An evaluation is made from the results and then the proper route of therapy to treat the weakness can be utilized. The reason a muscle behaves weakly, according to applied kinesiology, is because the certain gland or organ that it is related to is weak.
Therefore, accessing the weak muscle problem can give insight into underlying ailments that can range from damaged nerves, organ problems, decreased supply of blood or imbalances in chemical composition. Kinesiologists believe that strengthening the weakened muscle can have a direct impact on helping and strengthening the organ it is linked to.
The various therapies associated with applied kinesiology include myofascial, meridian and cranial therapy, as well as many others. Sometimes a muscle that is strong enough is used as a test to find out what would cause it to weaken, such as whether it is a reaction to food or the environment.
If you choose to go to a session with a kinesiologist then you can expect to start the session by explaining details of your health history. Then tests will be conducted in order to evaluate blood pressure changes in different positions, such as sitting or lying down. These different positions and the way our blood pressure reacts to them can show whether the body is imbalanced. Other assessments include tests such as balance, reflex and sensitivity.
The next step is to test the strength of the muscle by applying pressure. If the muscle can withstand the pressure then it is considered a strong muscle, while those that react by twitching or giving up are labeled as weak and are a reason for concern. Some kinesiologists will test the strength of muscles while asking the patient to imagine certain scenarios, while food or substance related weaknesses are tested by under-the-tongue placement or holding the object in one's hand.
The types of treatments for applied kinesiology include realignment, acupuncture, craniosacral therapy, deep massage and changes in diet and nutrition.
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