Kinesiology

Kinesiology

Kinesiology is the science of the interrelationship between the function (physiology) and structure (anatomy) of the human body with respect to movement. Its basic premise is that the body already knows what it needs. It is the outgrowth of the failure of any one system of correction to solve all health problems.

Disease has a core level where it starts. Clinical kinesiologists are interested in three factors that influence each other and your health: physical, chemical and mental. If the three factors are not at adequate levels, when stressed your body begins to make adaptations. These do not correct the problems, but enable your body to “get by” and continue. This is known as functional disease, and this is where a majority of health problems are found. The longer you remain in this state, the less efficient you become at handling even everyday stresses.

The basic premise of kinesiology is that the body already knows what it needs and could communicate that to use if we were smart enough to speak its language. That is where muscle testing comes in, as the body has its own inner wisdom and can tell if asked and interpreted correctly. With these answers, healing can begin.