Manual Muscle Testing is a tool to assess your client by eliciting a muscle response from an applied force and should be practiced regularly to be proficient. This class is applicable to any practitioner allowed physical touch within their scope of practice and/or serve as a precursor to Applied Kinesiology courses. After completion of this course the practitioner will feel comfortable with manual muscle testing concepts and procedures for correcting structural concerns, identifying insulting factors such as; disruption of microflora, hormonal imbalances, food sensitivities, environmental toxins, and testing of medicines.
Dr. Steinke uses Manual Muscle testing in her private practice in Gilbert, AZ. She has actively practiced Applied Kinesiology for over ten years and has completed the International College of Applied Kinesiology 100 hour Certification Course. Manual Muscle Testing Basics material was originally developed by the late Donald Baker, ND, DC.
Understanding of Manual Muscle Testing research
Correction of Manual Muscle Testing misconceptions
Correct Manual Muscle Testing terminology
Testing for insulting factors
Localizing Spinal Subluxations
Learning Respiratory manipulation
Testing Nutrients, herbs
Flowsheets for easy integration
Facebook group with Facebook live sessions to answer questions after course has been completed