A Successful Applied Kinesiology Patient Case Study
I had a patient come to me complaining of Fibromyalgia
and pains which were accompanied by depression. By using AK, I was able to determine that he was suffering from a slight scoliosis of the back. This structural factor caused him to improperly balance his weight, which led to pain in his joints and muscles.
The constant pain he was feeling was taking a toll on his mind. If you add in the fact that he was consuming a large amount of processed foods, which were giving him "sugar rushes" followed by abrupt "crashes," it is easy to see how one small problem was affecting his life. By using Applied Kinesiology Treatments, I was able to cure his problem.
Applied Kinesiology Treatments
There are so many conditions that can be treated using AK, which can easily include, but not be limited to:
- Gastro Reflux Disease, also known as GERD
- Digestive Disorders
- Food and Environmental Allergies
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Knee and Shoulder Pain Related to Joint Problems
- Chronic Migraines and Headaches
It is safe to say that I use some facet of AK in every condition I treat. As an Applied Kinesiologist, I believe that the human body functions together as a whole. If just one part of the body is out of alignment, then all parts of the body suffer.
For example, the deltoid muscles are attached to the lungs. If the deltoid muscle is not functioning in the expected manner, the lungs quit functioning in their expected manner. A weak deltoid muscle can lead to difficulty breathing. By using AK to strengthen the deltoid, I can also strengthen lung function.
are another condition that responds well to AK. Often, muscle weakness is attributed to a sensitivity to a certain food. In other words, you may have a slight allergy that you are unaware of. By placing different types of food on your tongue, I can determine if any of these are causing decreased muscle function. In the same manner, I can place different vitamins and nutritional supplements on your tongue and then test your muscles to see which ones actually strengthen your muscles.