Video Programs (DVD's) of Dr. George J. Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
We have thirty three previously recorded seminar programs that Applied Kinesiology Study Institute "AKSI" has sponsored  for Dr. George Goodheart over the past twenty-four years.  These programs are available on DVD format.  Each program consists of four or five discs which comprise about 8 to 9 hours of recorded time.  These programs have the set of notes that went with the seminar and audio parts of these programs were recorded with a professional system.

The fee is $275.00 and includes the notes plus shipping and handling of $20.00 for priority mail.  International shipping rates are higher - email for shipping costs.  (Discounts given for multiple orders -- email for details.)
George J. Goodheart, DC.
Aug. 18, 1918 –
March 5, 2008
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“IT’S ALL IN YOUR HEAD SEMINAR” (All Cranial Techniques)
Dr. George Goodheart, November 4 & 5, 1989
Item No. DVD102. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

















Topics covered:
  • Uvula Deviation as an indicator for Cranial Technique for Glossoharyngela and Valve Rate problems.
  • Most current information on Cranial Stress Fibers in relationship to Cranial Faults and Cranial Tender Points.
  • S.O.T Techniques and their relationship to Applied Kinesiology Cranial Techniques.
  • Cranial-Sacral Therapy of Dr. John Upledger ideas and implementation.
  • Jugular Diagnosis and its affect on Vagus Nerve for Digestive Problems and Arterial/Benous Blood Flow problems.
  • Simple methods of finding and correcting Cranial Fault in Your Practice.
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“FOOD FOR THOUGHT SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, November 21 & 22, 1987
Item No. DVD101. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The use of food and supplementation in general chiropractic practice.
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“THE TOTAL ATHLETE”
Dr. George Goodheart, October 6 & 7, 1990
Item No. DVD103. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Common Shoulder Problems: Frozen, Arm & Shoulder Pain, Acromioclavicular Joint.
  • Knee Problems: Meniscus Injuries, Ligament and Muscle Problems.
  • Elbow Problems: Tennis, Muscle Involvements and Neural Entrapments.
  • Wrist and Hand Problems: Carpal Tunnel-Pisiform-Hamate-Syndrome.
  • Foot & Ankle Problems: Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, Heel Spurs, Achilles Tendon Involvement.
  • Training Programs to Prevent and Rehabilitate the Athlete. Application of New AK Techniques that relates to these areas, such as Injury Recall Technique (I.R.T.)
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"BACK TO THE DURA-BACK BASICS”
Dr. George Goodheart, November 2 & 3, 1991
Item No. DVD104. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The effect of Stress on the Dura Mater with Addition to Mechanical, Environmental and Chemical, etc.
  • Locating and Identification of Dural Involvements by Muscle Testing of the Sartorius Muscle with Therapy Localization to the Sacrospinaousl and Sacrotuberous Ligaments.
  • The Pelvic Categories #1, #2 and #3, effects on Low Back Trauma and the Relationship to the Spondhylogenic Reflex to the Cervical Spine C1 through C6.
  • Waling Gait Configuration to the Dura Mater and the Vertebral Subluxation and Fixation Patterns.
  • Methods of Diagnosis of Sacrospinous and Sacrotuberous Ligaments Involvements and Methods of Corrections.
  • Compartmentalization Representation of the Body in Hologramic Memory: (A) Head-Neck-Thyroid, (B) Arm-Chest-Organs Heart, Lungs, etc., (C) Visera-Stomach, Small Intestine, Spleen, etc., and (D) Legs.
  • Effects of Dural Stress on the C.S.F. Flow Rates and the Use of the Rib Pump Technique.
  • Compartmentalization by the use of Blood Pressure Cuff.
  • B.C.E.C. Vascular Technique in Correction of Repeated Testing Weakness of Single Muscle.  Used in Post Syndrome and Cardiovascular Stroke Problems.
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"BACK TO THE DURA-BACK BASICS PART II”
Dr. George Goodheart, April 11 & 12, 1992
Item No. DVD105. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Dural Techniques for Handling Disc Involvements from Buldges to Herniations.
