Haberfield Health, your inner west destination for Kinesiology
Why Choose Kinesiology?
Holistic Kinesiology uses a mixture of complementary therapies & muscle monitoring based on western & eastern healing philosophies.
How it works?
A practitioner can identify imbalances in the body which may be causing health problems. Because Kinesiology reveals the body’s overall state of structural, chemical & emotional balance, it’s able to treat a wide range of health issues. These may include stress, allergies & food sensitivities, nervous disorders, muscle, bone & joint pain, headaches, hormone imbalances, fatigue, insomnia & emotional issues & learning difficulties. Kinesiology helps you to gain an understanding of what’s going on inside your body & mind. By finding & exploring the root cause of a problem, you can unravel negative patterns & blockages. This will allow you to freely move into a more positive healthy way of living.
Kinesiologists work in a variety of roles as health professionals. They work as rehabilitation providers in hospitals, clinics and private settings working with populations needing care for musculoskeletal, cardiac and neurological conditions. They provide rehabilitation to persons injured at work and in vehicular accidents. Kinesiologists also work as functional assessment specialists, exercise therapists, ergonomists, return to work specialists, case managers and medical legal evaluators. They can be found in hospital, long term care, clinic, work, and community settings. Additionally, kinesiology is applied in areas of health and fitness for all levels of athletes, but more often found with training of elite athletes. All too often biomechanical analysis focuses on the kinetic energy or the working numbers in execution of technique. More emphasis should be placed on muscle and joints as they are involved in the action and the role they play in execution of the technique is critical.
Jasmina Matic is a Naturopath and Herbalist. Jasmina’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Naturopathy, Bachelor of Western Herbal Medicine and Diploma of Remedial massage. She is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society. She is also trained in NET (neuro emotional technique).
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