OEBK - Austria Professional Association for Kinesiology

Physioenergetics®

Method & History

Physioenergetics®, a further development of Goodheart’s „Applied Kinesiology“, makes it possible to find networked causes of illness without the use of technical equipment. It uses the arm length reflex (AR) according to Van Assche as a test method. With the help of this reflex, a direct dialogue between the therapist and the patient’s system is possible.

DIAGNOSTIC METHOD

Physioenergetics®, also called „Holistic Kinesiology“, uses the arm length reflex (AR) according to Van Assche as a test method.

The AR is the expression of a unilaterally altered tone of certain muscle chains, which is expressed in an apparent difference in the arm lengths of the left and right side. With the help of this reflex, a direct dialogue between the therapist and the patient’s body is possible.

THERAPEUTIC METHODS

All therapeutic methods (acupuncture, meridian massage, reflex zone therapy, orthomolecular therapy, homeopathy, phytotherapy, osteopathy) can be tested via Physioenergetics®, depending on the therapist’s skills.

This results in a multitude of possibilities for the therapist to integrate the method into her/his own system and to treat her/his patients from a holistic point of view.

Origin of the method

Physioenergetics® is a holistic diagnostic and therapeutic system derived from kinesiology. In the 1960s, Dr. Goodheart (USA) found connections between the muscle strength of individual muscles and pathologies in subordinate organs and functional circuits.

Contributions to Physioenergetics®