Are past injuries or pain holding you back from participating in activities?

If so, Applied Kinesiology might be for you. Learn how to repair muscle damage with Applied Kinesiology below.

Applied Kinesiology or “AK” is a system where muscle testing is used to help the doctor restore balance and enhanced function to the human frame.

Some muscles are regulated by the nervous system. The heart, for example, pumps blood throughout the body, and the diaphragm helps us breathe. Others move voluntarily by us communicating with them via the brain to tell them what we want them to do.

Sometimes these muscles become weakened through trauma. All types of accidents…auto, work, recreational, sporting, even dental trauma, can overstretch muscles too far. The result is a muscle that doesn’t work properly anymore causing other muscles to shorten and spasm in an attempt to help out the weak muscle.

We live in a fast-paced world. Accidents happen all the time and some are worse than others.

Most of the time our bodies handle trauma well; we have a few days of downtime and we are up and running again. However, there are times our bodies don’t handle the trauma, and we suffer from it, either immediately or later…sometimes much later in our lives.AK-logo

Applied Kinesiology helps find the muscles that have been weakened through trauma.

Applied Kinesiology also helps restore normal function of the weak muscle by turning the muscle back on. It requires no exercise, no weights or rubber bands. Moreover, once a muscle is turned on, it won’t need to be turned on again, it is now back to 100% function for life.

If you (or someone you know) feel like old injuries or pain is holding you back from living fully, I can help. My name is Dr. Joel Vickers. I am a Doctor of Chiropractic who specializes in Applied Kinesiology. Call The Nutritional Healing Center of Ann Arbor to schedule your appointment with me and let me help get your body functioning the way mother nature intended it! Call Today 734-302-7575

Yours in health,
Dr. Vickers

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