This is an exciting, dynamic and very sophisticated system of kinesiological testing (muscle testing) which allows the practitioner to discover the imbalances or blockages that are impairing optimum health and function.
Total Body Modification (TBM) deals with the causes, not the symptoms, as it sets the body in motion to heal itself. With TBM, we are able to evaluate, reset and rebalance or “turn on” internal organs and most of the known body functions by stimulating reflex points typically located along the spine.
Sometimes musculoskeletal problems originate in the organs, in which case, TBM can help to address the problem. TBM is wonderful at helping to balance blood sugar metabolism, improve water utilization, neurological function (thinking, concentration, memory), strengthen the immune system’s response (virus, bacteria, fungus/yeast, parasites), open energy circuits to facilitate energy flow, enhance digestion and circulation, identify organs that are not functioning optimally, and also assist in clearing emotional blocks.
TBM is also wonderful at eliminating allergies and sensitivities to foods and the environment, as well as harmonizing the body to the effects of medications, pollutants, and toxins of all sorts. If we cannot change our environment, (that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try), then we must learn to live within it by eliminating the effects on our health.
How Does TBM Work?
Total Body Modification uses the neuromuscular reflex test and body access points to tap into the body’s bio-computer and read functional programs. We recognize that certain conditions produce predictable patterns in the spine. Corrections are usually made by means of respiratory spinal treatment of these patterns, or by soft tissue manipulation. TBM often looks like magic to the uninformed, but as Doc. always says, “When the right thing is done to the body at the right time, miracles happen”.
A typical treatment lasts between 15 and 45 minutes, with the patient fully clothed, both sitting and lying down at times. Treatments may be repeated as necessary, depending on the condition and the patient’s needs.