Applied Kinesiology

What is AK?

Applied kinesiology (AK) is a form of diagnosis using muscle testing as a primary feedback mechanism to examine how a person’s body is functioning. When properly applied, the outcome of an AK diagnosis will determine the best form of therapy for the patient. Since AK draws together the core elements of many complementary therapies, it provides an interdisciplinary approach to health care.

What is a AK exam?

A very comprehensive exam including:  Detailed history, Symptom Survey Computerized assessment, Urinalysis (testing with chem strip, Koningsburg (chloride excretion), vitamin c, calcium, and oxidative stress), ACG, Zinc talley, Oral PH, Neurological exam, Posture assessment, muscle evaluation, Meridian evaluation, Feet and extremity examination, Complete nutritional assesment, and standard physical exam. The goal is to treat the person with the symptom and not the symptom.  In so doing, the body will correct itself.  Like filling the car gas tank up, the low gas light goes off.  A good doctor evaluates carefully, corrects the problem, and then re-evaluates to to look for long and permanent correction.  Applied Kinesiology concerns itself with the over 350 muscles of the body that are responsible for movement and posture.  Through watching you walk and observing your posture, I can capture the dozen or more imbalances and have several entry points as a chiropractor, traditional meridian therapy, even emotions and organ chemistry.  We supply the therapy and observe for postural balancing and walking corrections.  The results are often dynamic and fast.

A very comprehensive exam including:  Detailed history, Symptom Survey Computerized assessment, Urinalysis (testing with chem strip, Koningsburg (chloride excretion), vitamin c, calcium, and oxidative stress), ACG, Zinc talley, Oral PH, Neurological exam, Posture assessment, muscle evaluation, Meridian evaluation, Feet and extremity examination, Complete nutritional assesment, and standard physical exam. The goal is to treat the person with the symptom and not the symptom.  In so doing, the body will correct itself.  Like filling the car gas tank up, the low gas light goes off.  A good doctor evaluates carefully, corrects the problem, and then re-evaluates to to look for long and permanent correction.  Applied Kinesiology concerns itself with the over 350 muscles of the body that are responsible for movement and posture.  Through watching you walk and observing your posture, I can capture the dozen or more imbalances and have several entry points as a chiropractor, traditional meridian therapy, even emotions and organ chemistry.  We supply the therapy and observe for postural balancing and walking corrections.  The results are often dynamic and fast.

Where can I get more info on AK?

If you are interested in learning more about Applied Kinesiology please click on the following links:

International College of Applied Kinesiology