Traditional Chinese healing presented in a way that has become increasingly difficult to find as Chinese medicine becomes altered by modern biomedical concepts. This book is a detailed exposition of yinyang wuxing in the tradition of Chinese healing. The work is written for the general reader but will be invaluable for the practitioner, particularly for those who want to re-approach their clinical practice from the perspective of yinyang wuxing. The book begins by demonstrating the interrelationship between the concepts of yinyang and wuxing, and how these concepts form a particular view of everything between heaven and earth. It is this yinyang wuxing perspective that provides a basis for examining the human body, the spirit, and illness, which then facilitates the diagnostic means for healing illness and maintaining good health. Numerous treatment strategies and formulas are provided from the author's own practice of over 30 years. With an understanding of the principles of yinyang wuxing anyone, anywhere, will have the power to look after their own health.Rhonda Chang graduated from Beijing Chinese Medicine College in 1983. She has a PhD from the University of Sydney and is the author of Chinese Medicine Masquerading as Yi.