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What Can Kinesiology Treat?

I knew I had to try kinesiology after a friend raved about it helping her hormone imbalance. But what else can kinesiology treat? Turns out, it may be beneficial for a whole host of health conditions and concerns.

What is kinesiology?

Kinesiology is an energy therapy. It uses various muscle monitoring and testing techniques to bring balance back to the body’s energy system.
It does this in a non-invasive way, with the understanding that if you have any issues in your energy system, your body will reflect and reveal them. During a session, your practitioner will use many different methods to diagnose and correct those problems.

When to consult a kinesiologist

Kinesiologists take a holistic approach to health. This means the practitioner won’t just address one issue you’re experiencing (such as migraines or stress), but rather look at your entire body on a physical, emotional, nutritional and psychological level. For instance, when you experience chronic pain, this can have a knock-on effect on your mental health – as well as manifest itself in other physical symptoms. So your kinesiologist will pinpoint ‘blocks’ to the flow of energy, and work to bring all systems back into harmony.
You might try kinesiology to help with:

  • Headaches and migraines
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Digestive issues
  • Posture or coordination
  • Insomnia or low energy
  • Nutritional deficiencies or sensitivities
  • Musculoskeletal problems and injuries
Me? I decided to see a kinesiology on my friend’s recommendation, even though I didn’t have one particular health problem at the time. Instead, I just felt a bit low, with a few niggles and aches, some hormonal issues, and a sense of being ‘out of sorts’.
Since kinesiology is a holistic, gentle therapy, it was perfect for looking at all my symptoms, connecting the dots, and helping me get back on track and feel myself again.

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