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July 12, 2012
Kim Yeon-koung of South Korea's women's national volleyball team undergoes an acupuncture session with...
JINCHEON, South Korea
South Korea's national volleyball player Kim undergoes an acupuncture session in Jincheon
Kim Yeon-koung of South Korea's women's national volleyball team undergoes an acupuncture session with Park Ji-hun (R), oriental doctor in charge of the team, at a gym in Jincheon, 150 km (93 miles) south of Seoul July 5, 2012. South Korean athletes looking to stay in peak shape for the London Olympics are turning to oriental rather than western medicine to see off aches and sprains that could derail their medal chances. While some athletes remain wary of remedies that are not certified due to doping concerns, for the vast majority regular treatment has boosted fitness and the ability to overcome injury quickly. Picture taken July 5, 2012. To match story OLY-KOREA-MEDICINE-ADV15/ REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: HEALTH SPORT OLYMPICS VOLLEYBALL)
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