Kinesiology for pain

  • Do you have any residual pain months after an injury that is already healed?

  • Do you suffer from pain, have done every possible test and nothing can be found to justify it?

  • Do you suffer from any chronic conditions?

  • Is your pain worse with stress or fatigue?

  • Do you have general stiffness?

  • Is your pain related to bad posture?

  • Do you suffer from a series of physical symptoms and emotional that seem disconnected?

Pain, especially if it is ongoing can be debilitating and emotionally and physically exhausting. 

The interplay between the mind and body is particularly important in the area of chronic pain.

Sometimes pain occurs for no known cause, or long after an injury has healed.

If, despite a complete physical assessment and even a visit to a specialist or two, no one can find a reason behind your physical complaints, it may be your body's way of letting you know that your mind is in distress.

We now know that a person's experience of pain is shaped by the complex emotional and cognitive processing that accompanies the physical damage or sensation. So pain really is in your head as well as your body.

Activities in the “thoughts” and “emotional’ area of our brain can change the actual experience of the pain for better or worse.

Using Kinesology and muscle monitoring, we can directly tap into the body wisdom and identify where the blockages lie not only in the physical body but also from an emotional, nutritional and energetic point of view.

I use a range of gentle structural corrections, associated with TCM principles and acupressure as well as working on the emotional charge to address pain.