Now We have two locations in Augusta and Jones Creek
Now We have two locations in Augusta and Jones Creek
I am writing this letter as a reference for Dr. Kyungho Cho. I have been suffered from breast cancer who started treatment with Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University from 2017.
My bones and hip were causing grave pain for me and I started the treatment with acupuncture, cupping and Tui-na therapy from him for eight sessions in two months. It has greatly reduced my pain in my herniated disk and lower back/ hip. He is very kind and energetic and I could tell he cares about his patients through watching him engage with me. I would say he actually was the most caring and kind medical professional I have ever interacted with and I have met many.
I’ve had the good fortune of being Dr. Kyungho Cho’s patient for 1.5 years. When I first started
receiving acupuncture treatments from Dr. Cho, my husband and I had been trying to conceive
a baby without success. Due to my low AMH hormone, we tried natural methods, as well as
Western medicine, and were considering extremely expensive and invasive fertility drugs and
procedures when we skeptically decided to give acupuncture a try. Dr. Cho had been highly
recommended to us.
Once I began treatments with Dr. Cho, I understood why he had such a good reputation in
acupuncture in the Atlanta area. He is an excellent teacher, and takes time to explain the
Oriental medical practice, as well as recommended treatments through acupuncture and
Chinese herbs. He made my first experience in Eastern medicine comfortable and easy to
understand, while also recognizing Western medical opinions, as well. After a few short months
of bi-weekly treatments with Dr. Cho, my husband and I were thrilled that we conceived a child.
I continued to see Dr. Cho throughout the next nine months, dealing with common
pregnancy-related ailments such nausea, fatigue, and joint pain. Each visit with Dr. Cho was
different and uniquely catered to my current body’s condition. I always felt safe and that I was in
good care as he would go to great lengths to ensure that I understood his rationale and
procedures with each treatment. We now have a healthy, happy 4-month old baby boy, whom I
can attribute to my regular treatments from Dr. Cho.
I am writing this letter as a reference for Dr. Kyungho Cho. I began seeing Dr. Cho approximately 2 years ago for movement and mobility issues stemming from my diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. At my first appointment I found Dr. Cho to be a careful listener to my symptoms. He showed compassion and demonstrated a great knowledge and understanding of Acupuncture and how I would benefit from the treatments. Since beginning Acupuncture treatments from Dr. Cho I have seen a marked improvement in my range of motion and my mobility. I feel that Dr. Kyungho Cho would be a valuable doctor to Augusta area.
I am writing this letter as a personal reference/testimonial for Mr. Kyungho Cho. My acquanaice with Mr. Cho started in 2016.Over the years, during weekly treatment visits he provided outstanding and genuine patient care. Initial assessment visit was followed by a series of consistent treatments. Additionally, Mr. Cho has taken the initiative to research in detail my condition and successfully use acupuncture techniques. I think his qualifications, experience, education and knowledge can benefit and add value to the sick with incurable diseases.
I have known Dr. Cho last three years as one of his students at Atlanta University of Health Sciences, Duluth, Georgia. He taught me in Acupuncture Treatment, OB-GYN & Pediatrics and Medical Case Studies. As a retired professor, I can assure you that he is a genuine scholar and a great practitioner in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He knows all aspects of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in China, in Korea as well as in USA. He was teaching with American textbook, but integrated the old Chinese books and the theories. My wife and I became his patients for a long time; dry eyes and back pain for my wife and neck pain after a cervical fusion from C2-C7 for me. He has healing hands as well as a healing big heart for the patients. He was well respected by his students and his patients. Also I noticed that he is a research oriented Acupuncture practitioner and is constantly seeking new and better treatment methods for the patients.
I was diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2013 when I lived on Arizona and most recently had been followed and treated by western medical doctors. The symptom of MS started with left hand numbness, then weakness. I had numbness in face down leg. MRI was positive. I was treated initially with Copazone and then Rebif which led to breakthrough disease. I was on Tecfidera for about a year. I was switched over to Tysabri when again I had breakthrough disease with enhancement. In July 2016, I had had 15 doses of Tysabri and was JC positive and the 2.0 range. Overall I did very well, but complains of fatigue as well as some cognitive impairment. I had some frontal headaches. I exercised avidly and was very healthy. I had had low vitamin D and took 50,000 units weekly. In April 2016 my pain and tingling had become severe especially from 2pm to 5pm, and constantly felt hot and thirsty so frequently drank ice water. The prescribed analgesic acetaminophen did not relieve my pain. In April 2017, luckily I met Dr. Cho in Atlanta, GA. He diagnosed me with “Deficiency Fire of Stomach and Spleen”. During the 20 sessions over one year with the acupuncture and herbal medicine, not only the heavy feeling and twitching sensation on my arms and legs was dramatically decreased, but also eye pain and photophobia symptom were improved. Finally one year later I could return to almost normal condition and it was also confirmed by MRI.
I met Dr. Cho in Salt Lake City Utah in June 2014. When I came to the clinic of Dr. Cho, it were more difficult for me to walk due to weakness in my legs and loss of balance and nystagmus. Especially nystagmus affect almost all aspects of daily life, including work, driving a car and leisure activities such as reading or watching TV. Only after a month of taking the herbal medicine, my uncontrolled eye movement was stopped during night time, but sadly during day time nystagmus came back. Since then, the nystagmus of day time also was improved such as the frequency and amplitude of the eye movement was significantly reduced.