Posted in Alternative Medicine, Energy Medicine, Health, Integrative Medicine, Kinesiology, Mental Health, Stress Management on 09/29/2010 02:21 pm by admin
- InternationalCollegeOfHealingArts.com (Only Kinesiology college in North America offering the PKP program)
- ICPKP.com (Founders of Professional Kinesiology Practice)
Dr. Kokayi interviews fellow practitioner Erin Davis, and instructor Ken Campbell, on the practice of kinesiology as taught by the International College of Applied Kinesiology. Erin Davis practices with Dr Kokayi both in Manhattan and at his Manhasset office and Ken Campbell is a senior faculty member for the College. The practicality and depth of kinesiology is discussed in regards to a study that has been completed in South Hampton, UK, documenting in the strictest scientific controlled format, the efficacy of this system. Moreover this system of kinesiology has been used effectively in a maximum security prison in South Africa with the result that several inmates have been granted the privilege of teaching in minimum security prisons, something totally unheard of. Dr Kokayi also has Erin review her handling of a couple of his patients to emphasize the power of a wellness model of health where you start from the unlimited potential that each client can tap into when trying to realize their health and life goals . Kinesiology programs and sessions that are still open for the fall can be found on internationalcollegeofhealingarts.com.
Posted in Health, Kinesiology on 12/02/2009 01:06 pm by admin
Guest: Ken Campbell
Dr Kokayi continues his discussion on applied kinesiology with Ken Campbell and Erin Davis, faculty members of the International College for Professional Kinesiology Practice (ICPKP). Joining them are students including a NY Podiatrist, George Morgano and two other lay students. The conversation touches on various aspects of application of applied kinesiology, from pain management to emotional relief, to facilitating the augmentation of various healing and restorative properties of the body. More information can be found at the internationalcollegeofhealingarts.com. This is a professional training discipline that is offered to lay people as well with opportunities for professional development.
Posted in Health, Kinesiology on 11/25/2009 02:37 pm by admin
DUE TO SOME TECHNICAL ISSUES, ONLY PART OF THIS SHOW WAS AIRED.
Guest: Ken Campbell
Well folks I have no words of wisdom concerning misgivings day tomorrow. A day called thanksgiving that clearly means different things to different cultural groups. One thing is for sure, those of us who are caught in the endless shuffle of being wage earners must use this time off to not only relax and enjoy the company of family and loved ones but to strategize about how to not only ensure survival but to prosper in the years ahead. America is truly in its winter season with no end in sight. We can not depend on government and corporate interests to do what is best for everyday Americans. They are becoming one in the same,…not just in the FDA or organizations that we have looked at because of their role in health care but indeed across the board for all the regulatory structures that are suppose to keep this democracy fair and just. So today I want to give you something to chew on over the holiday. I want to share something that I think is the future of medicine if the world were to take a more humane direction.
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Posted in Career, Health, Holistic Medical Practice, Kinesiology, Podcast on 03/18/2009 03:49 pm by admin
Dr Kokayi has the opportunity to interview a proponent of what he feels is a field of whole person care that will revolutionize practically all fields of medicine. The discipline is Applied Kinesiology and the proponent is Ken Campbell, nurse practitioner, but more importantly the President of the International College of the Healing Arts and the senior faculty person for the International College of Professional Applied Kinesiology. The interview goes back to the roots of applied kinesiology and looks at subsequent developments, applications, and the way it is being taught through ICPAK. Moreover a training program is beginning in April at the Open Center. Ken Campbell is also joined by one of his senior students, occupational therapist, Erin Davis.
Posted in Alternative Medicine, Holistic Medical Practice, Kinesiology, Podcast on 10/15/2008 07:54 pm by admin
Dr Kokayi speaks with Dr Heather Pearman about an applied kinesiologic diagnostic system called contact reflex analysis. Through kinesiology Dr Pearman is able to determine hidden causes for a wide variety of problems. Dr Pearman presents a number of cases that she has helped by using kinesiology to look for hidden causes and to prescribe the kind of supplements and diet specifically needed by these individuals. Kinesiology allows practitioners to tap into the energetics of the body unveiling appreciable patterns that lead to a deeper understanding of the problem and possible treatment solutions.
Posted in Integrative Medicine, Kinesiology, Podcast on 06/28/2006 02:23 pm by admin
Dr. Weissman shares his groundbreakingÂ workÂ Â laying the foundationÂ Â for a Â system of diagnosis and treatment based on kinesiology, incorporating an assessment of the physical, biochemical and energetic make up of a person.Â His system is called the Lifeline technique.Â As the founder of this system Dr Weiss sharesÂ the personal experiences that lead to the development of this system.Â KeyÂ Â was the recognition ofÂ the interconnectednessÂ between different levels of organization in the body…from spiritual to physical.Â Â A unique aspect to Dr Weiss’ work is that its taught to lay people as well as medical professionals.Â
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