Dr. Kim isn’t your typical chiropractor, she is interested in your whole well being. She takes her time to get to know you, to understand how you live day to day so that she can provide you with the best care possible. My whole family has benefited from the care they have received from Dr. Kim…..I truly appreciate her unique and individualized approach to each one of my family members. I know when I walk through her door I will be met with a warm smile, and a genuine concern for my needs. Dr. Kim is a credit to her profession, and a wonderful example of selfless humanity.
Heather
a most satisfied patient!

Applied Kinesiology



What is Applied Kinesiology?

Applied Kinesiology (“AK”) is a diagnostic technique based on traditional Chinese Medicine, in which every muscle in the body is related to an organ, gland, or acupuncture meridian. Through testing specific muscles, the doctor can locate structural, biochemical, and emotional dysfunction in the body, and identify the proper method of correction. AK incorporates chiropractic manipulation, clinical nutrition, acupuncture meridian therapy, and sacro-occipital technique to name a few.

As mentioned above, the three basic factors responsible for optimal health are structure, biochemistry, and emotions. These factors comprise an equilateral triangle called the “Triad of Health.” If one side of the triangle becomes deficient, poor health is a result. Dr. Formo will utilize Applied Kinesiology techniques to evaluate their patients’ body function. Only by carefully observing all sides of the equilateral triangle can the total person be treated.

Health and Wellness:

The total concept of optimal health and wellness is achieved when all three sides of the triangle are in balance with each other. When there is a constant structural problem, it may influence the person’s emotions. Emotions affect the digestive system, which interferes with the normal digestion of food a person eats; because of this, the chemical side of the triangle becomes involved and a nutritional deficiency may develop. Muscle weakness may result, which then increases the structural strain, again completing the vicious circle.