Neurolymphatic Reflexes via Applied Kinesiology: a case report of low back pain

Neurolymphatic Reflexes via Applied Kinesiology: a case report of low back pain

A recent article sent to me by Dr. Donald McDowall from the medical journal JMPT titled “…Neurolymphatic Reflexes via Applied Kinesiology: a case report of low back pain…” describes the results of utilizing neurolymphatic reflexes via applied kinesiology to assist in diagnosis and treatment for a patient complaining of low-back pain. The patient was not helped by chiropractic and/0r medication and did not reveal any major pathology with imaging. After careful standard and applied kinesiology examination, the treatment was directed at home stimulation of the neurolymphatic reflexes associated with the large bowel. The stimulation of the neurolymphatic reflexes resolved the patients muscloskeletal complaints. The other interesting note is that after identifying the need for large colon treatment via neurolymphatic, the patient revealed that he had a congenital large bowel abnormality that caused digestion issues, but was disregarded as connected to his low back pain by other providers. The patient also reported improved digestion after neurolymphatic treatment. This case study point towards the effectiveness of applied kinesiology practitioners in revealing possible treatment avenues that may have not otherwise been discovered. More research is always needed, but this is a promising step in justifying applied kinesiology as a mainstream tool for help with diagnosing and treating various health complaints.

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  1. I want to to thank you for this very good read!! I definitely enjoyed every little bit of it.
    I have you book marked to look at new stuff you post…

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