  • Dural Techniques as they Apply to Visceral Reflexes and Problems of Hypertension, Heart Rates, Headaches and Digestive Problems.
  • Effects of the Dura on Cranial Integrity and Formation of Cranial Faults.
  • TMJ and its Relationship to the Dural Mechanism.
  • Gait Patterns that Create Imbalances in the Dural Membrane Causing both Cranial and Vertebral Recidivistic Patterns.
  • The Hidden Sacral-Iliac-Fifth Lumbar Fixation Complex.
  • Postural Comples as it is Related to the Dura.
  • The effects of Mechanical, Environmental and Chemical Stresses on the Dura Mater.
  • New Diagnosis for Category #3.
  • New Switching Indicator to LI4.
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"SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, November 7 & 8, 1992
Item No. DVD106. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

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Topics covered:
  • New Information on Dural Torque in Treatment of Disc Problems and Other Chronic Conditions.
  • New Cranial Techniques for the Treatment of Disc Bulge and Herniations.
  • All New Treatment Points for Switching.
  • New Patterns of Therapy Localization with Flexion and Extension for Finding Hidden Problem Cases.
  • Manipulative Techniques for Pain Relief.
  • Cross Handed Therapy Localization to Find Hidden Problems.
  • Use of Argentine/Argenex in (Urea Cycle) for Treatment of Hypertensive Patients and Male Impotency through "Nitric Oxide" Production.
  • Meridan Imbalance/Subluxation Relationship to Visceroptosis and Vise Versa.
  • Newest Application of the Injury Recall Technique.
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"TOOLS FOR SURVIVAL-PRACTICE IN THE 21ST CENTURY”
Dr. George Goodheart, November 13 & 14, 1993
Item No. DVD107. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Neutralizing the Encoded Memory of Physical and Emotional Trauma. This is a Structural Adjusting Technique which Prevents Relapses in Both Chronic and Acute Patients. It is easily administered.  You will use it every day.
  • Sports Excellence and Sports Injury. A simple but innovative examination of the gait imbalances that re the hidden cause of the need to continually stretch and/or treat some areas in most competitive athletes. Uses inexpensive laser for gait analysis. Major changes in before and after treatment analysis
  • B Deficiency Syndrome in Patients who have Adequate Intake of Good Sources of B Complex Nutrients.
  • New Muscle Meridian Technique with Atals Associated Point Correlation.
  • The primary Atals Technique (P.A.T.) often missed but Usually Present Hidden C-1 Subluxation.
  • The Hidden Cervical Cause of the Failed ISC Syndrome and the Method of Correction for Chronic Sciatic Pain, Low Back Pain.
  • A Manipulative Technique based on a well-established non-invasive Diagnostic Method which has stood the Test of Time.
  • New Minimal Dose Trace Mineral ION Therapy on Resin Based Sources of Trace Minerals. Good Clinical Responses in Difficult Patients already on Adequate Sources of Appropriate Trace Minerals, but Non-Responsive.
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"TOOL FOR SURVIVAL-PRACTICE IN THE 21ST CENTURY" PART II
Dr. George Goodheart, April 9 & 10, 1994
Item No. DVD108. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Common Nutritional Deficiency that can be seen in every-day Practice. All new information on the use of Resin based Sources of Trace Minerals.
  • Structural Problems and Their Relationships to Specific Nutrients. These will be discussed and demonstrated with both Vitamins, Minerals and Amino Acids.
  • How to Improve Your Patient's Athletic Performance by Recognition of a Common Gait Problem that Causes Limited Range of Motion.
  • Use of Muscle Meridian Through the HO Point to Balance Structural Faults in your Patients.
  • All New Technique in Treating Resistant Structural Problems that Fail to Show what Body Language and TS Line Analysis Indicate Should be Present. Repeated Muscle Activation Patient Initiated (RMAPI), that is Different from Aerobic and Anaerobic Muscle Testing.
  • New Detection Techniques to find Hidden Subluxations through New Patters or Therapy Localization and Muscle Testing.
