous system is presented in this course with multiple real-life clinical examples, and case studies. Differentiation of myelopathy, radiculopathy, and neuropathy. National University of Health Sciences 2017
Basal Ganglia and Hyperkinetic Disorders with Applications. Clinical manifestations of anxiety, hyperactivity, tics, dystonia, chorea, and restless leg syndrome involved disease of the basal ganglia indirect pathway. Differential diagnosis of hyperkinetic movement disorders and their mechanisms, as well as detailed review of basal ganglia neurophysiology and clinical expression. Focus on differential diagnosis and therapeutic strategies involving neurological rehabilitative exercises, cognitive, dietary, nutritional, pharmacological, and lifestyle strategies. National University of Health Sciences 2017
Basal Ganglia and Hypokinetic Disorders with Applications. Clinical manifestations of slowness, stiffness, resting tremor, depression, and cognitive impairment involve diseases of the basal ganglia direct pathway that include Parkinson's disease and Parkinsonism. Differential diagnosis of Parkinson's disease and other Parkinsonism disorders. A detailed review of basal ganglia neurophysiology and clinical expressions. National University of Health Sciences 2016
Neurology of Eye Movements for Diagnosis and Treatment Applications. A review of eye movement neurology and its role in various neurological diseases and dysfunction of the brain. Focus of using eye movement for diagnosis and clinical treatment modalities. National University of Health Sciences 2016
Central Vestibular Disorders and Cerebellum Disorders with Applications. The emphasis is on the role the cerebellum plays in brain function and how to identify cerebellum dysfunction and disease. A detailed review of metabolic, autoimmune, immunological, and vascular mechanisms that promote disease of the cerebellum. National University of Health Sciences 2016
Peripheral Vestibular Disorder and Cerebellum Disorders and Applications. Dizziness, posture instability, poor balance, vertigo, and nausea are all common chief complaints in clinical practice. A detailed review of the vestibular canals and otolithic system, as well as in-depth examination skills and flow charts to help differentially diagnose and provide supportive therapy. National University of Health Sciences 2016
Identifying the Most Common Neurodegenerative Diseases and Clinical Applications. How to identify early patterns of neurodegenerative diseases and implement strategies to prevent progression and improve function. Detailed discussion of metabolic, immunologic, vascular, pathogenic and toxicological mechanisms, along with clinical strategies to address these factors. National University of Health Sciences 2016
The Initial Clinical Survey and How to Identify the Lesion Before the Examination. An evaluation of handwriting from office forms, gait analysis, facial tone, eye and head position, pupil responses, speech, muscle tone, limb angulations, and other signs in combination with medical history provide significant information to identify locations of impaired brain function. National University of Health Sciences 2016
Functional Neurology Anatomy and Central Neurological Pathways. An understanding of neurological pathways in a clinical model. This course presents a detailed review of key anatomical pathways associated with "Specific Clinical Findings." Discussion includes gait, posture, movement, tremor, postural instability, vertigo, memory, motor learning, pupil responses, eye movements and cognitive processing. National University of Health Sciences 2016
Mastering Brain Chemistry. This seminar series is designed to review the key concepts of brain chemistry, recognize patterns of imbalances, recognize cases that may need to be referred for further consult or evaluation, and improve overall clinical competency in neurochemical assessment. A review of brain neurochemistry and neurodegenerative disorders will be followed by clinical insights and case reviews. University of Bridgeport 2015
Understanding, Evaluating & Treating Autoimmune Disease. Common autoimmune diseases such as Lupus, celiac, autoimmune thyroid disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and MS, as well as other autoimmune diseases, will be specifically discussed with an emphasis on traditional as well as advanced functional diagnosis. Logan University 2014
Mastering the Science of Integrative Blood Chemistry. Allows practitioners to master, implement, and offer Integrative Blood Chemistry Analysis. Logan University 2014
The Role of Nutrition and Nutraceutical Supplements in Integrative Cardiovascular Medicine. Postgraduate Department at University of Bridgeport 2013
Mastering the Thyroid. Three-day course to help clinicians master the concepts of thyroid physiology, assessment, and nutritional support. Understanding the role of the immune system, endocrine system, environmental haptens, and medication reactions all affect thyroid health. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2011
Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis. Understanding the difference between functional and pathological laboratory evaluation findings. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2011
Applying Laboratory Evaluations to Improve Clinical Outcome. This seminar focuses on an introduction to organic acids, amino acids, IgG food sensitivities, and stool testing allowing participants to better understand and successfully implement functional laboratory testing into clinical practice. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2011
Neurology-Clinical Applications I. Presentation of applications specific to the disorders of the human nervous system. The candidate will learn how to apply advanced applications specific to all areas of the nervous system studied in the Graduate School Program of Clinical Neurology. These advanced modules will be based upon practicums and patient based paradigms. Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies 2011
Neurotransmitters and Brain. Review of physiological interactions between neurotransmitters, hormones and the immune system. Clinical applications, questionnaire forms, laboratory tests and nutritional supplements will be reviewed.
