AK: Applied Kinesiology
MRT: Muscle Response Testing
Muscle Response Testing (MRT), simply stated, is an Energy Connection.
It is a Technique that utilizes a Muscle Response as an Indicator and Assessment of the Energy Status of each Organ, Gland, System, or Structure.
This Energy Assessment is accomplished by Testing one or more Reflexes, which are similar to Acupuncture Points and Meridians, and Monitoring the Reactance of the Muscle when in contact with these points.
The more the Body reacts when an Energy Imbalance is located, the Weaker the Muscle. In MRT the practitioner typically applies a single, downward push on the wrist of a patient’s outstretched arm while also making contact with a specific reflex point on the patient’s body.
The Gentle, but Firm Push is like a subtle “Question” and the Muscle Reactivity Response is the “Answer.”
Muscle Response Testing Offers HopeIn MRT neither Symptoms nor Specific Diseases are Treated. It is a “Technique” in which the Doctor can correct the subtle-energy imbalance by finding and treating the cause. It is Focused on Wellness.
In the Analysis, MRT aims to discover what Caused the Energy situation whereby Disease might flourish. With this information a personalized, specific management plan can be created and implemented to care for the Patient as a Whole—Body, Mind, and Spirit. With MRT patients are given Hope!
Finding the Cause of Disease:
A good example to understand why MRT is so effective at finding the “Cause of Disease” is to compare it to a Code Reader used for Car Repair. Your “Check Engine Light” comes on and you plug in the computer and it tells you what is wrong.
MRT is like accessing Your Body’s “Computer.”
Your Body tells the MRT Practitioner what is Wrong so the Diagnosis is Never incorrect.
It isn’t an educated guess or process of elimination like the differential diagnosis process that Western Medicine uses.
This is why MRT often times is “More Effective” in Restoring Health especially in Cases that seem “Difficult or Impossible” for Traditional Medicine.