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Hypertonic Muscle

In Kinesiology, we consider only functional unbalances and not organical/neurological/anatomical conditions.  A muscle that responds “Strong” to MRT and cannot be inhibited using...

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Hypotonic Muscle

In Kinesiology, we consider only functional unbalances and not organical/neurological/anatomical conditions.  A muscle that responds “Weak” to MRT is a Hypotonic muscle. This state...

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TH

The Triple Heater Main channel is one of the Yang Channels associated with the Fire Element (火 huǒ). It is associated with Ministerial Fire. The Triple Heater Meridian (also known as Sanjiao/Triple...

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Supraspinatus EK version

Hand Monitoring On the dorsal aspect of forearm, close to wrist. Hand Stabilizing On the shoulder of the monitored arm.  Monitoring Direction Push medially to adduct the arm. Note

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KI

The Kidney Main Channel is the Yin channel associated with Water Element (水 shuǐ). Known as the 'Minister of Power', the kidney is regarded as the body's most important reservoir of essential...

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Muscle Tone or Tension

The tone or tension of a muscle is the continuous and passive partial contraction of the muscles, or the muscle's resistance to passive stretch during resting state. It helps to maintain posture and...

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Normotonic Muscle

A Normotonic muscle is a muscle that responds in a balanced way to Muscle Response Testing (MRT).  It is nor an Hypotonic Muscle nor an Hypertonic Muscle, it has a normal Tone. The evaluation of...

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Weak Muscle

A “Weak” muscle is a Hypotonic Muscle.  In Knowlative we try to avoid as much as possible the use of “weak” referred to a muscle because the term is inprecise and misleading. With Muscle Response...

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