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Oakmead Clinic / Kinesiology

“All matter has energy” – Einstein

Kinesiology is based on the principle that muscles, organs and glands are connected by a network of energetic channels that are often referred to as meridians. Emotional or physical stress can disrupt this natural flow of energy and disease is said to result when these pathways become imbalanced.  A wide range of powerful techniques, acupressure massage and nutritional recommendations help guide you back to optimum health. “But where’s the proof?” I hear you say! A 2005 study revealed the meridian channels when exposed to a particular form of light. A number of other studies since then have explored this new knowledge further – although of course, to the Chinese, this isn’t new knowledge at all as work on the meridians (acupuncture, acupressure or others) has been the main...


Food Intolerance Testing using Kinesiology

First of all, what is Kinesiology? Kinesiology is a non intrusive means to help detect food intolerances and other imbalances in the body. It works on the same energy meridians as acupuncture. It does not aim to replace medical diagnosis and treatment. If you think you may have a food allergy please see your doctor. What is the difference between food allergies and intolerances? Food Allergy A food allergy is a severe reaction which occurs within 3 hours of eating a culprit food. This type of immune response involves the IgE antibody and a histamine response. Symptoms can appear as hives, rashes, sneezing, or shortness of breath or other symptoms. Some IgE allergies can result in an "anaphylactic" reaction, which can be potentially fatal. Please consult your doctor if...