  • New Treatment of the  Hidden Cervical Disc Syndrome and its Relationship to Sciatic and Low Back Pain.
  • New Methods of Pain Control that use Normal Chiropractic Methods and can Eliminate Adjunctive Physical Therapy.
  • Learn DSO Techniques-Diagnose the Need, Supply the Need and Observe the Results.
  • New Diagnostic Techniques for Selective Dehydration.  Even with Patients that are Consuming Adequate Water.
  • Relative Relationship of Sodium to Potassium. The Evidence Use of the Physiologic Basic of the Na/K Pump in Problem Pain Patients.
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"THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR KNOWLEDGE”
Dr. George Goodheart, November 5 & 6, 1994
Item No. DVD109. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The use of (RMAPI) Repeated Muscle Activation Patient Initiated to Detect Hidden Muscle Weakness that will not Shop up to Postural or TS Linel Analysis.
  • Deep Tendon Reflex as a Functional Neurological Analysis and Treatment Tool.
  • How to Use the Knee Jerk Reflex to Detect Dural.
  • Further Application of Cerebella Diagnostic Techniques in Finding  Hidden Problems in Difficult Cases.
  • Understanding How N-Methyl-D-Aspartate or NMDA Functions in Memory.
  • New Information and Findings on Using Some Old Techniques Cranial Faults (Glabella) and Sutural Corrections (Saggital).
  • New Types of Memory Patterns to Make Greater Structural Correction using Long Term Patterns (LTP) and Cerebella Activity for Long Term Depression (LTD) to Make Corrections Hold Land its Nutritional Connection.
  • New Use of Eye into Distortion (EID) with Cross Crawl to Change and Aid in Vision Responses.
  • Almost Foolproof System in Changing Salivary Ph.
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"THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR KNOWLEDGE”  PART II
Dr. George Goodheart, April 8 & 9, 1995
Item No. DVD110. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Why some people wake up but the Reticular Activation System does not.
  • Serotonin the Neurotransmitter that Supply the Anti-Gravational Muscles that turn them off, but when you wake up, it forgets to turn them on.
  • A new view of (RMAPI) Repeated Muscle Activation, this will detect hidden muscle weakness that do not show up to Postural Analysis or TS Line Evaluation.
  • How to use Deep Tendon Reflexes as Functional Neurological Analysis and Treatment to detect Dural Involvements.
  • Further application of Cerebellar Diagnostic Techniques in finding hidden problems in difficult cases.
  • A new slant on an old standard of Origin and insertion Technique.
  • Relation of TE Diaphragm to Motion that Complicate Dural Problems.
  • New types of Memory Patterns to make greater Structural Correction hold better and its Nutritional Correction.
  • Almost foolproof system in changing Salivary Ph.
  • New use of Eyes Into Distortion (EID) with Cross Crawl to change and aid in Vision Responses.
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"NEW CONCEPTS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IN CHIROPRACTIC”
Dr. George Goodheart, November 4 & 5, 1995
Item No. DVD111. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • New information on Sleep vs. Awake patterns. A completely new pattern where the body literally forgets to wake itself up.
  • The nutritional pattern for Sleep vs. Awake and the use of RNA.
  • The use of Cervical Range of Motion - Active and Passive and as a new diagnostic test to indicate presence of (RMAPI).
  • Use of Cervical Compaction and Primary Atlas Technique (PAT) with a new screening technique.
  • New development of the Sitting Sacroiliac (Category #2). A new way to find it and methods of fixing it.
  • The significance of the new observations in Walking Gait Patterns (Foot Flairing Out), indicating the presence of a Ligamentous Problem in Ischialfemoral Ligament. A simple way to release and correct this pattern.
  • A way to teach your patients to walk themselves into health, rather than into distortion.
  • New protocol for the Saggital Spread and Tap Techniques in resistant cases.
  • The treatment of blood sugar problems both high and low as a representation of immune response on the part of striated skeletal muscles. How to identify it and fix it with good clinical response in 8 out of 10 cases. Specific nutrient support for these cases.
  • Relative relationship of cerebellum to common structural faults.
