In the evaluation, the reflex points are utilized by using what looks like kiniesiology (or muscle testing) but it actually measures the bioelectrical reflexes of your body.
The chiropractor points to a reflex and pushes on the extended arm to test for resistance. When a reflex is active or electrical the arm being tested goes down because the previously strong arm can not resist the downward pressure.
Does Muscle Testing diagnose health problems?
No, it is not a diagnosis, prescription, cure, or treatment. It is information that comes from knowledge of the body, the doctor’s experience with getting health information this way, and over 20 years of expertise in the field of nutrition where the doctor has helped thousands of people using this technique to achieve a better level of health.
Muscle Testing has over 30 years of accuracy
Muscle Testing has been around for over 30 years. It was originally developed and researched by an extraordinary chiropractor, Dr. D.A. Versendaal, D.C. of Holland, Michigan. Over the years he as worked with an M.D., a clinical nutritionist, a dentist and a hematologist to verify it’s accuracy.