Understanding the Concept of the Meridian System

Timothy D Francis
Timothy D Francis
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The owner of Chiropractic Kinesiology, Dr. Timothy Francis is an esteemed name in the field of healthcare, where he specializes in chiropractic, applied kinesiology, homeopathy, acupuncture, and naturopathic medicine. A pioneer of correlating applied kinesiology to homeopathy in the US, Dr. Timothy Francis has garnered profound insight regarding the meridian system and its significance in the field of applied kinesiology.

The meridian system as a concept originated from traditional Chinese medicine. It illustrates how energy flows through a body. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is believed that a human body functions by virtue of the flow of fundamental substances like life energy, known as qi, blood, and bodily fluids through a network of vessels or channels throughout the body. This distribution network is known as the meridian system and the channel is known as the meridian. The network not only connects different parts of the body with each other, but also ensures the flow of life energy and other fundamental substances throughout the body.

Understanding the meridian system can be instrumental in the diagnosis and treatment of different diseases. According to medicine based on the meridian system, the blockage of the energy channel can lead to a deficiency in one part of the body while other parts may have an excess of energy, thereby causing a disturbance in the body’s equilibrium and making the person ill. A qualified applied kinesiology professional can help identify the different channels of energy flow throughout the body and use the meridian system to treat a patient, restoring balance to the system.


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