Kinesiology has a significant impact on a wide range of health and well-being issues. Kinesiology can:
Anxiety and Panic Attacks
Fears and Phobias
M.E. / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Neck/Back Pain and Sciatica
Stress - Exams
Stress - Job and Family
Kinesiologists use muscle feedback as a stress monitor to identify imbalances in their client's structural, chemical, mental and emotional energy systems. By correcting these imbalances the kinesiologist is able to re-activate the body's built-in healing ability as well as identify external factors affecting the client's well-being.
Kinesiology does NOT diagnose, prescribe or treat in any way, medical conditions or named diseases; nor does it attempt to keep people away from doctors, drugs, surgery, or the skills of any health professional when they need them. Kinesiologists do not treat diseases or 'conditions'.
Dr Bruce Dewe and Joan Dewe, the founders of the ICPKP, have both been kinesiologists for over 20 years. They describe kinesiology this way:
"Kinesiology is a communication tool that enables a person to assess and upgrade their performance in all areas of their life. Kinesiology is the science of energy balancing and is grounded in the study of anatomy and physiology. Kinesiology uses muscles as monitors of stress and imbalance within the body. Kinesiology enables people to detect and correct various imbalances that may relate to stress, nutrition, learning problems, minor injuries and other issues they meet in their daily life." (ICPKP Definition)
The Kinesiology College of Canada is an Accredited College in British Coumbia, Canada offering a four-year program, BKP, PKP, TFH and various other related mini-workshops