Dynamic kinesiology

The second style I use is Dynamic Kinesiology it very good at linking factors which may be  causing the muscles to go weak such as toxins, memories, lack of vitamins etc with a complex issue and then choosing which correction will strengthen the muscle. Dynamic Kinesiology uses a single muscle as an indicator to find out more information about what may be causing the problem and what you have to do to fix it ( which includes seeing a professional e.g. councillor ).

For example the memory of a minor car accident may subconsciously  cause excessive stress in the neck / shoulder area when driving, causing headaches. With this technique I can help you find what aspect of the accident effecting you the most and which therapy will be most suited to overcome this stress.

I may use Dynamic Kinesiology when a client returns with the same problem after a short time (within 6 months, rarely happens).

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Disclaimer: The information provided in this website is for educational purposes only as well as to give you general information about posture and the muscular system it is not to provide specific advice. By reading this article you understand that there is no direct relationship between your problem and that discussed. The information provided in this article should not be used as a substitute for competent professional advice from a professional.


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