The correct diagnosis is a precondition for successful treatment!
Special attention is given to the person and their individual medical history.
The goal is to find out what body control systems are interrupted, due to what cause, in order to find the right individual therapy.
Our diagnosis consists of a synthesis of the traditional medical diagnosis -history of the disease, the evaluation of X-rays/CT /MRI, the evaluation of laboratory tests and the clinical examination- and an extended diagnosis, consisting of the person’s personal sensation of pain, the nature of their disabilities, physical examination and functional muscle testing of applied kinesiology.
Applied kinesiology is a functional neurological diagnosis through the muscular testing.
With the results of the testing and through the application of various specific external stimuli the therapist can classify the cause of muscle dysfunction and intervene in the most appropriate way.
With specific external stimuli (manual arrangement, lymphatic drainage, application of vitamins, massage, etc ...) the therapist can diagnose the cause of the dysfunction, understand the origin and cause chain. Thus treating it more effectively with different physiotherapeutic, osteopathic and complementary medical techniques.
An inhibited (weak) muscle will immediately change its state (to strong) when the therapist applies the appropriate stimuli and the patient will notice an improvement.
We are looking for the causes of the problem and we intend to capture it in all its complexity and fix it permanently- not only permanently managing the symptoms.
With the results of the applied kinesiology tests, an individual treatment plan is developed using the following methods:
BMS (biomechanical stimulation)
FDM (fascial distortion model) according to Typaldos
Dental focus healing, in cooperation with dentists
What ailments and diseases can be treated using applied kinesiology?
At the muscular level (muscle - skeletal) ...
Dysfunctions - muscle and joint pain (with or without existing pathology), lower back pain, Dorsalgia, Tendonitis, Cervical, Protrusions and herniated discs, sports injuries acute/chronic and /or recurrences etc.
At the visceral level ...
Digestive system, food intolerances, fungi, hiatus hernia, irritable bowel, premenstrual syndrome, restriction, etc.
At the cranial level ...
Skull-mandibular dysfunctions, bruxisms, sinusitis, headache, migraines, vertigo, dizziness, nausea, etc.
At a preventive level ...
Recognize/identify the regulatory state of the body and prevent possible alterations of the nervous, organic or metabolic systems (e.g. food intolerances in preparation for competitions)
.. Chronic pain or tiredness, hormonal, immunological dysfunctions, post-traumatic stress syndrome, dental and orthodontic problems: dental splint test, to alleviate pain caused by a bad bite (headache, spine and limb pain), focus of discomfort , interference fields, TMJ disorders, heavy metal pollution; (Fibromyalgia)
In principle, the Applied Kinesiology can be used for all diseases and complaints.
First example: Both the colon (large intestine) and the muscles that mechanically secure the internal part of the knee (m. Gracilis etc), are innervated by lumbar segment 2 (L2, located in the lumbar area). A food allergy that produces an immune reaction in the intestinal mucosa, can cause afferent and recurrent vertebral block in the mentioned segment. As a consequence, there can be an inhibition of the medial musculature of the knee, where the patient suffers pain, which increases the possibility of traumatic injuries. Through oral administration of lactobacilli, the associated muscles recover their function and strength instantaneously, allowing the therapist to obtain the necessary information to carry out the causal treatment guidelines for knee pain.
Second example: Patients with a bad mandibular occlusion usually have short or long-term problems in TMJ (temporomandibular joint), which can cause cervical, headache, dizziness, tinnitus (tinnitus) pain. The therapist asks the patient to clench their teeth tightly while simultaneously exploring the inhibited musculature in the cervical area and shoulder girdle. The therapist introduces into the interocclusal space a lingual depressant that slightly releases the bad occlusion by balancing it, just as the muscle involved instantly recovers strength.
After diagnosis, a dental treatment will be recommended to the patient
Frequently treated problems
- Joint pain
- Spinal pain
- Neck Pain
- Muscle tension
- Headache and facial pain
- Jaw problems
- Muscle and tendon pain (for example, tennis elbow, Achilles tendon pain ...)
- Sensory disturbances (numbness, tingling)
- Muscle weakness, contractures
- Balance problems
- Odor and taste disturbances
- Tinnitus, hearing changes
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Chronic or recurrent infections and inflammation frequently
- burnout syndrome
- urinary urgency