Download PDF by David S. Walther: Applied Kinesiology: Synopsis

By David S. Walther

ISBN-10: 0929721039

ISBN-13: 9780929721033

628 pages, copyright 1988-2000 structures dc 275 Pueblo, Co 81004

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Even the reference and object beams to develop the interfer­ with this mass of neurologic activity, the hologram model ence pattern necessary for a hologram. appears to simplify the nervous system's action . "One of The hologramic model of the nervous system ap­ the elegant things about the holographic domain is that pears to relate to much sensory and motor function memory storage is fantastically great. Storage is also sim­ throughout the body. What other reason explains the tracts pler because all that is needed is to store a few rules rather crossing over to the opposite side of the body, with some than vast amounts of detail.

Subluxation are somewhat unpredictable. To therapy Therapy localization should be limited to the pa­ localize for a vertebral subluxation, one should find a tient touching the area to be evaluated. When the doc­ muscle that tests strong in the clear. This muscle is then tor or another individual touches the area, there may tested to evaluate for positive therapy localization. The be a change in the muscle test, either testing stronger patient touches the skin over a vertebral level, and the or weaker.

1 14. Westlake, PR, "Status of neuroholographic concepts," in Ho­ lography in Medicine - Proceedings of the International Sym­ posium on Holography, New York, 1973, ed P Greguss (Surrey, England: IPC Business Press Ltd, 1975). 1 15 . R Kohli, The Physiopathology and Treat­ ment of Functional Disorders (New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc, 1974). 1 1 6. , Nutrition Against Disease (New York: Bantam Books, 1973). 1 1 7. , "An amalgamation for progress," Spine, Vol 1 1 , No 6 (JuVAug 1986). 1 18 . Wing, TW, "Applied kinesiology, related organs, meridians,and ear-ricular therapy," Chiro Econ, Vol 2 1 , No 4 (Jan/Feb 1979).

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