Tag Archives: muscles

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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Muscle symmetry as an indicator of health

Muscle symmetry and dural torque 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 … Continue reading

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Muscles are related to Acupuncture Meridians

See Acupuncture Meridians by looking at Muscles Dr. George Goodheart was a true genius and I am very grateful to of least spent a small amount of time with him. He was the person responsible for the rediscovery of “Muscle … Continue reading

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Chiropractic Washington DC – Food sensitivities affect your spine

Chiropractic adjustments are undermined by certain foods Here is something that optinghealth.com don’t know. The foods you eat have an affect on the muscles of your body. The bones of your spine are supported and guided by your muscles. You … 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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