Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a diagnostic tool that fully assesses and integrates the structural, chemical and emotional aspects of health.
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Applied Kinesiology: An Overview
Applied Kinesiology can help restore normal function to the nervous, endocrine, immune, and digestive systems, and determine previously unsuspected food or chemical sensitivities. By addressing the underlying health of these systems it can treat symptoms such as IBS, autoimmune conditions, fatigue, stress, metabolic syndrome as well as men and women’s health issues. The goal of Applied Kinesiology treatment is to intervene early enough to prevent illness and increase overall health and well-being.
What is Applied Kinesiology?
Applied Kinesiology is primarily concerned with the assessment of neuromuscular function (i.e. how well the nervous system is activating and regulating muscles) and how it relates to the regulation of structural, chemical and mental aspects of physiology. It recognises that the body is an integrated, self-healing and self-regulating system. A central tenant of Applied Kinesiology is that in order to achieve and maintain overall health the structural, biochemical and mental/emotional aspects of health must be addressed and supported as deterioration in the health of any one of these can affect all three