Lynbrook-Based Acupuncturist Provides Look Inside Acutonics
LYNBROOK – Listening to an iPod, or hearing the sound of nails across a chalkboard, are prime examples of how sound affects physiology, according to Suzanne Clegg. "We shift our mood, we shift our vitality, with music all the time," she said. Clegg, a New York State licensed acupuncturist and registered dietician, is the owner of Spirit Gate Acupuncture and founder of the Octave Holistic Healing Approach.
Tuning forks that make a wide range of sounds can be used in place of acupuncture needles to treat a variety of health issues, including digestive problems, infertility, cramps, headaches and chronic pain. Clegg says she creates a personal health plan for each patient and, like a musician, plays different sounds on him or her to stimulate healing.
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