Non-Invasive Assessment of the body with Dr. George Springer
Applied kinesiology is a rapid, painless, and non-invasive way to assess the body’s systems including level of function, toxic influences, and hormonal/metabolic regulation. The procedure evaluates changes in muscle strength response in reaction to different items being tested.
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Increase Energy & Vitality
Decrease Headaches & Stress
Meet Dr. Springer
Dr. George Springer has practiced alternative medicine for 35 years with an emphasis on treating chronic disease conditions. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) from Logan University where he graduated magna cum laude. He went on to receive his Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (N.M.D.) from the American Naturopathic Medical Institute. Dr. Springer treats all forms of chronic disease with an emphasis on getting to the root cause of the condition. In addition, he treats digestive and hormonal issues utilizing all natural solutions to resolve these problems.
Dr. Springer draws on 40 years of clinical experience treating more than 15,000 patients with a wide range of chronic health issues. If you’re experiencing mystery symptoms or issues that traditional doctors have been unable to resolve, Dr. Springer can help.
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60% of people in the US have one or more chronic health conditions:
Autoimmune disease, Asthma/Allergy, IBS/IBD, GERD, Eczema/Psoriasis, & Depression/Anxiety to name a few. Often these ailments are treated with prescription medicine, only covering up the symptoms rather than solving the issue.
Dr. George Springer challenges the “pill for every ill” approach in conventional healthcare that treats symptoms without addressing the underlying cause(s) of health issues.
If you’re experiencing mystery symptoms or issues that traditional doctors have been unable to resolve, Dr. Springer can help.
Muscle testing is also known as applied kinesiology (AK) or manual muscle testing (MMT). It is an alternative medicine practice that can effectively diagnose structural, muscular, chemical, and mental ailments.
No. Kinesiology is the scientific study of human movement. Applied Kinesiology (A.K.) is a non-invasive system of diagnosis and treatment used by health care professionals.