Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a system using basic muscle testing for evaluating areas of dysfunction within the body.
What is the ICAK? The International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK) is a non profit interprofessional organisation dedicated to advance manual muscle testing as a system of diagnosis for evaluating areas of dysfunction within the body. Read Me...
Annual Conference Join us in Washington D.C. on July 20-23, 2017, for ICAK-USA's International Meeting.
What is Applied Kinesiology? AK uses the Triad of Health. That is Chemical, Mental and Structural factors that balance the major health categories. The Triad of Health is interactive and all sides must be evaluated for the underlying cause of a problem. A health problem on one side of the triad can affect the other sides. Read Me...
Published Research Papers Several hundred studies have shown that musculoskeletal pain produces muscle weakness, the detection of which makes the manual muscle test invaluable in clinical practice. Read Me...
AK practitioners are all around the world! AK practitioners are located around the globe. Find a practitioner near you. Read Me...
Mission statement: To assess the current literature surrounding various procedures and education modules and the applications of the functional manual muscle test in clinical practice to ensure that ICAK education supports the use of evidenced based best practice.
Dr Trevor Chetcuti, DIBAK (chairman)
Dr. Alan Jenks, DIBAK (IBE representative)
Dr. David Leaf, DIBAK
Dr. Gary Domby, DIBAK
Dr. Lou Orbersteadt, DIBAK\
1 – Current List
This will be the current list of accepted procedures that will be updated.
As we update material these references will disappear and be replaced by an individual document on the topic as approved by the IBORS.
2 – List of current and previously published AK material
This section should list as many educational resources as possible that have been produced over the years on AK. Where possible they should link to sites where this material can be purchased from. Material should be divided under two headings, one with current material with material that provides funding to research at the top of this list and then a second group with material no longer in production/published.
3 – Link to having procedures/modules accepted
This section should provide all the relevant documentation on how procedures are accepted by the IBORS and documentation on the guidelines governing management and acceptance of new modules into the new ICAK education framework we are developing (This document will still need to be produced).