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Animal Applied Kinesiology (AK)
for Cats, Dogs, Horses (Equines), Rabbits and Other Pets

by Gina McCulloch D.C., IVCA, IEBWA

What is animal Applied Kinesiology (AK) for cats, dogs, horses (equines), rabbits and other pets button - grey/white yingyang picture What is it?

Applied kinesiology for cats, dogs, horses (equines) and other animals is a non-invasive, holistic approach to restoring and maintaining your pet’s good health.

It uses muscle testing to evaluate the function, structure and balance of your pet’s body and to determine whether any energetic blockages or imbalances exist.

Therapists stimulate therapeutic points and may give nutritional advice to encourage the body’s natural healing process.

It is often referred to as an alternative, integrative, complementary, natural and / or holistic medicine for cats, dogs, horses (equines) rabbits and other animals and pets.

How does animal Applied Kinesiology (AK) for cats, dogs, horses (equines), rabbits and other pets work button - grey/white yingyang picture  How does it work?

Your pet’s muscle function is controlled by its central nervous system. Muscle groups also share energy pathways with internal organs.

Applied Kinesiology for animals looks at the ability of your pet’s (e.g. cat, dog, horse, rabbit etc.) muscles to respond to gentle pressure. From the strong, normal or weak responses, therapists detect structural, chemical, emotional and energetic imbalances.

Applied kinesiologists for animals will remove blockages and restore balance by stimulating therapeutic neurovascular and neurolymphatic points with gentle pressure.

Applied kinesiology for animals can be used as a standalone treatment or in conjunction with other therapies such as chiropractic, osteopathy, homeopathy, acupuncture, naturopathy etc.

What can animal Applied Kinesiology (AK) for cats, dogs, horses (equines), rabbits and other pets help with button - grey/white yingyang picture  What can it help?

There is evidence based research and/or anecdotal evidence that Animal Applied Kinesiology has helped cats, dogs, horses (equines), rabbits and other pets with:

  • Allergies
  • Back pain
  • Confusion
  • Depression
  • Digestive problems
  • Fatigue (Chronic & Acute)
  • Food allergies
  • General wellbeing
  • Lethargy
  • Neck Pain
  • Nervous system disorders
  • Nutritional imbalances
  • Pain relief
  • Sports injuries & Trauma
  • Stress -emotional, mental and physical

Select another Animal Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM), Therapy or Remedy for your cat, dog, horse (equine), rabbit or pet.

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