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Applied kinesiology

Applied kinesiology is a method for diagnostics and treatment of various diseases and pathological conditions based on manual muscle testing (MMT). The doctor examines the condition of tissues and organs manually, using hands only.

The Effectiveness of Applied Kinesiology

The main task of an Applied kinesiologist is to establish and eliminate the causes of the disease.
Applied kinesiology allows the doctor to correct structural, i.e. bodily, biochemical disorders, psycho-emotional disorders (the so-called triad of health - structure, biochemistry and emotions).


Psychokinesiology is one of the branches of Applied kinesiology that allows you to identify and correct psycho-emotional stress that leads to the development of various diseases.

The Effectiveness of Psychokinesiology

As a result of therapy, the patient gets rid of stress, which entails the harmonization of his internal state. His communication with others becomes much more effective. New opportunities open up before a person, and an increase in his working capacity and efficiency contributes to achieving success in all his endeavors.

Muscle testing

The main diagnostic technique is manual muscle testing (MMT) - a special technique for assessing the state of muscle tone that has connections with certain internal organs, vertebrae, etc.
Manual muscle testing is both a science and an art at the same time. It requires experience and knowledge in anatomy, physiology and neurology.

Main areas (diseases)

Pathologies in which Kinesiology is effective:

- headaches and dizziness
- insomnia
- high or low blood pressure
- traumatic brain injury
- cerebrovascular accident
- increased intracranial pressure
- vegetative dystonia
- diseases of the digestive system and liver damage
- gynecological and urological diseases of various nature
- Adhesive processes and pain with congestion in the pelvis
- some types of infertility
- climacteric phenomena
- diseases of the musculoskeletal system (osteochondrosis, sciatica, joint pain, - posture disorders, consequences of birth injuries, etc.)
- numbness, swelling, pain in the limbs, circulatory disorders in the vessels of the arms and legs
- some types of endocrine pathologies (thyroid disease, obesity)
- weakened immunity
- asthenic, depressive conditions, neuroses (fatigue, drowsiness, decreased performance, inattention, chronic fatigue, etc.)

Neurology department

Dr. Galina GURINOVA, Ph.D.

Head of the Neurology Department
Doctor-neurologist of the highest category
Applied kinesiologist
Member of the Interregional Association of Applied Kinesiology and the Association of Professional Kinesiology

Medical Faculty of the Leningrad Sanitary and Hygienic Medical Institute, 1975
Specialization in reflexology, 1982
Residency in "Neurology" at the Leningrad State Institute for the Improvement of Doctors, 1983
Specialization in gentle manual therapy techniques, 1990

Graduated from the School of applied kinesiology, was trained in Psychotherapeutic kinesiology.

Since 2000 has been working at the Medical Center of the St. Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology.