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Applied Kinesiology.






Dr. Jamieson is a integrative chiropractor, certified as a professional in Applied Kinesiology.

Dr. Jamieson specializes in Applied Kinesiology. He is an active member of the ICAK, and is certified by the ICAK as a Professional in Applied Kinesiology. He has integrated other techniques with Applied Kinesiology into one protocol, which allows him to help patients heal faster and more effectively. As a result, our treatments may take 45 minutes. Every visit maximizes healing for both brain and body, addressing structural, nutritional and sometimes also emotional imbalances.  Patients don’t need to come in as often and they spend less money.


What is Applied Kinesiology?

Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a very complex system that uses Manual Muscle Testing (MMT) as a diagnostic tool and corresponding corrective therapy based on the findings of the MMT. It identifies structural, biochemical and emotional stressors that cause weaknesses in your brain and body and offers corresponding treatments for each weakness.


AK is more than just muscle testing. It’s a way of thinking. It helps us to figure out why a patient has certain symptoms. It’s a system that tailors the treatment to the patient, using different tools. As is common in other practices, we don’t fit our patient to a specific treatment but we custom develop a treatment relative to their problems.


Applied Kinesiology (AK) is based on functional neurology. In addition to principles of functional neurology, some of the other techniques or tools Dr. Jamieson has integrated in his AK system are:

·         NRT or Nutrition Response Testing

·         NET or Neuro Emotional Technique

·         TBM or Total Body Modification

·         P-DTR or Proprioceptive Deep Tendon Reflex Technique

·         MFT or Morphogenic Field Technique



What is Muscle Testing and what do we do?

Other satisfied patients have referred most of our new patients to us. Did you hear about us from someone who was very happy with his or her results? However you heard about us, you probably want to know what “Muscle Testing” or “Nutrition Response Testing/NRT” is and what we do.


NRT is very precise and scientific. However, if we were to analyze you using NRT before it was explained to you, you might find it strange or simply not believable - because it is very different from anything you have experienced before. Quite frankly, if you want to get healthy and stay healthy, it is important that you understand what NRT is, and what our recommendations are based on. Otherwise, you are less likely to follow through and actually do what you need to do to get well. To put it simply, if you don’t follow through, you won’t get well. And if you are not going to get well, why do it in the first place?

The results we have had with NRT are often in the 90% and better range. The only reason we are here is to help you get well. We have no other reason for being here, and hopefully you are here for the same reason. That is why we want to make sure you have the correct understanding of NRT right from the start.


So again, if you are new to Muscle Testing and Nutrition Response Testing, we encourage you to educate yourself by reading an article by Dr. Fred Ulan.


Applied Kinesiology and Muscle Testing is only for experienced professionals.

Our neurological systems consist of nerves which connect our brain and spinal cord with various organs into systems like the digestive, endocrine, and reproductive systems.  Just as your organs are connected via nerves into systems, your muscles are also connected and aligned with the same systems. Muscles relate to the organs of the same system. For example the deltoid (a shoulder muscle) relates to the lungs. The pectoralis major (a chest muscle) relates to the liver. If those organs are weak or diseased, the muscles relating to those organs will be weak. 


Applied Kinesiology is a very complex system and can only be as effective as the practitioner who practices it.

Unless the practitioner understands which muscles, meridians and lymphatic points relate to which organs and systems and is proficient in the corresponding corrections, he or she cannot identify the weakness, its causes, nor correct it.  

For more information on AK, please visit the International College of Applied Kinesiology online at www.icak.com.


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