Sterling Joins Libertyville Massage




Susan Sterling

Susan Sterling has joined the staff of Libertyville Massage, offering acupuncture, nutritional counseling and oriental medicine. She is licensed and board certified in acupuncture and naprapathy and practices complementary medicine, believing strongly that effective treatment of illness and injury comes from many sources.

Sterling grew up in Chicago and graduated summa cum laude from Northwestern University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Her graduate studies led to a Doctor of Naprapathy degree from the National College of Naprapathic Medicine and both a bachelor’s degree in nutrition and a master’s degree in oriental medicine from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, with high honors.

Sterling operates on the premise that if we give our body the right environment, it will know how to heal itself, and her mission is to help patients understand and act on this fundamental truth.


Location: 128 Newberry Ave., Libertyville. For more information, call 847-680-0077 or visit LibertyvilleMassage.com or NewberryWellnessCenter.com. Check Facebook for discounts.

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