Integrative Complementary 
Medicine Association

Is Muscle Testing or Muscle Monitoring Objective or Subjective? Or a Bit of Both?

  • 20 May 2013
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • College of Complementary Medicine, Hornsby

Registration

  • ICMA are excited to announce that Charles will be our Guest Speaker on Monday 20th May @6.30pm, presenting:

    Is Muscle Testing or Muscle Monitoring Objective or Subjective?

    Or a Bit of Both?


    Research is presented to show that Muscle Monitoring/Testing has both Objective (neurophysiological) and Subjective (Mental/Emotional) components components.

    To learn more and hear Charles present, please confirm your registration now!

Registration is closed

Dr Charles T. Krebs

Charles has fifteen years teaching and research experience as a former Associate Professor of Biology, St. Mary’s College of Maryland; a Research Scientist at the Queenscliff Marine Science Laboratory, and Chief Analytical Chemist and Head of the EPA Water Quality Laboratory for the State of Victoria.

 

Charles has published scientific papers & two books, A Revolutionary Way of Thinking and Nutrition for the Brain. He worked for over 10 years with Clinical Psychologists, Speech Pathologists, Neurologists and other health professionals, to develop the Learning Enhancement Acupressure Program (LEAP), a effective program for the correction of most learning problems.

 

With the recent explosion of neurological knowledge, Charles extended LEAP to develop AcuNeuroSyncSM a more encompassing system to treat many types of imbalances including Trauma, Immune, Hormonal and Skeletal-Muscular conditions. He has a busy clinical practice at the Lydian Center for Innovative Medicine in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, and conducts scientific research in various fields, teaches and lecturers on LEAP, Kinesiology, and Neurology internationally.


ICMA are excited to announce that Charles will be our Guest Speaker!

Monday 20th May @6.30pm

Presenting the topic

"Is Muscle Testing or Muscle Monitoring Objective or Subjective?

Or a Bit of Both?"


Research is presented to show that Muscle Monitoring/Testing has both Objective (neurophysiological) and Subjective (Mental/Emotional) components components.

To learn more and hear Charles present at this one off opportunity, please confirm your registration now!



Copyright Integrative Complementary Medicine Asssociation Incorporated 2013

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software