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Treating the Person VS. the Disease

Emotions-Do you control them or do they control you?
If feelings of anger stay with you for long periods of time or you suffer with painful shyness or low self-esteem, you may have an emotional issue that you've never resolved. 

Your Body Is Trying To Cope With Past Trauma
Do meaningful relationships only seem to belong to other people? Are you plagued with ill health or the inability to stay at your desired weight? It may be that your body is trying to cope with a past trauma. All negative emotions are just coping techniques.  Dr. Sandi Kuglics uses a very effective gentle and non-invasive technique that will help successfully release hidden issues.

The Gentle Touch of Caring

As an N.D., Sandi is trained in the areas of anatomy and physiology, counseling, diet and nutrition, herbology, accupressure, homeopathy, iridology, and other forms of therapy that emphasize the use of natural agents.  She has a deepened appreciation for how social, physiological, emotional and spiritual factors affect the person as a whole. Her personal style of caring assists her approach to analysis and healing.  Sandi recognizes the body's ability to heal itself and encourages a healthy lifestyle. By offering the appropriate advice she acts as a coach to guide clients to change unhealthy patterns and accept responsibility for their own well being.


Dr. Kuglics provides naturopathic 
consultations.



Kinesiology 
The word "Kinesiology" means "Science of Movement." The "Applied Kinesiology" was founded in 1964 by the American chiropractor George Goodheart and are now used by chiropractors, osteopaths, medical doctors, dentists and others with a license to diagnose.
During the 1970's, 80's and 90's several other "kinesiologies" were formed outside of Applied Kinesiology and are now part of the "Specialized Kinesiology" family. Some of them are called: "Behavioral Kinesiology, " Touch for Health," "Educational," "One Brain," "Applied Physiology," Biokinesiology," "Blue Print," and "Contact Reflex Analysis" (CRA). Thousands of people, mainly in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and USA/Canada now use Specialized Kinesiology as a profession of its own or as part of other alternative therapies or natural medicine.

Contact Reflex Analysis (CRA) was researched and developed by Dr. Versendaal, D.C., along with an M.D., a clinical nutritionist, a dentist and a hematologist during the past 30 years. CRA has been taught in continuing education seminars across the United States to all Health Care Professionals for over 25 years. There are Health Care Professionals all across the country who are proficient in CRA.



How Kinesiology Works
Forty-Five miles of nerves carry electrical energy and connect with every organ, gland, muscle and tissue. There are approximately 75 known reflex areas on the skin which represent various organs, glands and bone structures. It is believed that when the body becomes ill there is an interruption of nerve energy to these reflexes. The reflex, when tested, will act similar to a circuit breaker under an overload.

To test a reflex, the tester will use the patient's arm muscle (or any other muscle) as a "circuit" indicator. When the tester's fingertip comes near or touches a healthy reflex, the arm muscle will remain very strong. Nerve energy is flowing freely. The tester will not be able to push the patient's arm down without exerting a lot of force.

However if the arm muscle is suddenly weak, and the tester can easily push the patient's arm down, a "hot circuit breaker" has been located. The nerve energy has been interrupted. Using this reflex information, the Health Care Professional will know if the problem is structural, physical, or nutritional. When the deficiencies are uncovered, an exact structural and/or nutritional support can be given to help the body heal.

Contact Reflex Analysis (CRA). Contact Reflex Analysis is a simple, safe, natural method of analyzing the body's structural, physical, and nutritional needs. A deficiency in any of these areas could cause or contribute to various acute or chronic health problems. CRA is not a method of diagnosis. It is a means by which a health professional uses the body's reflexes to accurately determine the source of a health problem.