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Bad Retainer

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Why Proprioceptive Testing?

Proprioceptive muscle testing is different from anything else. It is designed to test a patient’s ability to withstand an outside force and the truth is, that’s all that matters.

How effective your testing is depends on your ability to test in a way that is relevant to their body and the stresses it is normally under, sometimes that means being creative with how we test and not relying on the standard Kendall and Kendall muscle testing system.

Here is a quick video demonstrating just a couple of new techniques that will be explained at this years’ seminars.

The seminars will be new and improved. Once you register, you will get full access to the online seminars so you can go through the material ahead of time and be able to spend the seminars having your questions answered and your techniques refined.

Proprioceptive Muscle Testing Illustrated

Blog, Chiropractic

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 is real, demonstrable and treatable by a chiropractic adjustment.

A Chiropractic Subluxation



Blog, Case Histories, Dentistry

Dental crown and pins

Tina Vincent in NZ showing how dental crowns caused stress and anxiety plus a lack of strength in a patient.

Amalgam & Metal pins Client B

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Gold Crowns

Gold Crown

Blog, Case Histories, Jewellery

Belly piercing and low back weakness

Belly piercing

Blog, Featured, Jewellery, Proprioception

The withdrawal reflex

In the last blog I showed how the myotatic reflex works to prevent our body being damaged by an outside force.

The withdrawal reflex (also known as the flexor withdrawal reflex) also exists to keep us safe.

Whenever our skin is stimulated, our muscles respond appropriately to remove us from harm’s way. Continue reading

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