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"AUGMENTNG THE TRIAD OF HEALTH SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, March 16 & 17, 1996
Item No. DVD112. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Use of Walking Gait to improve your patient's health. Specific exercise to correct this problem.
  • Walking Gait Patterns (Foot Flairing Out), indicating Ligamentous problem in Ischialfemoral Ligament. A simple way to release and correct this pattern.
  • The key for diagnosis of hidden Category #2, and its relationship to the Femoral Head Positioning for relief of pain in the extremities. Also the relationship of the Sacral Subluxation to the Femoral Head to commonly found but difficult to treat Cranial Faults.
  • Newest findings in Sleep vs. Wake patterns. A completely new pattern where the body literally forgot to wake itself up.
  • Cerebella relationship to common structural problems. The relationship to Abdominal Muscles and the Mechanoreceptors of the Ribs Costovertebral and Sternocostal. Also the significance of the cervical of the cervical mechanoreceptors to balance and equilibrium.
  • The revolutionary technique for treating sugar handling problems. Why this represents an immune response on the PRT of skeletal muscles. Treatment is simple and will give you good clinical response in 8 out of 10 patients with these problems.
  • Significance of spinal length to common chiropractic problems.
  • The expanded use and new findings in Saggital Spread and TAP Techniques especially in resistant cases.
  • Easy method to identifying Folic Acid, Periodoxine and other Vitamin B deficiencies.
  • Use of the Mastoid Process as a diagnostic key to simple-to-apply Cranial techniques.
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"FROM HEAD TO TOE SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, November 2 & 3, 1996
Item No. DVD113. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The Hallucis Limitus Syndrome, the failure of the Extensor Hallucis Longus Muscle that produces changes in reflex in the pelvis and the formation of structural abnormalities.
  • The interaction of the foot and pelvis and its relationship to Gait.
  • How to have your patient use Waking Gait to improve their health. Specific exercise to correct these problems.
  • The Striated Muscle potential for creating problems with sugar handling. New findings that correlates this to Antigen-Antibody Reaction that causes the body to literally reject glucose.
  • New and unusual ways to diagnosis and find Sacral Subluxations.
  • The effect of separation of the Tibia and Fibula in causing foot problems.
  • New cranial techniques that help correct and prevent recurring problems.
  • Techniques for correction of Talas Distortions, Navicular Decent, Jamming of the first metatarsal/phalangeal joint and other common foot problems seen in practice. (Pronation, Supination, Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, Heel Spurs).
  • Special techniques for foot and ankle pain (Strain/Counter Strain, Ligament Interlink, Fascial Release). Also special exercise to rehabilitate foot and ankle problems, and use of orthotics and heel lifts. Muscle testing as an evaluation tool for judging the efficiency of orthotics and lifts.
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"THE HEADS UP SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, April 26 & 27, 1997
Item No. DVD114. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • A new method to evaluate the Rib Cage so that the patient can see and feel the difference in their breathing. This technique will enhance our results with Hiatal Hernia and Gastic Reflux (GERD) and other vital capacity problems such as Chronic Obstructive pulmonary Disorders (COPD).
  • New information on the Hallucis Limitus Syndrome. One of the easiest techniques to implement and for your patients to see immediate results. This condition is present in 8 out of 10 of your patients and this prevents them from holding your adjustments.
  • Currently updated information on sugar handling. Problems based on Striated Muscle  producing a (NTA) Natural Tissue Antibody. You will now be able to help Class Two Diabetic in 8 out of 10 cases. It will also enable you to help improve the Juvenal Diabetic response to care.
  • A new concept of the importance of the Fascia, especially tot he feet, knee, pelvis, arms and shoulders. It is easily correlated to posture and gait, and provides long lasting results for your patients. Simple methods of diagnosis and corrections.
  • A revolutionary method to integrate the Pelvic Spondylogenic Reflex to appropriate rib cage movements via the diaphragm, a truly physiological polarization muscle time tested and very effective.
  • The nutritional support that is necessary for these techniques. Receive 58 years of Dr. Goodheart clinical experience.
