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Fang Mu, LAC is an acupuncturist in High Point, NC and has been practicing for 32 years. She graduated from Jiangxi College Of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1986 and specializes in acupuncture, alternative care, and more.Read her story
This content was provided by Fang Mu "CREDENTIALS? Board Licensed Acupuncturist in North Carolina? Board Certified Acupuncturist in National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine ? Board Certified Herbologist in National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine ? Graduated from Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China ? Over Twenty Five Years Professional Practice Experience UNITED STATES? 2001: Licensed North Carolina Acupuncture Licensing Board? 1995: Certified Chinese Herbalist - National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine? 1994: Certified Acupuncturist - National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine CHINA? 1981-1986: Medical Doctor Degree for Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine - Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine WORK EXPERIENCE UNITED STATES ? 1995 to present: Private practice. General acupuncture and herbal services. CHINA ? 1986-1994: Acupuncturist and physician at (600 bed) Guang Zhou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine . OTHER CREDENTIALS UNITED STATES Published Papers And Abstracts? 2006: Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs Support Women's Health. - Art of Well Being 2006 Fall Page 4? 2004: Acupuncture Helps Children With Cerebral Palsy - Art of Well Being 2004 Fall Page 5? 2004: Traditional Chinese Medicine - Natural Awakenings July 2004 Page 16? 2002: Acupuncture Relieves Pain and Restores Health - Art of Well Being 2002 Fall Page 10? 2002: The All-in-One Body in Traditional Chinese Medicine - Art of Well Being 2002 Spring Page 7? 2002: Use Acupuncture to Help Cerebral Palsy Patients - Published online in Sheridan Hill Web Site? 1997: Electrical Stimulation Of Acupuncture Points Enhances Gastric Myoelectrical Activity In Humans - American Journal of Gastroenterology 92(9): 1527-1530, September 1997 (by X. Lin, J. Liang, J. Ren, F. Mu, M. Zhang, and J. D. Z. Chen)? 1996: Positive Effects of Acupuncture on Gastric Myoelectrical Activity in Healthy Chinese - Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Electrogastrography, San Francisco, California (by X. M. Lin, J. Ren, J. Liang, F. Mu, M. Zhang, J. D. Z. Chen) CHINA Published Papers? 1992: How Chinese Medicine Can Be Used To Treat Insomnia, Mental Agitation (Delirium), and Hematuria (Blood In Urine) Caused By The Use Of Sulfacetamide On Brain Tumor Patients - Chinese Journal of Nephrology 8(3): 120.? 1991: How Chinese Medicine Can Be Used To Treat Kidney Damage Caused By Chemotherapy of Malignant Brain Tumors - Chinese Journal of Nephrology 7(2): 73. (with Huizun Liu), Society of Oncology, Chinese Medical Association. Academic Exchanges (Lectures)? 1993: Treatment of Chronic Renal Function Failure by Traditional Chinese Medicine - First Traditional Chinese Medicine in Combination with Western Medicine Conference of Nephrology, Society of Nephrology of Guangdong Province. (with Qiang Chen)? 1993: How Liver Cancer Can Be Treated By Opening Energy Meridians In the Surrounding Stagnant Tissue - - Second Conference of Cancer of Liver of China. (with Fonglian Guo)"
This content was provided by Fang Mu "Fang Mu, OMD, LAc. As Chinese acupuncturist & traditional Chinese medicine doctor, I use acupuncture needles, moxibustion, cupping, Chinese herbs and other methods to stimulate Qi in an effort to restore the body's natural balance. Phone: (336) 885-8898."
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