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TMJ dysfunction, applied kinesiology, and chiropractic

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  • November 30, 2016
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Applied kinesiology (AK) is the study of muscles and the relationship of muscle strength to health. Kinesiology taps into the biochemistry of the body and we are able to ‘read’ levels of imbalance through the amazing tool of Muscle Testing, everyone is different which is why many modalities work for some people and not others. John Kaye, aka ‘Croc’ and has been providing kinesiology balance sessions since 2002. The patient�s current major complaints are pain in the tailbone, right shoulder, and right neck. If so you could be suffering from ileocecal valve syndrome (ICV). The Emotion Code developed by Dr Bradley Nelson (Doctor of Chiropractic) is designed to help the body release trapped emotions and restore balance within the electrical body. Western medicine is limited treatment options for tinnitus, not a prescription drug for this disease yet.

When the ileocecal valve is stuck open waste products can back up into the small intestine (much like a backed up kitchen sink drain) disturbing your digestion and also creating unhealthy toxins that are absorbed into the body. There are different types of Kinesiology, Classical, Health, Education, 3 in 1, Creative and Progressive to name a few, but they all use muscle testing as the basis for their work. In applied kinesiology, there are techniques to find the dysfunctions (or cranial faults) and to find out how to fix it. Together with your practitioner you’ll work together to identify goals, finding out foods which you may be sensitive to, and will also work with the underlying emotional issues. In order to stay balanced, the brain pressures the muscles of the spine to keep the body upright and properly centered. Furthermore, allergies are related to both toxins and emotional experience. If a muscle is out of balance, the muscle will become weak in the presence of an applied stimulus, such as when a practitioner applies a consistent force on a muscle in order to observe the body’s response.

But it is certainly worth checking no matter what the patient suffers from.

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