I was introduced to Dr. Yang after suffering from CFS and was a patient of hers for over six years. In the beginning of her treatment I had miraculous results, going from housebound to running several miles a day within a year and a half of starting therapy.\r
And despite very challenging detoxing episodes, my health seemed to improve until a few years into the program when after visiting Dr. Yang for my usual set of treatments, I knew something had gone very wrong. Within a week of seeing Dr Yang, I went from running daily to being barley able to walk. All of my old symptoms came rushing back, but this time more severe. I also had new, frightening symptoms, such as chronic vertigo. Dr. Yang explained that she had given me strong treatments and not to worry. \r
At this time I also developed pus filled open wounds on my big toes and was told by Dr. Yang (and her assistant) that it was just toxins in my body running down my legs and out my toes. Her prescription: shake my legs/feet to help the toxins drain out my toes better.\r
Unfortunately, I continued to go to Dr. Yang's after that with only slight improvement. Under her care I developed weekly neck/head migraines that lasted for days with vomiting, blood in stool, chronic vertigo, my hair began falling out, extreme weight gain, large sores on my face and neck, throat problems, chronic ringing in my ears and hearing loss. Dr. Yang and her assistant explained that ""I was holding onto my toxins and I needed to just let them go"".\r
Eventually, I became so sick that I finally left her ""care"" and sought real medical attention, discovering that my Epstein-Barr and cytomegalovirus load count was off the charts and my ""toxic toes"" were a co-factor of out of control viruses, a serious staph infection. I also discover that I had extreme adrenal fatigue and my thyroid was terribly low.\r
After my experience, I definitely would NOT recommend Dr. Yang, her assistant or YSY therapy.