Llano, NM: Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine, located in Llano New Mexico, is pleased to announce the launch of their new website on June 16, 2015 to continue to spread the popularity of Acutonics nationally and internationally. The new website, developed by Xynergy, a local Santa Fe agency, focuses on the global Acutonics community by:
More Americans are using integrative medicine than ever before. A recent CDC report shows that practices including yoga, tai chi, and chi gong have increased by up to 9.5% between 2002 and 2012. Popular forms of integrative medicine such as acupuncture are starting to become mainstream, lesser-known methods are starting to gain traction.
Among these methods is Acutonics, a non-invasive healing methodology that works with vibrations created through sound. Ellen Franklin, CEO of Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine, explains, “Acutonics® is a holistic, sound-based modality that is energy-based and applies specialized precision calibrated, medical grade tuning forks to acupuncture points to promote health and well-being. As an educational institute we train health care practitioners from diverse backgrounds in this innovative care model, which recognizes the whole person, body, mind, and spirit. We also believe in the critical importance of partnerships between practitioner and patient, student and teacher, and in finding the right balance between conventional and alternative health care models that facilitate the body’s innate wisdom to heal.
“Acutonics has tremendous potential for health and wellbeing,” says President Donna Carey, LAc., “but even though Acutonics is based in well-established fields of Oriental medicine, psychology, and cosmology, it is still relatively new to the field of integrative medicine. A modern website will allow us to continue educating Acutonics practitioners and patients from around the world, and to build on our twenty year history of exceptional health care delivery.”
About Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine: The Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine offers an in-depth certification program in the Acutonics methodology and high-quality sound tools for the practice of Acutonics. Established in 1997 as the Kairos Institute of Sound Healing, the business moved to New Mexico in 2000. There are hundreds of Acutonics practitioners and more than 50 faculty throughout the world. More information is available at acutonics.com.
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