This Introduction to Applied Kinesiology is meant for doctors.
However, you might find it interesting to know how this innovative and growing healthcare discipline can improve your health and help you to live pain-free.
Along with the video, here is my explanation of What is Applied Kinesiology Muscle Testing and How Does it Work?
“Applied Kinesiology (AK) muscle testing represents a window into your overall health. Instead of using manual muscle testing as a measure of ‘disability,’ your applied kinesiologist uses muscle testing as a measure of ‘ability’.
Before AK, the results of muscle strength testing were thought to be static like seeing a fracture on an x-ray. In 1964, Dr George Goodheart’s breakthrough discovery was that muscle ‘weakness’ was not necessarily a pathological problem, but could be a functional one.
Manual muscle testing can be a diagnostic tool as a ‘dynamic measure of relative function’ not as a ‘static label of absolute disability.’
Not only can muscle testing indicate the proper therapy to treat a specific musculoskeletal condition, but Applied Kinesiologists eventually found it could be a predicator of overall health.
AK muscle testing magnifies the depth of the meaning of the muscle test similar to what a microscope does to the magnifying glass; it reveals more of what is happening deep in your physiology. This is why AK manual muscle testing can find health issues that many other less refined diagnostic tests may miss.”
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Dr. Eugene Charles
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