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The Truth about Applied Kinesiology and Hidden Issues


truth about applied kinesiology is that it unlocks misunderstood processes and is- sues in the body and creates a pathway toward healing. Here’s what you need to know about this fascinating and innovative diagnostic method.


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What Is Applied Kinesiology? Applied kinesiology is a method of


examination – and potential treatment – of health issues through muscle strength test- ing. It’s based on likely connections be- tween specific organs and corresponding muscles.


Because everything in the body is


interconnected and interdependent, dys- function in one system in the body can often be reflected in a completely different area. As a result, chiropractic doctors and other practitioners can uncover and work with issues based on their link to poor functionality in certain muscles.


How Does Applied Kinesiology Work? After going over your health history


and concerns with you, your wellness team member will begin applied kinesiol- ogy. This technique is highly valuable if it is suspected that you have an issue that’s not being taken care of – or one that has been difficult to uncover. The applied ki- nesiology testing process involves the examination of muscular reflexes, as well as related issues, such as skin sensitivity, range of motion, and posture. The primary part of the applied kine-


siology testing process, however, involves a muscle strength test. In this exam, a slight exerted pressure is applied to muscles in


very system in the human body is connected and designed to work in harmony with its counterparts. The


potential problem areas. Through this method, your wellness team member can rule out strong, locked muscles that can handle the pressure. On the other hand, weak muscles that don’t respond well to pressure indicate a potential problem. These “unlocked” muscles can provide clues about problems elsewhere in the body.


What Conditions Are Used with Ap- plied Kinesiology? Applied kinesiology is primarily a


diagnostic tool. By addressing dysfunc- tional muscles uncovered through applied kinesiology, many patients find both heal- ing and relief to a corresponding issue. As a result, a number of treatments are typically paired with applied kinesiology:


· Nutritional counseling · Supplementation · Laser therapy · Acupuncture · Joint manipulation · Therapeutic massage · Detoxification


Nervous system problems are the most


common issues resulting from use of the applied kinesiology method. However, this innovative practice can address a wide range of concerns, including vertigo, headaches, abdominal pain, learning dis- abilities, osteoporosis, and other common issues.


The Truth About Applied Kinesiology A functional, holistic approach to


wellness and healing is essential for your overall well-being. Whereas traditional medicine rarely looks beyond symptoms,


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Written by Joe Draper, DC of Advance Wellness, 515 College Road, Suite 11, Greensboro. For more information, visit www.DrDraper.net or call 336-316-0827 for an appointment. See ad on page 13.


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