Dr. Susan Grace graduated from the New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY. As a student she was deeply involved with the Applied Kinesiology and Pediatric Clubs. Her life-long interest in nutrition and a healthy life style led to the honor of being the first student at NYCC to receive a Standard Process Nutrition Scholarship, including a tour of their processing plant and organic farm. Dr. Grace holds a license to practice chiropractic in Massachusetts and is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, the Massachusetts Chiropractic Society, the International College of Applied Kinesiology, the Educational Kinesiology Foundation and the New England Kinesiology Network. She has attended many seminars in Applied Kinesiology, Educational Kinesiology, Touch for Health and the infant reflex work of Dr. Svetalana Masgutova.
Dr. Graceís great grandmother and great grandfather were both chiropractors! She became a chiropractic patient at the young age of eleven. In a search for a cure to her migraines over the years she witnessed and experienced a wide variety of chiropractic techniques. While each type of chiropractic helped for a short time, she finally found relief when she decided to drive half way across New England to have her Brain Gym® colleague Dr. Lydia Knutson become her chiropractor. Within a couple of treatments she felt so much better she was inspired to become a chiropractor in order to learn the Axial Stability Method.
Prior to becoming a chiropractor, Dr. Grace was an Educational Kinesiologist, presenting Brain Gym® workshops to teachers and parents, and working with private clients. She has a strong interest in assisting people of all ages with learning disabilities, developmental delays and self-esteem. While working with clients, her curiosity and fascination with the human body lead her to become a Reiki Master.
Dr. Grace is the mother of two grown children and two adopted little girls. Through her 25+ years of parenting she has a special understanding and love for the rewards and challenges of being a parent. In the few spare moments when she isnít parenting or treating patients she likes to hike, walk on the beach, practice yoga, dabble in photography, contra dance and read a good book.
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