|“After three months and five trips to the emergency room there was no conclusive evidence that it was kidney stones. The next time I felt the pain... I went to [my Oom Yung Doe] school ...After two weeks the pain never returned.”
There are many benefits I have gained in my
training: flexibility, strength, and determination.
These benefits carry over to all parts of my life.
But, I would like to share with you why I decided
to be come an instructor.
About a year into my training I began to
experience extreme pain in my lower right
abdomen. One day the pain was so intense I went
to the emergency room. The doctors decided I
needed my appendix removed. One month later
the pain came back in the exact same location and
intensity. The doctors then decided that I had
After three months and five trips to the
emergency room there was no conclusive
evidence that it was kidney stones. The next time
I felt the pain I didn't go the ER, I went to school.
There, my instructor showed me three exercises to
balance my hips. After two weeks the pain never
Up to that point my intention was to continue my education as a Massage Therapist and
become a Chiropractor. The strength of traditional Moo Doe was too much for me to ignore.
I am currently the main instructor at the Winter Springs school of Chung Moo Doe in
Florida. I am looking forward to the opportunity to understand at a deeper level so I may
pass knowledge on to others.
Todd M. Facello LMT
2nd Degree Instructor