Applied Kinesiology


Applied kinesiology uses a very reliable and precise feedback system of the body -- the feedback system between the muscles and the central nervous system. It was an American, Dr. George Goodheart, who detected a functional correlation between muscle and nerve systems.  Accordingly, he developed a simple test procedure to determine muscular functions. No mechanical or electronic support is needed. The patient holds a limb in position against the pressure of the doctor. In this way, any muscle and an abundance of functions can be tested. The results offer precise actions and therapeutic moves.


The main benefit of this method is clear data about what has to be done to solve specific health problems. Presuming that the body itself knows best what to do, subconscious functions do not lie. Thus only accepted therapeutic steps would be initiated by the doctor. It is a very selective method and it shows what to treat, where to treat and when to treat in which sequence.


Increasing self organization will take place. Improvement of autonomic function will be granted. There is hardly any situation in life which cannot be influenced and improved by this method. For instance applied kinesiology can tell us if nutrition has to be treated first, then neurolymphatic points and after that an unsolved psychological conflict, before reaching out to the "diseased" organ. That could be the heart or the intestine or any other organ.


Children with learning  difficulties can benefit most from educational kinesiology. Dentists can use this method to select compatible filling material for the patient. Again, at this point I would like to emphasize the marvelous relationship between these methods, such as the bioresonance therapy.