Journey To Healing

The Art and Science of Applied Kinesiology

Non-Fiction - Health - Medical
294 Pages
Reviewed on 05/19/2019
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Achieving true health is indeed a journey and it is not just simply the absence of disease. True health is unique to each person and will allow every individual to live each day of their lives at their personal best. Journey To Healing: The Art And Science Of Kinesiology by Eugene Charles, D.C. is about Applied Kinesiology which follows a different model. Healing is done through various muscle manipulation techniques, acupuncture, nutrition, chiropractic techniques, cranial therapy, specific exercises, and mind/body procedures. The author introduces this unique healing system which is relatively unknown and gives readers information about it.

Muscles, bones, nerves, and organs are interconnected and co-dependent. This book gives good insights on a topic that is not generally known to readers and will help them realize how helpful the technique is to patients and that there is an alternate way to healing and dealing with health problems. The book also tackles various health conditions and how Applied Kinesiology addresses these conditions. The author speaks about the topic in an expansive and methodical way and he uses simple language so that it will be easy for readers to comprehend. Traditional medicine may not be effective all the time. The author's personal experiences make it easy for readers to understand Applied Kinesiology. This is an interesting and engaging book for readers who are on the lookout for alternative ways to heal themselves.