How Kinesiology
Detects Infections

How Kinesiology Detects Infections
[ Podcast Part 4/11]

Dr. Inna Topiler: So you know what we’re talking about, you know, blood work and some of these other ways to look at infections. We obviously know that there are so many infections out there that most doctors aren’t even testing the gamut. And so many of them are missed because of all the things that you mentioned. And so you use something called kinesiology to check for infection. So let’s talk about that to see how we can figure out what the infections are and then we can get into what we can actually do about them because there is a lot we could do, which is very exciting.
Dr. Garcia: Yes, Testing the body energetically through muscular contractions and relaxations. And it is not necessarily an easy technique to master. And like everything else, it takes practice and it takes concentration. And so, for example, when we think about each one of us, if we want to open and close our hand and make a fist, we don’t have to know the anatomy or physiology involved in making that fist. I don’t have to know that my brain is creating an electrical signal somewhere in the white cortex matter of the brain. And then it’s going down through the brain stem, crisscrossing, going over to the other side of the body, going down through the brachial plexus nerves and then going down the arm. And at the same time, drawing more circulation through the arteries of the hand. I don’t need to know any of that physiology or anatomy in order to open and close my hand. All I need is the intention to do so. And so let’s think about that for a second. We talk, walk, do all of these, you know, normal things just by thinking about it. We don’t understand the biology and physics involved. And so with
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