Doctors (EN)

Park HyungKi

Park HyungKi

Soonchunhyang Medical Center Seoul

Department of Neurosurgery

Position: Professor


Spinal diseases, Cyber Knife Treatment, Peripheral Nerve diseases, Head Injuries, Pain

Education and experience:

- 1995 Graduate of the Medical Faculty of Soonchunhyang University

- 2000 Internship, Department of Neurosurgery of MC Soonchunhyang Seoul

- 2000 Doctor in the Department of Neurosurgery

- 2002~2003 Military neurosurgeon, Keren Clinic, Daegu

- 2006 Postgraduate study at the Faculty of Medicine of Sunchonhyang University

- 2007 Internship in Spine and Peripheral Neurology, Ochsner Clinic, USA

- 2010 Internship at the Cyberknife Center, Stanford University Clinic

- 2011 Internship at the Center for Neurological Endoscopy, Algini Clinic, Pittsburgh, USA

- 2013~present Professor of the Department of Neurosurgery at the Soonchunhyang University Medical Center, Seoul

About 90% of spinal diseases are treated with drug or injection therapy. Nevertheless, 10% of patients require surgical treatment, in case of failure to provide timely treatment, one of the most dangerous complications is damage to the spinal nerve. Thus, in the process of diagnosis, it is very important to accurately diagnose and determine the need for surgical intervention. Professor Park HyungKi notes that in order to accurately diagnose and prescribe treatment, it is necessary to take into account the age, occupation and concomitant diseases of the patient. Professor Pak performs surgical treatment using minimally invasive endoscopic and microscopic methods, thanks to which patients recover quickly without complications. Park HyungKi worked in radiosurgery at the Cyber Knife Center at Stanford University and has extensive experience in treating with a Cyber Knife without incisions and anesthesia. Cyberknife therapy, which is used by Professor Park HyungKi, is a new breakthrough in surgery, a new way of treating diseases by irradiation with an accurate dosage and a center for directing rays to the brain and spinal disorders.
Soonchunhyang University Hospital, Seoul city
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