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Kinesiology - Ireland
What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology, or Human Kinetics, is a non-intrusive complementary therapy. It is the scientific study of human biomechanical movement. Complementary therapists use Kinesiology to assess issues with the neuromuscular system to help in the evaluation of what is wrong and how to treat patients that are in difficulty.
Kinesiology studies human movement in a wide range of contexts such as physical exercise, routine daily activity, at work, in play and during sport. By testing muscles Kinesiology can reflect overall state of the body.
Kinesiology employs a collaboration of muscle monitoring and the principles of Chinese medicine to assess energy and body function.
Human Kinetics (as Kinesiology is sometimes termed) aims to develop a full understanding of the necessity of human movement and activity for physical and psychological well-being.
Kinesiology - Main Objectives
1) Appreciation of the
body's physiological and psychological reactions to sharp short term physical
In order to realise these ambitions Kinesiology involves researching a wide varIET®y of scientific and other academic areas such as biology, chemistry, physics, psychology, sociology and even history. This is because human body responds to physical activity at many levels from the single cell to the entire wider socIET®y. Truly Kinesiology is a holistic therapy.
How Does Kinesiology Work?
Kinesiology works by identifying imbalances in the structure, chemistry and the emotional state of the body. The therapy recognises that the energy flow through the body involves and relates to muscles.
By particular non-intrusive investigative techniques a Kinesiologist can identify with great accuracy where imbalances in the body lie. Patients are required to put their limbs in specific positions while the Kinesiology therapist applies minimal pressure yet gaining feedback about the condition of the patient.
Once the therapist has assessed specific problems then safe non-invasive techniques are brought to bear on the problem areas thereby re-balancing and energising the patient. Effective and lasting solutions to most conditions can be achieved by six (or less) visits to a qualified Kinesiologist.
What Conditions can Kinesiology be used to Treat?
Common medical conditions treated by a Kinesiology therapist are headaches including migraine, food sensitivities, low energy, sleeping problems, and digestive difficulties. Kinesiology can be used to treat the following medical conditions also, pain including back problems, psychological stress, anxiety, lack of energy, breathing difficulties, sports injuries, frozen shoulder, acne, allergies, hay fever, and nervous disorders.
It can also help with general well-being, personal development and general lifestyle issues.
Irish Kinesiology Therapists
Irish Representative Body for Kinesiology
The main representative bodies for Kinesiology in Ireland are The Association of Systematic Kinesiology in Ireland, the Kinesiology Association of Ireland, and the Irish College of Neuroenergetic Kinesiology. Contact details are as follows:
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