Foreword Preface Manual muscle testing - a modern diagnostic tool Therapeutic considerations The muscles [95 in total] Neurovascular reflex points of the muscles of the skull Anterior neurolymphatic reflex zones of the muscles Posterior neurolymphatic reflex zones of the muscles Nerves of the brachial plexus and nerve bottlenecks Nerves of the lumbosacral plexus and nerve bottlenecks Muscles - organ (meridian) - relation to nutrients References and further reading.
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Classic manual muscle testing has been shown to be an invaluable clinical tool in evaluating muscle function and for the assessment of patient recovery from neuromuscular dysfunction. Advances in Professional Applied Kinesiology (PAK) have 'fine tuned' traditional understanding to bring muscle testing into another dimension. Many of the diagnostic bonds of the past have been broken, allowing for an unsurpassed range in functional diagnoses. An extremely sensitive tool, PAK muscle testing allows the clinician to evaluate a much wider array of complex systems (cranial nerve problems, joint receptor abnormalities, and acupuncture meridian imbalances) than can be made using the classic testing methods. The English language edition of this highly successful handbook has been specially prepared for the international reader. The most up-to-date PAK tests are described as well as myofascial stretch testing and post-isometric relaxation techniques. The handbook carefully explains testing procedures for almost 100 individual muscles; many more than are found in other texts on the subject. In a unique, quick reference approach, the book not only reviews muscle anatomy and physiology, but also offers many clinical pearls with regard to possible causes of muscle dysfunction. Accompanied by a wealth of illustrations, the book is clearly written in a user-friendly 'double page' design that maximizes understanding. (source: Nielsen Book Data)