Applied Kinesiology testing

APPLIED KINESIOLOGY definition:
Applied Kinesiology is a healing system that evaluates and treats an individual’s structural, chemical, and mental aspects. It employs muscle testing and other standard methods of diagnosis. Applied Kinesiology therapeutically utilizes nutrition, manipulation, diet, acupressure, exercise, and education to help restore balance and harmony in the body and maintain well-being throughout life. (From Alternative Healing, by Hugh Burroughs and Mark Kastner, Halcyon, 1993.)
Dr. George Goodheart, a chiropractor in Detroit, Michigan, discovered the technique in 1964 during a patient treatment. After applying a few seconds of deep pressure on the man’s severe muscular dysfunction, he found the problem was eliminated. Dr. John Thie developed a simplified version of Applied Kinesiology called Touch for Health in 1970. From http://www.massagetherapy.com/glossary/index.php   

The kinesiology technique is a method to get directly in touch with the physical body’s electrical system, which corresponds to the central nervous system. This is not eerie, mystery, spiritual or ‘black’ energy.  It is, however, controversial in many platforms. Be sure to research any subject before making decision to expose yourself or practice that subject.

As always, if this technique strikes a red flag in your conscience, we rely on this thought: If in doubt, throw it out. Be assured however that many Medical Doctors, Chiropractic Doctors, Naturopathic Doctors, Dentists, Nurses, Therapists and professionals in all fields are opting for the kinesiology courses offered in higher education facilities in order to enhance their diagnostic and treatment skills.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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