Total Body Modification (TBM) is an advanced kinesiology technique that evaluates, rebalances and resets energy imbalances found in the organs and functions of the body that require resolution before an individual can achieve true health. It identifies the imbalances using the technique of muscle testing, and corrects the problem by restoring balance to the nervous system by stimulating reflex points located along the spine.
How it works
Where traditional Chiropractic techniques are used to correct the structure of body to enhance its function, TBM sets out to correct the functional physiology, which in itself improves the body’s structure.
The various components of the nervous system are all controlled by the brain. Like a computer, sensory nerve fibres deliver messages to the brain, which in turn interprets them before instructing body parts via motor fibres what to do next.
The neurons (nerve cells) located in the centre of the brain are responsible for controlling individual body parts. When a body part is put under stress, so too are the corresponding neurons which depolarise. As a result, the brain receives the message, but no instruction is returned from the brain to the organ. This leads to a consequent loss in control over the affected body part or organ.
A TBM practitioner can identify and rectify the problem by the combined use of muscle testing and stimulation of specific reflex points along the spine corresponding to various body parts/ systems. An instrument or a hand itself is used to make the corrections, and your practitioner may also give you small vials to hold while performing a manual muscle test. This will allow them to identify any allergens or chemical stressors specific to your health.
In stimulating the specific areas of the spine in a set way, the damaged neurons of the brain are repolarized, allowing the brain to regain control over affected body part. This removes any roadblocks to recovery the individual may have been experiencing, restoring the function of their nervous system allowing optimum health.
Benefits of TBM
TBM may be used to treat the symptoms of:
• Medication side effects
• Chronic Fatigue
• Viruses including colds and flu
• Joint and back problems
• Crohn’s disease
• Diabetes and glaucoma.
Other benefits TBM has to offer include:
• Restored organ function
• Equalised blood pressure
• Relief of chronic pain
• Enhanced digestion
• Increased circulation
• Stabilisation of sugar metabolism
• Improvement of water and protein metabolism
• Increased general immunity, including resistance to viruses, bacteria and parasites.
• Lifting of emotional blocks in the body
• Increased energy levels
• Increased awareness, memory and concentration
• Jet lag and allergy relief symptom relief.
• Increased efficacy of homoeopathic treatments.
(Information from naturaltherapypages.com.au)