Oriental Medicine (OM) is a traditional Chinese medical practice that is based on the concept of balanced flow of energy through human bodies. Students who have just graduated or completed their accredited education programs of the medical transcription or have an experience of less than 2 years in the acute care can become the registered RMT. The RMT certification credential is extended when a candidate successfully passes the level 1 of the registered medical transcription exam by AHDI. Besides basic hair transplant surgery training, one must specialize in the field of ‘Dermatology’ (helps to show the health of body before a transplant can be performed) and ‘Plastic Surgery’ (assists in enhancing patient looks). This is important because many hair transplant doctors have been able to perform successful surgeries due to their additional knowledge on other subjects. The doctor that prevents and corrects deformities, mends injuries, and heightens the function or appearance of a patient is called a surgeon. Under this branch of medicine, there are several different kinds of concentrations, which make an average annual salary between $186,935 and $403,552. For instance, a plastic reconstructive surgeon focuses on surgically treating abnormalities of the body, an orthopedic surgeon treats injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system, and a heart transplant surgeon is responsible for repairing patients with end-stage cardiac disease. In order to become a surgeon, a medical degree is required with at least two to four years of surgery experience. Additional branches within the surgery field include bariatrics, neurology, and vascular. Media Ecology was very much about making that distinction. Other programs, such as the Annenberg School in Philadelphia, were also vitally concerned with communication. But their idea of communication studies was mainly analysis of content. In investigating the possible relationship between television and violence, their approach was to look for correlations between numbers of violent episodes in TV programs and numbers of violent acts committed by their viewers. In contrast, McLuhan wondered to what extent the tantalization of untouchable, beautiful images on TV engendered real-life frustration. And that was what Media Ecology was interested in, too. Very well written, I am glad you got Galen in there though it was brief. He is very underrated for his impact on medicine he may have impacted it more than any other doctor in history with his ground breaking works. Sadly they were so ground breaking that many people didn’t further his advanced until hundreds of years later. He was so far ahead of his time people just started using his work and didn’t improve on it.