Saturday, August 23, 2014

Applied Kinesiology and Nerve Entrapments

Nerves are subject to direct pressure, stretch, angulation, friction , torsion, ischemia, edema and malnutrition -- with the motor fibers most vulnerable to distress.

The strength and stability of peripheral nerves is incredible. It should remembered that axons can be over 3 feet long, have differing sources of blood supply, bend and move constantly, rub on various tissues hard and soft and yet the axon is just one cell!

For this reason the AK techniques of challenge and therapy localization make the precise discovery of the site of nerve entrapment AND the best manipulative approach for its correction BOTH profound and simple!
From the book (2013):

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