K-POWER® ELBOW, WRIST AND HAND PROTOCOL
K-POWER® ELBOW, WRIST AND HAND PROTOCOL

K-Power® Elbow, Wrist and Hand Protocol

A series of highly valuable manual muscle testing skills and effective techniques are used in this exclusive workshop to examine the 20 muscles of the elbow, wrist and hand regions with the skill of a professional. This workshop will equip you with the skills to effectively deal with injury, pain and restricted movement in elbow, arm and hand regions, and achieve rapid long-lasting results.

 

There are 10 muscles that cross the elbow joint, 9 muscles that cross the wrist joint (and another which lies close to it) and 5 more in the hand alone. Some muscles cross and affect more than one joint. All of these muscles are manual muscle tested and returned to optimal function, providing pain relief and improved range of motion by using the tools of Kinesiology.

 

Evaluation is best learned according to an organized system or protocol. We examine beyond just simple movement ability and according to a ‘flow’ of muscles where the manual muscle test for one muscle moves easily into the next muscle rather than by function or movement alone.

 

UPGRADE  YOUR CAREER.

 

FINE  TUNE YOUR SKILLS

 

  • Develop skills and understanding in evaluating, identifying, and balancing biomechanical, muscular, emotional, nutritional imbalances within the specific body region.
  •  A complete Muscle Test and Techniques protocol with research proven effectiveness.
  • Balance the cause of the symptoms rather than dealing only with symptoms and compensations.
  • Improve neural and Myofascial communication, circulation, mobility, flexibility, and sports performance.
  • Reduce the possibility of strain, and promote speedy recovery from an injury.
  • Greatly reduce pain in minutes and achieve long lasting results.

 

MUSCLES  COVERED;

 

  • Pronator Teres.
  • Extensor Carpi Radialis.
  • Extensor Carpi Ulnaris.
  • Flexor Carpi Radialis.
  • flexor Carpi Ulnaris.
  • Extensor Communis Digitorum.
  • Pronator Quadratus.
  • Extensor Pollicis Longus.
  • Flexor Pollisis Longus.
  • Flexor Digitorum Profundus.
  • Flexor Digitorum Superficialis.
  • Flexor Pollicis Brevis.
  • Adductor Pollicis.
  • Opponens Pollicis.
  • Opponens Minimi Digiti.
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