What is Energy Medicine
Energy medicine can play a significant role in the future of healthcare.
It incorporates many of the hands-on therapies as well as taking in to consideration the life force and vibration energy of all living things.

Neural Organization Work (N.O.W.) incorporates both traditional allopathic neurophysiology and applicable energy medicine healing techniques.

To learn more about energy medicine, the following books are recommended:
  • The Biology Of Belief:     Unleashing the Power Of Consciousness, Matter and Miracles ...by Bruce Lipton, Ph.D.
  • Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis ...by James L. Oschman
  • The Matrix Repatterning Program For Pain Relief: Self-treatment For Musculoskeletal Pain  ...by James Oschman, Ph.D. 
  • Healing, Intention and Energy Medicine ...by Jay Moskowitz , Ph.D.
  • The Field : The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe by Lynne McTaggart
  • The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of  Life ...by Robert Becker
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 “The body heals itself in a sure, sensible, practical, reasonable, and observable manner. ‘The healer within’ can be approached from without. The opportunity to use the body as an instrument of laboratory analysis is unparalleled in modern therapy; if one approaches the problem correctly, making the proper and adequate diagnosis and treatment, the response is satisfactory to both the doctor and the patient.”

- George J. Goodheart, Jr. D.C., DIBAK  (Founder of Applied Kinesiology ~ 1965)
The key to Energy Medicine is INFORMATION.  An exchange of Information from practitioner to patient/client in a fashion that facilitates a return to normal physiological function.
WHAT IS CHIROPRACTIC

Definition of Chiropractic from Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary 28th Edition (W.B. Sanders)

"...a science of applied physiologic diagnosis based on the theory that health and disease are life processes related to to the function of the nervous system by mechanical, chemical, or psychic factors is the cause of disease; restoration of and maintenance of health depend on normal function of the nervous system.  Diagnosis is the identification of these noxious irritants and treatment is their removal by the most conservative method."