  • Some simple but demonstratable effective exercises you can do in the shower, or while sitting in the bathroom or while sitting watching television and even while lying in bed. Based on new postural concepts.
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"ABOVE AND BEYOND SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, November 1 & 2, 1997
Item No. DVD115. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Further addition to the Diaphragmatic Technique, new revisions of the Protocol and Nutritional Support with specific nutrients.
  • Cranial-Sterna-Sacral: Information can be therapy localized and challenged by method of identifying it by way of the Patellar Tendon Tap Technique. This will allow you to identify sterna faults.
  • The identification of Subluxation and Fixation Lessons by way of breath cessation and the home treatment to re-educate muscles that is self-administered. Easily identifiable by simple method so you will know when to prescribe this method.
  • A new way of discovering hidden problems of Category #1, Category #2 and Category #3 by means of an old technique of breath holding (B & H).
  • Further information of the Hallucis Limitus Syndrome.
  • Additional information of Myofascial Gelosis Patterns in treatment of foot, knee, pelvic and shoulder problems and the use of Foredom Percussor Device.
  • Different Pattern and its significance of the External Rectal Sphincter in producing reflex problems in the neck and shoulder.

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"SOMETHING OLD AND SOMETHING NEW SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, April 18 & 19, 1998
Item No. DVD116. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The significance of the observations in Walking Gait patterns (Foot Flaring Out), indicating the presence of a Ligamentous problem in the Ischialfemoral Ligament. A simple way to release and correct this pattern.
  • A new method to detect the Gait Abnormalities that is simple to use and will show you the side of the longer stride and is foolproof in its applications.
  • Further information on Diaphragmatic Technique, new revisions of the protocol and nutritional support with specific nutrients.
  • Relative relationship of cerebellum to common structural faults.
  • The new information and protocol to use with the Myofascial Gelosis Pattern in the treatment of foot, knee, pelvic and shoulder problems and the use of the Foredom Percussor Device. Along with a new chiropractic application by hands only, that yield spectacular response in difficult patients. The structural faults that associate with this condition, i.e., subluxations and fixations and the nutritional support of this mechanism.
  • The significance of the external rectal sphincter in producing reflex problems in the neck and shoulder.
  • New protocol for the Saggital Spread and Tap Technique in resistant cases.
  • The treatment of blood sugar problems both high and low as a representation of immune response on the part of striated skeletal muscles. How to identify it and fit it with good clinical response in 8 out of 10 cases. Specific nutrient support for these cases.
  • New additional information on the Hallicus Limitus Syndrome.
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"THE SPINAL CONNECTION SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, October 31 & November 1, 1998
Item No. DVD117. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The revolutionary new concept of the Myofascial Gelosis that is a clinical entity that stands alone. It also may accompany subluxtions, fixations and other musculoskeletal problems or many time is present all by itself. How to find it and fix it!
  • A new type of muscle weakness that is outside the five factors of the InterVertebral Foramina (I.V.F.).
  • The connection of the third lumbar to the third cervical by way of the myofascial gelosis in difficult skeletal muscle problems. A whole new technique of correction of C3 to provide more mobility of the cerical column.
  • The new implication of the Myofascial Connection of the Rectus Capitis Posterior and the Dura Alos another myofascial bridge between the Rectus Capitis Major and Minor to the Dura that greatly effects headaches. How to find and correct this problem.
  • The discovery of a new muscle, the Sphenomandibularis. Its attachment from the Sphenoid Bone directly down to the lateral and medial portion of the coronoid process of the mandible. This has great effect on the Temporomandibular Joint and the treatment of TMJ Dysfunction for both chiropractors and dentists alike.
  • New information and utilization of the Myofascial Gelosis Technique in treatment of the Hallucis Limitus Syndrome and the Hallucis Flexor Muscle. The importance of this to both podiatrist and chiropractors in treating structural problems.
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"ANOTHER SPINAL CONNECTION SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, April 24 & 25, 1999
Item No. DVD118. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The revolutionary use of Pincer Palpation that allows you to test muscles that have never been manually tested before with conventional muscle testing, i.e., (Zygomaticus, Temporoparietalis, Rectus Capitis Posterior Minor) are just a few examples.
