Suzanne found her path to Chinese Medicine after having used acupuncture to recover from a chronic injury. After months of treatment, she found that not only could she live without pain, but that she felt better and stronger in almost every way. With a background in Chinese history and years of travel in China, Chinese Medicine fit into her worldview and became a life’s journey.
Suzanne graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York with a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine and has been in private practice since then. Her goals are to provide a space for healing, relief from suffering of all forms, and help patients achieve their potential. Suzanne specializes in women’s health conditions and has dedicated much of her life to helping women through all of life’s transitions.
Suzanne is committed to learning and continues studying Chinese medicine daily through mentorships, classes and study. Most recently she completed 2 year mentorship in Chinese Herbal Medicine with Sharon Weizenbaum of the White Pine Institute and is working on material from Engaging Vitality, which incorporates traditional osteopathic diagnostic techniques with acupuncture. Suzanne is also a faculty member and head of the Chinese Herbal Medicine department at Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York. She is dedicated to teaching through clinical practice and has interns in her office as assistants and run case study groups for students and new practitioners.
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