Don’t always believe what you are told about your destiny
Believe in your natural ability to heal
I’ve been extremely lucky to of had some miraculous mentors in my career. Over and over again I’ve heard of or personally witnessed supposed miracles.
We are all very susceptible to what authority figures tell us and in our culture. This includes the media, educational institutions, and modern medicine. Doctors have actually become like demigods. If a person with medical credentials and who wears a white coat tells you something it must be true. They have the education, they are the expert, they know your future! They can’t be wrong.
I need to you realize how powerful this is… Continue reading
Muscle symmetry and dural torque
Muscle Balance is an indicator of health
When you are healthy and balanced the musculature of your body follows. When you see someone standing, walking or running and their left and right are evenly balanced the body is working with efficiency. This is important for endurance and performance. This is also important indicator of how healthy we are. Muscular imbalance and asymmetry is a sign of a problem in the body. Symmetry also equals beauty. The more symmetry that we have the more attractive we appear to others. This is a natural selection indicator to seek out healthy partners.
If we are not symmetrical, the problem can be musculoskeletal, biochemical, emotional, and/or electromagnetic in nature. The good thing is that we can use the musculature of the body as a direct indicator to find out what is wrong. Continue reading
Posted in Every Day Muscle Testing, General thoughts, Patient education, Professional Applied Kinesiology, Uncategorized, What Most Doctors Don't Know
Tagged Applied, ciprian, class, dr, dural, kinesiology, learn, muscle, Muscle testing, muscles, Oregon, Portland, symmetry, teacher, torque
Monday at the University of Western States Chiropractic College. What Most Doctors Don’t know.
I’m honored to be invited to give a talk at the UWS Chiropractic College this Monday. I will be lecturing about “What Most Doctors Don’t Know”. This is a really fun talk where I am going to give out a hand full of functional “Tips” for the students and doctors followed by a question and answer session. If you get a chance come by and if you know anyone else that may benefit please spread the word.
University of Western States
Posted in General thoughts, Professional Applied Kinesiology
Tagged ak, applied kinesiology, biomechanics, chiropractic, edu, functional, health, medicine, Muscle testing, natural, naturopathic, university of western states, uws, what most doctors don't know
Learn muscle testing challenge for the spine.
In the first weekend of the Applied Kinesiology (AK) certification course for health care professionals, you will learn how to ask the patient’s body where it needs work and how to do it. This is part of the beauty of learning AK, you have a direct window of communication with the patient’s body. Here will we talk a little about the physical medicine side of things.
Stop the guess work and have certainty.
Yes, that is right! Certainty in physical medicine diagnosis. With the” therapy localization” tool in AK, you can have the patient touch a vertebra and if it needs help the muscle will go weak. And with the “vertebral challenge” tool, you can lightly push a vertebra into various directions and the body will respond to the direction that is best for it. Continue reading
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Tagged Applied, challenge, ciprian, course, dr, kinesiology, learn, localization, muscle, Oregon, Portland, teacher, testing, therapy, TL
Physical, emotional, and spiritual associations of the heart
There may be much more involved with your heart than you may of thought!
Heart disease is one of the largest killers in the United States. Diet, exercise and stress do affect the health of you heart but there is some much more involved than you may not know!
Our hearts are involved with pumping blood throughout our body but they are also involved with emotions, brain function, electromagnetic aspects of our energy fields, hormone production and much, much more. Continue reading
Posted in General thoughts, Patient education, Spiritual Application of muscle testing
Tagged applied kinesiology, disease, emotions, energy, health, heart, heart math, medicine, Muscle testing, natural, spirit science
Emotional connections to health
Being caged by your emotions?
I regularly work with people who have a lot of stress going on in their lives and then do have some sort of health problem manifest as a result of it. I always look into what is going on in a person’s life if something has changed with their health recently.
Two examples that I have seen lately, a bladder infection and an upper respiratory infection. Both of these patients had their infections occur after having a stressful situation happen in their lives. The first thing I did was to ask what was presently going on with them recently that was stressful. Sometimes just a slight acknowledgment is enough, or sometimes I really have to let the patient vent, especially if it is something that they couldn’t talk to others about. Continue reading
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Tagged alternative, Applied, bladder, body, emotions, health, infection, kinesiology, Mind, muscle, natural, respiratory, testing, upper
Applied Kinesiology Portland, Oregon 2012
It’s that time again! We are setting up the Applied Kinesiology Course for health care professionals in the Pacific Northwest. I’m really excited to have the course at The University of Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon for this season!
Applied Kinesiology Basic Certification Course
Why learn Applied Kinesiology?
Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a truly “holistic” diagnostic technique that shows you how to find the primary blockage in your patient’s body. This takes the guess work out of your treatment plan. Imagine if your patient would walk into your office and they would show you exactly what you need to do on that visit to get them well! This is what Applied Kinesiology can do for you if you become proficient with it!
AK is the original muscle testing technique developed by Dr. George Goodheart.
There are many, many muscle testing techniques out there but this is the one where it all started. The ICAK (International College of Applied Kinesiology) course, is in my opinion, the most in-depth muscle testing course for health care professinoals out there. Continue reading