What's Clinical Kinesiology?



What is Clinical Kinesiology:

Clinical Kinesiology (CK) is a system of measurement and a tool that allows the patient's subconscious to guide the physician's diagnostic path and the preferred prioritized therapeutic sequence. CK is a non-invasive diagnostic procedure that accesses the biological function of a patient and is a radical departure from the invasive techniques commonly used today.

Dr. Alan G. Beardall, DC developed the most extensive amount of research known today on muscles of the human body. Not only does his work contain detailed information on the proper function of each muscle but it also contains the most specific method of testing each division of each muscle as well as treatment protocols for all the factors contributing to healthy muscles: neurolymphatic reflexes, neurovascular reflexes, visceral organ reflexes, muscle acupuncture point, spinal vertebrae, spinal myomere level, Lovette Brother vertebrae, cranial bone, foot bone, nutrition, as well as a method to determine the emotional component preventing restoration of normal function. Dr. Beardall was a pioneer of biological research in the human body.

Alan's work models the body as a living biological computer. By using the language of the Biocomputer a dialog can be developed which provides insights into the causal and contributing factors for the presenting symptomatology. The Physician can then provide a much more holistic and lasting treat that addresses causes as well as symptoms.