History of Muscle Testing

The initial seeds for muscle testing were planted at Harvard Medical School in 1915. As the research and application of muscle testing developed over the past century, it has been proven to positively impact the health and relationships of millions of people around the world.

1915

1st published paper

โ€œA method of testing muscular strength in infantile paralysisโ€

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1949

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Kendall and Kendallโ€™s landmark book

Muscles: Testing and Function

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1964

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Dr. Goodheart

Discovers that muscle testing can be used to gather information from the body and Applied Kinesiology is born

1978

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John Thie creates Touch for Health

A system of balancing posture, attitude and life energy to relieve stress, aches and pains, feel and function better, be more effective, clarify and achieve your goals and enjoy your life!

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1979

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Dr. John Diamond publishes book: Your Body Doesnโ€™t Lie

Documenting how you can ask your body whats best for your health

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2015

Dr. Anne Jensen | Oxford University

Completes Oxford DPhil demonstrating the accuracy and precision of kinesiology-style manual muscle testing

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2016

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Sensie is launched

By applying sensors and machine learning techniques we have created an objective signal for the manual muscle test

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Papers

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Estimating the Accuracy of Muscle Response Testing: Two randomized-order blinded studies

Anne Marie Jensen, DC, MSc, DPhil; Richard J Stevens, PhD; Amanda J Burls, MB, BS, FPH

BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine
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Food Allergies and Nutrient Imbalances

Alfred L. Scopp, Ph.D.

International Society of Orthomolecular Medicine
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On the Reliability and Validity of Manual Muscle Testing: A Literature Review

Scott C Cuthbert and George J Goodheart, Jr

BioMed Central
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Interoceptive Ability Predicts Survival on a London Trading Floor

Narayanan Kandasamy, Sarah N. Garfinkel, Lionel Page, Ben Hardy, Hugo D. Critchley, Mark Gurnell & John M. Coates

Scientific Reports
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Peer-Reviewed Scientific Studies

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Correlation of Applied Kinesiology Findings with Serum Immunologobulin Levels for Food Allergies

Walter H. Schmitt & Gerry Leisman

International Journal of Neuroscience