I've had sessions by two different kinesiologists and they were both very different. The first one did manipulations etc, integrating some reflexes and treatments there and then with a few things to follow up on. It felt good, I liked her but two sessions produced no changes that I could determine.
The second, a man, was more scientific and practical. He muscle tested using the right leg as he said this was the strongest muscle in the body (where the first practitioner used the arm). He diagnosed a hormone imbalance the remedy which was a teaspoon of coconut oil three times a day. Now that did have an effect.
So kinesiology can be applied in different ways by different practitioners.
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