KINESIOLOGY AS A COMPLEMENTARY THERAPY
Ideally kinesiologists like to work alongside allopathic medical practitioners. Kinesiology should not be seen as an ‘alternative’ to conventional medicine, but as ‘complementary’ to it. Kinesiology is not used to diagnose diseases: this is the realm of the physician. Nor is kinesiology a tool for precognition! Its protocols identify the exact nature of blockages in the energy flow. Once the imbalances have been identified, a variety of techniques are used to release these blockages. This allows the body’s innate healing processes to reassert themselves so that the body may heal itself.
The treatments encourage the body’s natural rhythms which, with regular enhancement, will ultimately renew the harmony and wellbeing of body, mind and spirit. I liken it to putting the ‘right note of music into your personal symphony’. Someone once said: ‘There are no incurable dis-eases, only incurable people’.
Kinesiology has been known to help on a physical level: aches and sprains, muscular pain, asthma, body fatigue, candida overgrowth, clumsiness, food and substance sensitivity, headaches, indeterminate pain, mineral and vitamin deficiencies or excesses, nutritional deficits, postural problems and skin problems; an emotional level: addictions, fears and phobias, allergies, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorders, self-worth issues, smoking, stress and trauma; a mental level: Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, negative behaviour patterns, negative belief systems, concentration problems, dyslexia, learning challenges, setting goals and team building; and an energetic and spiritual level: balancing body and meridian energy.