Over the years I have had many patients with a myriad of symptoms at one. When I see a combination of health issues such as: Back pain, anxiety, digestive discomfort, or whatever they may be, I see right through the surface of the health persona. I have to look to the root of the cause of these issues or else we will just be chasing symptoms around for years. I have been a doctor for over fifteen years and I have seen a lot of difficult patients. I know that I need to acknowledge the presentation of symptoms that a patient has, and I need to be concerned about them. But usually there is right combination to the lock that is blocking their health form shining through. I use my clinical experience, my intuition, and kinesiology muscle testing to get to the source of their health concerns. Continue reading →
Many of us are concerned with the food we eat, the latest flu going around, environmental toxins, etc… These things are valid concerns but there is another factor that makes you much more prone to having ill effects to these situations, your mind! If you are afraid of catching the latest flu going around, you will. If you are afraid of gluten, you will react. If you believe you are predetermined to have some disease, you will be. If you feel that your health is ailing because you are old, your health will deteriorate. Continue reading →
Do you or someone you know suffer from continuous anxiety about a traumatic event that happened in the past? Is this interfering with their life? Their relationships? Their wellbeing?
Post traumatic stress disorder develops after an emotionally terrifying situation happens in conjunction with continuous secretions of certain stress hormones that cement a “flight or fight” reaction into the nervous system. For many people this condition can severely derail their lives. Continue reading →
Health care professionals and lay people have been using muscle testing to see if a person needs a nutritional supplement for decades. Do you know where this all began? It started with Dr. George Goodheart, the father of applied kinesiology.
There are many “arm pull down” muscle testing techniques for figuring what nutritional supplements to give out there. But there are ways to be more specific with muscle testing. Nutritional muscle testing began with using specific muscles that are related to the organ or function of the body that you are targeting with your test. Continue reading →
When Dr. George Goodheart first started testing and fixing muscles with treating the origin and insertion of a muscle, he didn’t know the farther reaching relationships that muscles had in the body. But then he started to find clues that the muscles were related to the internal organs of the body.
Talking to the inner body
With the realization that muscles are related to organs, applied kinesiology doctors were able to communicate directly with the body. Combining muscle testing with what we have learned as health care professionals, we are able to see specifically what organs needed as a therapy, dietary supplement, etc., and we are able to monitor their progress all with muscle testing.
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The one technique that started AK is still one of the most powerful tools out there. Correcting muscle function with the origin and insertion technique. It worked for Dr. Goodheart in 1964 and still works today. Correcting the weak muscle instead of trying to stretch or weaken a shortened/tight muscle is our secret to success when it comes to musculoskeletal problems. Combining this with proper treatment of trigger points is what sets AK practitioners apart from other in the health care field.
AK muscle work basics
Watch this video to learn what we do to correct muscle imbalances. These basics are what is taught in the first few sessions of the applied kinesiology basic course. When they are combined properly, the results seem miraculous.
Applied kinesiology is a muscle testing diagnostic technique that was discovered in 1964 by Dr. George Goodheart. He found that an inhibited (weak) muscle can be turned back on instantly if you know what the cause of the problem is. This helps with quick healing the toughest musculoskeletal problems.
He later figured out that you can use facilitated (strong) muscles to use as an indicator to find out what is going on in the body. This helps to heal deeper, underlying health problems off all types quickly and efficiently. Continue reading →