Applied Kinesiology: Muscle Response in Diagnosis, Therapy, and Preventive Medicine
Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, Oct 1, 1985 - Health & Fitness - 160 pages
A practical and reliable diagnostic tool that has emerged over the past twenty-five years, kinesiology is the study of the mechanics of bodily motion, especially muscle movements and their relationship to our body systems. Viewing the body as a balanced triad of structure, chemistry, and mentality, applied kinesiology gauges muscle response to pinpoint underlying physical problems. Within 30 minutes, a competent kinesiologist can evaluate bodily functions and provide a readout on the workings of the glands, organs, lymphatic system, circulatory and nervous systems, circulation, and muscle-bone structure. Applied Kinesiology demonstrates how this technique can be of practical use for everyone.
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Introducing Applied Kinesiology
The Triangle of Health Structure Chemistry Mentality
What Applied Kinesiology Can Do for Your Family
Your First Kinesiology Examination
Checking Your Glands and Organs
Testing Your Bones and Muscles
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