You probably won’t believe it until you experience it, but here is a video of a young woman who upon muscle testing (proprioceptive testing) demonstrated very marked muscle weakness in all of her lower extremity muscles.
It’s so frustrating for me to listen to people’s stories sometimes. They come in and tell me how they have been struggling with their health for 5, 10 years or more.
And in a matter of weeks we can often have them feeling better than they’ve felt in a long, long time.
It never ceases to amaze me how interconnected and complicated the human body really is.
Most people would never even think twice about an old scar causing trouble in the present. But it happens all the time. Scars cause a major disruption in the electrical system of the body, essentially short-circuiting parts of the body.
Imagine this scenario…
You start to have pain in an area of your body, such as your lower back or knee. What if I told you the true root cause of your pain could be coming from an old appendix scar from 20+ years ago?
What would you say?
Previous back surgeries lead to scar tissue formation in Dawn. When testing the nerve pathways in the lower legs it was found that she had a severe foot drop on her left leg.
But what is interesting is we could immediately regain the function using a systemic enzyme formula. Watch the video to see what this looks like.
It never ceases to amaze me the stories patients tell me….
Where in any area of life does it not matter what the cause of a problem is? What profession?
We certainly aren’t going to get rid of our technology, but we do have to be aware of what it is doing to us.
In this video you will see Chris Costello from Renaissance Fitness & Kettlebell Skool having trouble with an abdominal muscle. In particular, I found it was the Transverse Abdominus Lower Division on the left side.
Did you ever think that dental braces could cause knee pain? Watch this video to see how far-reaching an effect dental braces can have.
As science moves forward and Applied Kinesiology practitioners continue to perfect their craft, we prove more and more how interconnected the human body really is.
The problem is in the back, right? Maybe not. And I would argue, quite often the REAL problem isn’t! The back pain is merely a symptom, or a compensation by the body.
Yes! Your gallbladder is important!
You may not need it to survive, but to have a fully functional body that is able to do all its functions, you want your gallbladder.
Unfortunately, way too many people are having their gallbladders removed. Why the need? Why are so many people today having their gallbladders removed?
Learn more on the following video…