Early Bird Special – Save $55 through March 9!
18 CEUs for NJ Chiropractic and 15 CEUs for Massage Therapy
May also qualify for ICAK credits for those interested in becoming Diplomates of the International Board of Applied Kinesiology.
Introduction To Applied Kinesiology
A 15-hour program covering all the basic aspects of AK presented in only one weekend!
- AK History
- Triad of Health: Structural-Chemical-Psychological
- Five Factors of the Inter Vertebral Foramen (IVF): 1) Nerve Root (N) , 2) Lymph Reflex (NL), 3) Vascular Reflex-arteries and veins (NV), 4) Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF), 5) Acupuncture Meridian Circuit (AMC).
- Manual Muscle Testing (MMT), Standard Indicator Muscles (SIM): Gluteus Medius, Tensor Fascia Lata (TFL), Pectoralis Major Clavicular (PMC) & Pectoralis Major Sternal (PMS), for supine testing, Hamstrings, for prone testing.
- Therapy Localization-How to find the problem
- Challenge-How to correct the problem: A/C articulation, alarm pts, disc, cranial faults, diaphragmatic hernia, Imbrication, intraosseous subluxation, subluxation, fixations, stress receptors, etc.
- Postural analysis: How to read the body.
- Modular Distortion Patterns known as ROLL-PITCH-YAW (#1 & #2), and additional pattern called TILT. This system is both diagnostic and corrective. 99% of your patients have one or more of these patterns. Most notable is head forward which is PITCH.
- Origin and Insertion Technique (O&I) are used to strengthen or weakness any muscle through its effects on these proprioceptors.
- Gait Reflexes: These effect muscle operations in walking and running and are the cause of many reoccurring problems for patients if they are not treated.
- Common Conditions: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Hiatal Hernia (GERD), Ileocecal Valve Syndrome (open and closed).
- Cranial Faults: Inspiratory and Expiratory.
- Pelvic Categories of #1-#2 and #3.
- Fixation pattern of the spine how to test by using specific muscle testing bilateral weakness. Learn the difference between subluxation and fixations and what is the cause and how to correct.
- Temporal Sphenoidal Line: A quick diagnosis system to find a weak muscle.
Class hours: 9:00am-5:30pm with 1-hour lunch each day. Total class time: 15 hours. Must attend both days.
Instructor: Dr. Paul Sprieser, DC, DIBAK
Dr. Paul Sprieser has been a practicing chiropractor since 1969. In 1983, he became a Diplomate of the International College of Applied Kinesiology and since then, has been teaching healthcare and dental professionals (as well as veterinarians) about Applied Kinesiology and other topics. For years, he often co-lectured with the founder of Applied Kinesiology, the late George Goodheart.
Dr. Sprieser has been involved in clinical research in the areas of AK, learning disabilities, TMJ dysfunction and general health problems for over 30 years. He has published over 75 papers and is awaiting publication of a book for the general public on Applied Kinesiology.