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Kinesiology Guide

Kinesiology Guide

Whats on This Page:

What is Kinesiology ?  

What Happens During kinesiology ?

What is Applied Kinesiology ?
What is Specialized Kinesiology or Energy Kinesiology ?
What is Kinesiologic Medicine ?
Learning Kinesiology

Kinesiology in Manchester

 

Kinesiology Guide

 

What is Kinesiology ?   Back to top

Kinesiology is defined primarily as the use of muscle testing to identify imbalances in the body's structural, chemical, emotional or other energy, to establish the body's priority healing needs, and to evaluate energy changes brought about by a broad spectrum of both manual and non-manual therapeutic procedures

 

Kinesiology means kinein move aisthesis perception, it was developed in 1964 by Dr George Goodheart. Kinesiology uses muscle testing as a biofeedback technique to determine imbalances or problems in the mind and body. 

 

Specialized Kinesiology tests your muscle by applying pressure to them the response to the pressure determines weather the muscle is working properly, muscle imbalances can cause a verity of complaints. Kinesiologists make use of the acupuncture points and meridians . It could be said that Kinesiology is a tool to determine muscle balance.

 

 

What Happens During kinesiology ? Back to top

Applied kinesiology is based on the idea that the body is an interacting unit made of different parts that interconnect and affect each other. Everything we do affects the body as a whole; therefore, a problem in one area can cause trouble in another area. According to kinesiology, the muscles eventually register and reflect anything that is wrong with any part of the body, whether physical or mental. Thus, a particular digestive problem might show up in the related and corresponding muscles of the legs. By testing the strength of certain muscles, the kinesiologist claims to be able to gain access to the body's communication system, and, thus, to read the health status of each of the body's major components.

The manual testing of muscles or muscle strength is not new, and was used in the late 1940s to evaluate muscle function and strength and to assess the extent of an injury.

 

Applied kinesiology measures whether a muscle is stuck in the "on" position, acting like a tense muscle spasm, or is stuck "off," appearing weak or flaccid. It is called manual testing because it is done without instruments, using only the kinesiologist's fingertip pressure. During the first and longest appointment which lasts about an hour, the kinesiologist conducts a complete consultation, asking about the patient's history and background. During the physical examination, patients sit or lie down, then the kinesiologist holds the patient's leg or arm to isolate a particular muscle. The practitioner then touches a point on the body which he believes is related to that muscle, and, with quick, gentle, and painless pressure, pushes down on the limb. Patients are asked to resist this pressure, and, if they cannot, an imbalance is suspected in the related organ, gland, or body part.

 

This diagnostic technique uses muscles to find the cause of a problem, and is based on traditional Chinese medicine and its idea that the body has common energy meridians, or channels, for both organs and muscles. Kinesiologists also claim that they are able to locate muscle weaknesses that stem from a variety of causes such as allergies, mineral and vitamin deficiencies, as well as from problems with the lymph system. Once the exact cause is determined, the kinesiologist uses his fingertips to work the appropriate corresponding acupressure points in order to rebalance the flow of energy and restore health. Often he will recommend a complementary program of nutrition therapy.

 

What is Applied Kinesiology ? Back to top
Applied Kinesiology was founded in 1964 by the American chiropractor George Goodheart and are now used by chiropractors, osteopaths, medical doctors, dentists and others with a license to diagnose. Dr. George Goodheart found that evaluation of normal and abnormal body function could be accomplished by using muscle tests. Since the original discovery, it now includes evaluation of the nervous, vascular, and lymphatic systems, nutrition, acupuncture, and cerebrospinal fluid function.
The International College of Applied Kinesiology, ICAK.

What is Specialized Kinesiology or Energy Kinesiology ? Back to top
During the 1970 -90's other kinesiologies formed away from Applied Kinesiology and are now grouped into Specialized Kinesiology or Energy Kinesiology. Examples are Educational Kinesiology, Touch for Health,  n, Applied Physiology, Biokinesiology, Applied Neurogenics, Transformational Kinesiology, and many more. 
Thousands of therapists now uses Specialized Kinesiology as a profession of its own or as part of other alternative therapies or natural medicine.
The International Association of Specialized Kinesiology, IASK

What is Kinesiologic Medicine ? Back to top
Applied Kinesiology is part of Kinesiologic Medicine. Kinesiologic Medicine was first created by the American/Italian chiropractor Anthony Gil in Milano. It refers to the techniques and different kinesiology methods outside the officially accepted techiques of Applied Kinesiology Kinesiologic Medicine is used today by professional therapists like chiropractors, medical doctors, acupuncturists, naturopaths, osteopaths, nutritional therapists.

 

What are the benefits?
Kinesiology restores the whole system to balance, and can induce self-healing process.
It can benefit the following-

  • Increase energy and vitality

  • Relieve physical pain and tension and improve posture

  • Heal traumas

  • Enhance brain function and co-ordination

  • Find and clear underlying causes of energy blocks/imbalances/diseases

  • Low back pain, sciatica

  • Headaches, migraine

  • Postural abnormalities

  • Disc injuries and nerve root irritation

  • Acute onset and sports injury

  • Stress related disorders

Learning Kinesiology Back to top

International College of Applied Kinesiology

The basic 100 hour course in Applied Kinesiology is open to those persons who have completed a 3000 hour full time undergraduate education (i.e. 3 years) in a basic medically oriented degree - medicine, dentistry, veterinary, osteopathy, chiropractic, physiotherapy etc.

Kinesiology Federation
There are currently 12 schools of advanced kinesiology recognized by the Kinesiology Federation to choose from.

http://www.kinesiologyfederation.org/training.php

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Kinesiology in Manchester Back to Top

Mr Harry Simpson DO

01744 883737
106 Higher Lane, Rainford
St Helens, WA11 8AZ

Jennifer Rose Harrison

14 Leamington Road
Urmston
M41 7AZ

0161 202 9296
healerwithinu@yahoo.co.uk

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