Tag Archives: Muscle testing

Mind Body-Neuro Emotional Technique

Neuro Emotional Technique Your emotions and mindset are a major factor in your wellbeing. They dictate your happiness in life, your successes, you freedom, and your health. This is the big missing link in the health care model and in … Continue reading

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Your health is perfect

Letting your health shine through Over the years I have had many patients with a myriad of symptoms at once. When I see a combination of health issues such as: Back pain, anxiety, digestive discomfort, or whatever they may be, … Continue reading

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Looking deeper into muscle relationships

Holistic muscle relationships 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 … Continue reading

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What makes Applied Kinesiology so effective

Applied kinesiology treatment of muscles The simple treatment that started Applied Kinesiology (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 … Continue reading

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What is Applied Kinesiology?

Applied Kinesiology muscle testing, what is it? In 1964 Dr. George Goodheart was working on one of his patients who had a chronic shoulder problem. He examined the muscle that was responsible and with a little work it seemed to … Continue reading

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Back to your regularly scheduled symptoms

Symptoms that have a time of day Symptoms may show up at specific time every day for a few reasons. One is that acupuncture meridians related to your organs are on a daily schedule. Acupuncture meridians are defined paths of … Continue reading

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Applied Kinesiology basic course in the Washington, DC area

2015 basic AK course in the Washington, DC area There hasn’t been an Applied Kinesiology muscle testing basic certification course in the Washington, DC for quite some time. In 2015 that is going to change. We are currently looking at … Continue reading

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What to do with the toughest patients!?!

Where to start with your toughest patients! When I was a new doctor, I never worried about what to do with even the toughest patients. I learned from my mentors in Applied Kinesiology to look for the weakest part of … Continue reading

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Muscle – Acupuncture Meridian relations

Muscle relations to Acupuncture Meridians Through his brilliance and curiosity, Dr. George Goodheart rediscovered what the ancient Egyptians knew thousands of years ago, there are muscle relations to acupuncture meridians. What are the implications of this?  If I know the muscle … Continue reading

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Functional Biomechanics

A Muscle Testing Approach to Physical Medicine Here is a class that I developed for the Canadian Association of Orthopedic Medicine that I will be teaching in Portland, Oregon. It is an applied kinesiology based biomechanics therapy class. I have included … Continue reading

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