Applied Kinesiology is a sector of modern medicine that can lead to the accurate diagnosis and treatment of the structural, biochemical and psychological parameters of a patient's pathology.
It is used in a multitude of musculoskeletal conditions such as:
- Athletic injuries
- Cervical syndrome
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injury
According to the International College of Applied Kinesiology the treatment "is based on chiropractic principles and defines the manual manipulation of the spine, extremities and cranial bones as the structural basis of all its procedures".
Using the muscle test of most of the body's muscles as a means of neuromuscular communication and assessment, it facilitates the therapist to find the causes of the disease and the most effective treatment. In this way, with simple and neurologically targeted manipulations, mechanical problems of muscles, joints and spine can be corrected with unparalleled speed and precision.
The method is aimed at the holistic diagnosis of functional disorders of the body. It uses the muscle test as a reversal tool - bio-reaction of the Nervous system to different loads and challenges. Our method allows:
– To see the human body as a functional chain of interactions and interdependencies between various structures and systems of the body.
– To study disease as a violation of this functional chain. At the same time, the clinical manifestations are considered the manifestation of a sympathetically overloaded link in the affected chain, and from this point of view, the treatment applied to the pain point is irrational from the point of view of the pathogenesis of this pain.
– To consider how effective treatment is the correction of the mechanism of self-healing and self-development of the organism and the return of the normal functions of the nervous system using the appropriate stimuli (mechanical, biochemical, energy) that can restore the correct excitability and contractility in the tissues.
The choice of a diagnostic technique is based on the fact that the nervous system is the one that provides a huge number of connections in the body. In addition, its function is easily checked (with the muscle test) by assessing the speed of stimulation and the contractility of the motor elements it innervates. In addition, the use of the muscle test allows us to obtain a correct assessment of all parameters in a state of functional loading of the muscles.
Regarding biochemical and psycho-emotional disorders, through the muscle test, their deeper causes can be evaluated and their treatment can be personalized through treatment techniques that "reprogram" the central nervous system while simultaneously supporting the functioning of all regulatory systems - digestive, immune, hormonal and more generally of the autonomic nervous system.