It only makes sense that the body works better when it is in balance
Thousands of years ago, some very observant individuals noticed certain patterns that develop when humans are exposed to various stresses.To help themselves and others, they developed a way of counteracting the effects of these stressors. As time went on, they experimented and revised these methods to treat the many afflictions that have haunted man since the beginning.
Staying healthy and avoiding bad habits is what they determined led to a longer, happier lifetime. This is the TAO (pronounced DAO), THE WAY (to live one’s life). Try it, you’ll see. How you live and what you eat affect your health. Eat well and exercise so that you will avoid health problems that cost money and cause suffering.
Dr. Yang was trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture and Western Medicine for five years at Yunnan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and three years at Hunan Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. Dr. Yang trained a total of eight years to earn his medical degree. He practiced as a medical doctor in major hospitals in China for 16 years since 1986 where he was a physician of integrative medicine combining Western medicine with acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine on research and practice in Internal Medicine and Gerontology. He has over 28 years of experience on clinical teaching and research on acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.