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THE IMPORTANCE OF MANUAL MUSCLE TESTING CAN BE DIVIDED INTO TWO SEPARATE PARTS
The first is helping with the diagnosis. Muscle testing is used to help diagnose what is working abnormally. There may be a problem with the nervous system, lymphatic drainage, vascular supply to a muscle or organ, a nutritional deficiency or excess, a problem with the cranio-sacral-mandibular mechanism, an ascending podal problem, an imbalance of the meridian system or a host of other problems. The ability to test individual muscles in a precise manner and be able to determine what alters the relative strength of a muscle provides us with very useful information and helps even more when combined with knowledge of the physiological and basic mechanisms of the body. It helps us to diagnose exactly what is wrong.
Muscle tests do not replace standard clinical examination. For example, under certain conditions, such as hypoglycemia, patterns of specific muscle weakness can be found. But these same weaknesses may be present due to a nerve problem. Only an adequate history of the patient, coupled with standard examination procedures and, if necessary, results of biological tests allow proper treatment of the patient. The use of taught procedures accelerate the review process and allows the exclusion of other possible causes of health problems of your patient.
The second is the treatment phase. Here, Dr. Georges Goodheart and other doctors of the ICAK , International College of Applied Kinesiology, have adapted different methods of treatment of the problem that has been diagnosed. From nutrition to chiropractic adjustments from cranial techniques to acupuncture / meridian therapies, from myofascial techniques to neurological coordination procedures to the latest medical theories involving control of the vascular and nervous system, all these approaches can be used to balance the malfunction found in the patient.
This method borrows from different disciplines and is used as an additional tool to help define what imbalances are present and correct them accurately. In addition to the basic knowledge of the practitioner, it will give him speed and accuracy in the exercise of his art, direct care exactly where the patient needs it, but also enable him to check the stability of his adjustments during control visits.