therapy-localization-applied-kinesiologyIn this whitepaper, authors explore Therapy Localization, an applied Kinesiology technique that involves a patient placing a hand, which is not being tested, on the skin over an area suspected to be in need of therapeutic attention. It has been said that fingertip contact may lead to a change in muscle response from strong to weak, or the opposite, when therapeutic intervention is specified.

Here, authors explore manual muscle testing and whether or not there is agreement between examiners and instrumental confirmation of muscle classifications produced by therapy localization. Click on the link below to read more.

Reliability and Validity of Therapy Localization as Determined from Multiple Examiners and Instrumentation