A complete review of the literature regarding natural supplements that support neurotransmitters, hormones and the immune system will be provided in the course work. The connections between endocrine, nervous system and immune interactions will be reviewed. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2011
Mastering the Thyroid. Three-day course to help clinicians master the concepts of thyroid physiology, assessment, and nutritional support. Understanding the role of the immune system, endocrine system, environmental haptens, and medication reactions all affect thyroid health. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2010
Module 808: Brain and Its Environment. Review of the internal and supportive structures of the brain with emphasis placed on the major afferent and efferent projections associated with brain activity. Lesions of the supportive structures of brain and the clinical methodology used in determining brain vascular integrity will be discussed. Applications specific to brain based treatments will be explored in detail. Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies 2010
Graston Technique. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the GT instruments, GT treatments, potential effects and benefits. Identify and discuss the indications, contraindications (relative and absolute) of the Graston Technique. Review and develop a better understanding of soft tissue injury, healing and potential reactivity to instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (therapeutic and adverse). Develop skill and competence in the GT application of IASTM to the major regions of the spine and extremities. Postgraduate Department at New York Chiropractic College 2009
Practice compliance and medical record keeping. Massachusetts Board of Registration. Massachusetts Chiropractic Society. 2008
Applied Laserology. Management of Chronic Clinical Syndromes. Postgraduate Department at Logan College of Chiropractic 2007
Obesity-Related Health Problems: New Understanding & New Solutions. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2006
Understanding the Origins & Applying Advanced Nutritional Strategies for Autoimmune Diseases. Presenter Jeffery Bland. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2006
Neuromuscular Re-Education. Neuromuscular Reeducation (NMR) is a hands-on technique / approach to the evaluation and functional treatment of soft tissue injuries that occur via trauma, repetitive motion, or chronic postural fatigue. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2004
Understanding the Clinical Applications of Improved Metabolic Biotransformation.
Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2004
Improving Health Outcomes Through Nutritional Support for Metabolic Biotransformation. Presenter Jeffery Bland. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2003
Nutritional Approaches to Stress-Induced Disorders: New strategies for improving adrenal and thyroid function. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2003
The Nutritional Management of Perimenopause and Menopause. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2002
Nutritional Endocrinology-Breakthrough Approaches for Improving Adrenal and Thyroid Function. Presenter Jeffery Bland. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2002
Integrating Physical and Nutritional Medicine. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport Programs 2001
Nutritional Management of the Underlying Causes of Chronic Disease.
Presenter Jeffery S. Bland. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 2000
Improving Intercellular Communication in Managing Chronic Illness. Presenter Jeffrey S. Bland. Postgraduate Department at the University of Bridgeport 1999
Whiplash Advanced Topics: the Fundamental Science
Requisite and comprehensive biomechanics knowledge for forensic experts
Whiplash and brain injuries: the real reasons they are on the rise
The minimal property damage = minimal injury risk myth exposed
In-depth analysis of brain, neck, and cervical spine trauma mechanisms
Soft tissue injuries: a comprehensive and cutting edge analysis
All clinical syndromes and conditions resulting from whiplash (WAD/CAD)
What forensic experts need to know about the various pain syndromes
Risk assessment: the fundamental key to modern forensic practice
Postgraduate Department at Southern California University of Health Sciences 1999
MRI and Cervical Whiplash, Presenters Yochum & Banks 1999
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