Use and Application of Tuning Forks
The use of Tuning Forks in health care has grown extensively over the past sixteen years. Although some theories date them back as far as Ancient Egypt, the modern day tuning fork was developed more than 400 years ago as a means to tune instruments. In Western Medicine they are used for neurological testing and as a quick way to scan the body for a fracture.
Our methodology for the therapeutic use and application of Tuning Forks known as the Acutonics System is a unique, energy-based, non-invasive approach that is rooted in Oriental Medicine. Precision calibrated tuning forks are applied to specific acupuncture and acupressure points to access the body's Meridian and Chakra energy systems. These tuning forks represent a natural harmonic series based on the orbital properties of the Earth, Moon, Sun and planets. The sound waves of the forks vibrate and travel deeply into the body along energy pathways, affecting human physiology and reaching places not easily accessed. Their rich resonance and vibration connects with and supports the body's natural frequencies, stimulates and balances the body's physical and subtle energy field, and promotes wellness, deep inner harmony, and Harmonic Attunement®.
The Acutonics System was co-developed more than sixteen years ago, by Donna Carey, when she was Clinical Dean of an Acupuncture College. It has been used extensively in clinical practice, and an entire Certification Program has been developed. Today more than fifty Acutonics Instructors and hundreds of practitioners, contribute to this body of knowledge and Acutonics is being taught around the globe.
The therapeutic use of tuning forks in integrative healthcare has been adapted or copied by many. We encourage you to be an educated consumer and to truly understand the depth and breadth of any system that you investigate. How long has the system been around has it proven its efficacy, does it have research or documented case results. Are the recommended tools manufactured with exacting quality standards?