Applied Kinesiology

What is Applied Kinesiology?

Applied Kinesiology is a type of therapy that tests specific muscles and muscle groups for weakness and imbalance. A skilled Kinesiologist can read these weaknesses determining their underlying causes and where they originate from. Things such as reduced blood supply, nerve damage, organ or gland problems and chemical imbalances can be detected using it.

Massage and acupressure techniques are then used to rebalance the body's various systems strengthening muscle groups, realigning systems and increasing blood flow to bring the body's systems back into symmetry.

Developed by American chiropractor George J. Goodheart in 1964, Applied Kinesiology has grown substantially and is today not only practiced by chiropractors but also by osteopathic physicians, dentists and conventional physicians.

It has been used to treat a wide range of issues including headache, Parkinson's disease, learning disabilities, diabetes, osteoporosis, cancer and abdominal pain.

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