Meet Dr. Suhyun An, DC, MSN, NP-CA - Notable Educational Speaker

Dr. Suhyun An, DC, MSN, NP-C, is a qualified Chiropractic practitioner and a highly educated speaker who emphasizes devotion, service, and excellence. She gives high-energy keynote speeches that encourages audiences to focus on what is most important in academics and life. Her colleagues admire and applaud her effective methodologies and techniques for tackling challenging problems in the field of Regenerative Medicine.


She is a Houston-based licensed family nurse practitioner, a regenerative medicine pioneer, and a brilliant author of numerous publications. She is well-known for her exceptional abilities in the treatment of a variety of chronic illnesses. She is the Clinic Director of Campbell Medical Collection, a group of medical specialists in Houston that utilize their expertise, abilities, and knowledge to help patients.



Dr.Suhyun An has four degrees from several reputable institutions. She earned a bachelor's degree in biochemistry from the University of Houston, a Ph.D. as a cum laude graduate in chiropractic from Parker College, a second bachelor's degree from Wayland Baptist University and a master's degree in nursing science from Sanford University.


She has participated in several educational events, held seminars, and worked on several health-related projects. Her vast medical skills and experience with some of the most cutting-edge technology utilized in regenerative treatments help Campbell Medical Group and clinics around the country. She is a co-author of the outstanding book "Demystifying Stem Cells: A Real-Life Approach to Regenerative Medicine," recently released.


She founded the "Dr. Suhyun An Scholarship" to assist students who have proven a commitment to academic excellence in their pursuit of a medical degree. The Scholarship's primary goal is to alleviate some of the financial hardships that many students face nowadays. The Scholarship's goal is to give back to society by investing in future generations of physicians, nurses, and other medical professionals, as these young people will be accountable for future medical breakthroughs.


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