Applied Kinesiology - Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a system for evaluating body function by means of muscle testing that is unique to the healing arts. While most people think of chiropractic in terms of dealing with spinal problems such as low back, herniated disc, leg and neck pain, etc., with the use of Applied Kinesiology many treatable conditions have responded favorably to this method of care.

  • What is Applied Kinesiology? - Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a system for evaluating body function by means of muscle testing that is unique to the healing arts. Applied Kinesiology

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