Susan Au-Yang, DC

  • P.O. Box 1813

    Mill Valley, CA 94942

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  • 415-383-8215

About Susan Au-Yang, DC

  • Chiropractors

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Susan Au-Yang, DC Office Locations:


P.O. Box 1813

Mill Valley, CA, CA 94942

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600 Professional Center Drive Suite 624

Novato, CA, CA 94947

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More about Susan Au-Yang, DC

Susan Au-Yang, D.C., has been a chiropractor in Marin County for over 25 years. She focuses on a holistic approach to achieving a balanced body using gentle and effective techniques. Treatments are rendered in a non-forceful manner. Visit her web page at EXAMPLE OF CONDITIONS TREATED: (1) Allergies; (2) Auto Accident Injuries; (3) Chronic Pain (all regions of the body, including the back, neck, knees, and hips); (4) Headaches; (5) Numbness and Tingling of Extremities; (6) Pre-menstrual and Menopausal Syndrome (including hot flashes); (7) Repetitive Strain Injury (typically misdiagnosed as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome); (8) Sciatica (pain and numbness radiating down the legs); (9) Sprain/Strain Injuries of the Extremities (such as the shoulders, elbows, knees, and ankles); (10) Sports Injuries (including tennis elbow); and (11) Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome (TMJ). TECHNIQUES INCLUDE: (1) The Activator, which is a device used to facilitate adjustments; (2) Applied Kinesiology is the method of using a strong muscle for testing purposes to personalize the treatment plan to the needs of the patient; (3) CranioSacral Therapy (CST), which is the manipulation of the cranial bones, especially effective in TMJ and trauma related problems; (4) Homeopathy is a system of medicine where a substance or agent is diluted to a point where the energy pattern of that substance is used for healing; (5) Myofascial Releases, which involves the balancing of muscles in a specific manner, otherwise the patient's condition will not stabilize; (6) Nonforceful Adjustments; (7) Nutrition and Supplements; (8) Osseous (of the bones) manipulations; and (9) Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT), which primarily consists of using pelvic blocks to realign the patient.


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