Specific chiropractic adjustments (both classic and light touch methods)
Extremity adjustments: feet, knees, hands, elbows and shoulders.
Cranial and TMJ (skull and jaw techniques)
Nutrition: diet, herbs, vitamins.
Sports injuries of all types
Applied Kinesiology: Manual muscle testing that affords a total person analysis and method of treatment.
KBMO: “We offer Food Sensitivity Testing that measures sensitivities to up to 132 different foods, coloring and additives using the Food Inflammation Test. The FIT Test yields many benefits, including: uncovering which foods are causing inflammation and disease, developing a personalized nutritional guide, and improving a patient’s state of health and energy levels. The test is the most sensitive food test available using new patented technology.”
Dutch: Hormone testing- “The Dutch Complete™ is our flagship product. This test is a comprehensive assessment of sex and adrenal hormones and their metabolites. It also includes the daily, free cortisol pattern, organic acids, melatonin (6-OHMS), and 8-OHdG.”
Brain Span: “Cell dysfunction is the source of all pain, inflammation, and chronic disease. Brain span is a simple test that can measure the inflammatory balance of your cells and help reduce pain, lower inflammation, and even decrease your risk of dementia.”
Pick any joint in the body and I probably have at method of analysis and treatment for it. Better still is using functional neurology and applied kinesiology to determine “how this area of the body /or symptoms relate to another” which may in fact be the true cause of your problem
Most of us live in the NQR area and hopefully not in the disease/pathology area. Yet for the most part, we all started in the optimal health area and through the years, we end up coping in the NQR area. We get to the NQR are via injuries, infections, age, stresses of all kinds, habits, life styles, etc..
The medical profession specializes in the disease/pathology realm. Alternative health care givers work in the NQR area. How often have you heard of someone (maybe you) who went to the MD with symptoms only to be told, “All the tests were normal, go home and call me is it gets worse”? All too often, I’m afraid. Well working in the NQR area is not always easy in that you have less to measure via standard tests. This is where my tools of chiropractic, nutrition, applied kinesiology come into play. These methods assist me in determining not only what is not “quite right” but also why and what to do about it. Therefore, if you or someone you know is “NQR” they need to do something to handle the situation and prevent the progression toward “Dis-Ease”. This is a battle we all have to deal with and with health care costs on the rise; it behooves us to be proactive to feel better while saving money and suffering down the road.