I posted previously about a strange reaction I was having after acupuncture treatments. Eventually, my acupuncturist said she felt I had a less common underlying problem where yin and yang do not engender one another - they do not properly turn into one another. When she started treating for this root issue, I almost instantly began to experience improvements in the symptoms I had been experiencing and was thrilled with the progress we were making.
Unfortunately, my acupuncturist passed away suddenly and unexpectedly just after Christmas. Her clinic was a solo practice and I although they referred patients to a new practitioner, the new practitioner is too far for me to drive. So I am between practitioners.
I am nervous about reestablishing care because I feel I don't understand much about what we were working on. I'm sure I don't need to understand everything - I can share what I remember her telling me and my symptoms and issues and hopefully the new practitioner will be versed in that issue. However, I'd like to know more for my own sake and I also know my acupuncturist said it was quite uncommon and she had started to do some research on the issue because she said although it's covered while in school it's almost never seen in real life.
Can you give me any information about this particular issue in TCM re yin and yang do not properly engender one another? Can you point me to any resources or articles I could read so I could learn more? Also, do you have any suggestions for how I can best commiunicate with a new acupuncturist so I talk most effectively about the ground my prior acupuncturist and I were covering?