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What is Proprioceptive Medicine?

Edited highlights of a one hour lecture recorded live in 2009 where Simon King introduces proprioceptive medicine. Learn how muscles work and the reflexes that control them with astounding examples of the power of the proprioceptive approach. This program has been assessed by the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (National) Ltd and allocated 1 Formal Learning Activity […]

Another new muscle test

If you have been following my work for a while, you will know that the secret to good muscle testing is to be able to test in a way that best replicates the stresses that patients will find themselves under. Testing trunk rotation has always been a problem, until now. This new test makes testing […]

A Chiropractic Subluxation

In Chiropractic, a subluxation is not a fixation, or a bone out of place. To be classed as a subluxation, it must have an element of nerve interference. Too often this is simply inferred, but in this video, it’s obvious. Far from a “historical concept” the way the GCC claims, this video shows that it […]

Twice the range of motion

Proprioception is a powerful ally in improving flexibility and strength. In this video, a 65 year old man demonstrates how he doubled his flexibility and increased his strength (after 10 years of yoga) in just one month, simply by removing his metal crowns.

Why don’t some injuries heal?

Some injuries just don’t seem to heal no matter what treatment or therapy is used. This woman suffered for 12 years with low back pain after a whiplash injury. Turns out, the injury wasn’t the reason she didn’t get better …..

My teachers noticed the difference

A dancer tells how her teachers noticed how much stronger she was the day after she removed her belly piercing. She told all her friends to take their piercings out and nearly all of them noticed a difference too (all except two).

Weakness with very small amalgam

This is from the “leave no stone unturned” department. This young man loved to work out but his heavy lifting always damaged his back. That went on for months until I discovered that one, tiny amalgam filling was actually causing his weakness. He went on to make a full recovery once that amalgam was removed.

Denture Causing Weakness

Occasionally just the taste of the acrylic used to make dentures causes weakness. Some dentures, especially old ones are made with a very toxic chemical called monomer. Just the taste of this chemical is enough to cause weakness in some people.