"I did not choose Chinese medicine, it chose me! "
Susy was initially skeptical about acupuncture but eventually tried it out of desperation for her shoulder injury. She
experienced such profound relief that she became a Chinese medicine practitioner to help others realize its healing benefits.
Susy brings with her the tradition of Chinese spiritual philosophy and nutritional principles while
her competitive dance experiences grounded her in proper body kinetics and structural alignment.
As a practitioner, Susy is known for her caring manners, palpation skills, needling technique, professionalism,
intuitive approach and grounding presence.
Susy treats patients for pain, stress, orthopedic sports injuries, auto-immune,
fertility and men/women’s health.
She specializes in digestive, emotional and musculoskeletal using herbal formulas, cupping, Tui Na body work, essential oils and acupuncture techniques including electrical stimulation, auricular, scalp acupuncture, sports acupuncture,
myofascial trigger and motor points release.
Susy believes in bringing the Eastern philosophy of spiritual,
physical and mental health into the framework of the New York healthcare system
Having worked > 15 years prior in public accounting & Wall street, Susy understands stress and the difficulties of balancing work, family and lifestyle.
She hopes to inspire others to realize that health is a
multi-faceted holistic concept that involves mind/body/spiritual cultivation, healthy diet, exercises and social responsibility.
Susy assisted her mentor, Dr. Yong En Shi, a gynecologist and renowned Chinese herbalist with over 60 years of clinical experience for two years at his busy practice and learnt valuable skills in treating complex issues with herbal medicine and acupuncture.
In 2014 and 2017, Susy was part of the Integrative Health Project of health care acupuncturists providing free Community acupuncture and Chinese herbal formulas to local villagers in Guatemala, Central America.
Susy followed Master Fukui Yang, an international Wushu judge known for his family lineage of Xingyiquan and Taijiquan.
Susy is currently studying Yang style Tai Qi and Qi Gong with CK Chu Tai Chi Chuan.
Learn more about Susy's journey into Chinese Medicine at Heart of Healing blog talk radio