Research into Kinesiology techniques

Oxford University Research Archive

The accuracy and precision of kinesiology-style manual muscle testing: designing and implementing a series of diagnostic test accuracy studies. DPhil. University of Oxford.Research Exclusive.

Oxford University Research Archive

DPhil Dissertation Abstracts – AJensen – Kinesiology-style manual muscle testing—ajensen.pdf

Investigating the validity of muscle response testing: Blinding the patient using subliminal visual stimuli

The Impact of Using Emotionally Arousing Stimuli on Muscle Response Testing Accuracy

Estimating the prevalence of use of kinesiology-style manual muscle testing: A survey of educators

Subluxation: The Cause or Simply a Sympton

A Mind-Body Approach for Precompetitive Anxiety in Power-Lifters: 2 Case Studies

How Do You Treat Stress in Your Practice?

Intermittent low back pain referred from a uterine adenomyosis: a case report

Treating Spider Phobia Using Neuro Emotional Technique™: Findings from a Pilot Study

The accuracy of kinesiology-style manual muscle testing to distinguish congruent from incongruent statements under varying levels of blinding: Results from a study of diagnostic test accuracy

OTZ Tension Adjustments for Frozen Shoulder Syndrome: A retrospective case series of 50 patients

Developing the evidence for kinesiology-style manual muscle testing: A series of diagnostic test accuracy studies