23 Arthur Drive
Parsippany, NJ 07054
Paul T. Sprieser, D.C.
Applied Kinesiology

Applied Kinesiology ("AK") is a new system for evaluating body function by means of muscle testing that is unique to the healing arts.  AK is both a diagnostic and a therapeutic tool.  It uses muscle testing in a precise manner to determine what may be wrong in  many  of  our  body's  systems.

George J. Goodheart, DC. 
Aug. 18, 1918 – 
March 5, 2008
Applied Kinesiology: While most people think of chiropractic in terms of dealing with spinal problems such as low back, herniated disc, leg and neck pain, etc., with the use of Applied Kinesiology the treatable conditions listed below have  responded favorably to this method of care:

  • Headaches-tension, migraine, cluster.
  • Tempromandibular joint dysfunction.
  • Foot and ankle problems-heel spurs, bunions, tarsal tunnel syndrome.
  • Learning Disabilities-Hyperactivity, ADD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, etc.
  • Sugar Handling Problems-Diabetes, both type one and two.
  • Visual problems.
  • Digestive complaints - Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Gastoesophegal Reflux Disorder (GERD), and Malabsorption Syndrome (Leaky Bowel).
  • Hearing Problems and Tinnitus.
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
  • Joint Problems - Knee pain, Shoulder pain (rotator cuff injuries).
  • Phobia, General Anxiety Disorders, mild depression.
  • Sleep disturbances - Sleep Apnea, snoring.
  • Nutritional counseling and Weight loss.
  • Allergies - Environmental and Food.

Please remember that we are willing to work with your family doctor or specialist in treating these conditions if additional help is necessary.
What is Applied Kinesiology?
Phone: 973-334-6053
E-Mail: pauls42@optonline.net
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The Road Less Traveled
This book is a collection of 40 years of clinical research and my search to find the answer to many different health problems.

Paul T. Sprieser, B.S., D.C., DIBAK

Price: $175 each volume
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Applied Kinesiology
Video Programs of Seminars by Dr. George J. Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser