Of the many factors that impact our health, unresolved psychological conflict or traumas can play an important role in affecting our body’s health.

Psychokinesiology is a method of diagnosing and treating conditions using muscle testing (autonomic response testing) as a tool to ascertain and determine unresolved conflicts in a patient’s life.

As we accumulate unresolved conflicts in our life, they behave as focal scars that create imbalances in our autonomic nervous system.  These foci impact our ability to handle stress and to heal from injuries. 

In standard medicine, it is frequently stated that psychological stress can have a profound impact on one’s health.  However, the methods of specifically diagnosing and treating the “stress” are non-specific and result in inconsistent healing.

Psychokinesiology is a method that can quickly pinpoint some of the major issues involved and the patient can be given specific treatment exercises that can more rapidly resolve these issues.

We use an adaptation of Roger Callahan and Dietrich Klinghardt’s psychokinesiological teachings along with an integration of neural therapy, acupuncture, and Qigong to help resolve these important issues.

It is quite surprising how quickly this method can narrow down and pinpoint the key issues that affect an individual and how quickly this method can help resolve what complex perplexing conditions.

Ironically, we have found that the conditions that the patient considers to be very physical in nature turns out to have a psychological basis and that conditions that are considered psychological/psychiatric have primarily a physical basis.

For example, we have resolved patients who have severe depression by treating an undiagnosed brain infection (e.g. Lyme disease), or by treating an undiagnosed toxin such as mercury, or a surgical scar on the body or head.

We have also have helped many patients who have initially appeared to have  primarily a physical cause for their problems who have improved dramatically with psychokinesiology. 

If a patient has a difficult physical or psychological condition, we always find it useful to screen patients for unresolved psychological conflicts and treat accordingly.