applied kinesiology


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applied kinesiology

A type of kinesiology which uses muscle testing in relation to all body functions.
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The patient was physically examined with the focus upon the symptom history, particularly upon the function of muscles and joints and reflexes related in applied kinesiology to the adrenal gland (Figure 1, p.
She learned a form of applied kinesiology called muscle testing and trained with Dr.
Jennifer Greenfield, doctor of chiropractic, specializes in Applied Kinesiology, a system that evaluates the structural, chemical and mental aspects of health using manual muscle testing with other standard methods of diagnosis.
The reader would also be at a disadvantage in not being able to do the applied kinesiology to identify the intolerable foods.
Applied Kinesiology is more difficult to perform (though not substantially).
The purpose of Muscle Management for Musicians is to introduce musicians to applied kinesiology so they can improve overall performance and prevent injuries.
He describes the body's energy patterns and discusses the relevance of such techniques as acupuncture, homeopathy, prayer, and applied kinesiology to energy therapy.
There is no evidence that cytotoxicity tests, provocation-neutralization, electrodermal testing, applied kinesiology, iridology, or hair analysis has diagnostic value for allergic rhinitis.
The chiropractors "knew" that applied kinesiology works, so it must be the testing method that was defective.
MAY 9-10: APPLIED KINESIOLOGY BASIC COURSE (Session 8 of 8) with Gary Domby, DC in Bellevue, Washington (near Seattle).
Goodheart made his initial discoveries of Applied Kinesiology in 1964.
Applied Kinesiology (AK) can improve your quality of life from the womb to the tomb.

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