Fang Mu was interviewed on Greensboro Community TV
In Western medicine, the diagnosis and treatment of illness is thought of in terms of tangible biochemical terms.
Chinese medicine not only sees the outward biochemical changes but also considers illness a result of imbalances in the universal life
force called chi. This force is believe to be in a constant state of flux.
We understand that within this state of flux there are two polar opposites called yin and yang,
symbolized by a gracefully divided circle. This circle illustrates how two opposites together represent the whole being. When the usually harmonious flow of Qi is disrupted, there is an imbalance within the body that translates into physical symptoms.
As Chinese doctors have done for thousands of years, I use acupuncture needles, moxibustion (heat), cupping (suction), massage, herbs, and other methods to stimulate Qi in an effort to restore
the body natural balance.