  • The new use of the Colon Reflexes and the relationship to the muscle system.
  • Most current developments in the Myofascial Gelosis Techniques and new method of implementation in areas such as the TMJ. This condition can be involved in any other condition such as subluxation, fixations or categories 1, 2 and 3 or it can be present all by itself.
  • The new implication of this Myofasical Connection of the Rectus Capitis Posterior and the Dura also another myofascial bridge between the Rectus Capitis Major and Minor to the Dura that greatly effects headaches. How to find and correct this problem.
  • The discovery of a new muscle, the Spheomandibularis. Its attachment from the Sphendoid Bone directly down to the lateral and medial portion of the coronoid process of the mandible. This has a great effect on the TMJ and the treatment of TMJ Dysfunction for both chiropractors and dentists alike.
  • New information and utilization of the Myofascial Gelosis Technique in treatment of the Hallix Limitus Syndrome and the Hallus Flexor Muscle. The importance of this to both podiatrist and chiropractor in treating structural problems.
  • The relationship of the occiput to the Posterior Deltoid and Middle Deltoid.
  • The use of Amino Acid to promote and prolong the natural endorphins.
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"MASTERING THE MILLENNIUM SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, November 6 & 7, 1999
Item No. DVD119. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The revolutionary use of Pincer Palpation that allows you to test muscles that have never been manually tested before with conventional muscle testing, i.e., (Zygomaticus, Temporoparietalis, Rectus Capitis Posterior Minor) are just a few examples.
  • The new C3 Fixation Pattern that has tremendous effect on acute and chronic problems.
  • Most current developments in the Myofascial Gelosis Techniques and new method of implementation in areas such as the TMJ. This condition can be involved in any other condition such as subluxations, fixations or Categories 1, 2 and 3, or it can be present all by itself.
  • New Myofascial Gelosis Pattern that accompanies both fixations and subluxations. This pattern can exist on a standalone basis. The value of its use on severely chronic conditions.
  • Evaluation of treatment and correction in supine, weight bearing, also prone and sitting positions.
  • Effect on gait has on nutrition.
  • HO technique a method of diagnosis and treatment, linking patients' complaints or symptoms to the moth of its onset. This consists of only four treatment points for all twelve meridians and the associate point at the atlas. This technique offers a demonstrative and reproducible, highly effective functional relationship between the position of the atlas, elbow and knee joints and the Tendino-Muscular Meridians of the Acupuncture System all by hands only.
  • The use of the HO points first for their value in pain control and the treatment of allergies. Along with the use of the associated and alarm points.
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"MAKING THE MOST OF THE NEW MILLENNIUM SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, April 1 & 2, 2000
Item No. DVD120. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The new breakthroughs in Pincer Palpation that will allow you to test any muscle in the body that has never been able to be treated through manual testing.
  • Differences between Female and Male Pelvis shown through special X-Ray techniques to have a structural abnormality at the sacral base present 91.4% of the time in female and 49.6% in males. A new method of challenge that will reveal this fault without over utilization of x-rays.
  • Most current developments in the Myofascial Gelosis Techniques and new method of implementation in areas such as the TMJ. This condition can be involved in any other condition such as subluxations, fixations or Categories 1, 2 and 3, or it can be present all by itself.
  • New form for the balancing of cranial, cranial-sacral and coccyxgeal problems using the muscles that attach to the sacrum. Mainly the illiacus and piriformis without question, but the key factor which makes the difference between success and failure in the patient's recovery is the illioccygeus and pubococcygeus.
  • Relationship of the Amino Acid Histidine and Histamine in female go way up and down, but in the male will stay the same. This causes the covering up of many allergies related problems in female patients that go undiagnosed.
  • The difference between Iodine levels in females and Thyroid problems that are covered up by the differences in male and female hormones.
  • HO Technique a method of diagnosis and treatment, linking patients' complaints or symptoms to the month of its onset.
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"MAKING IT WORK SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart, November 4 & 5, 2000
Item No. DVD121. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The ultimate anti-aging hypothesis. The reversal of the commonality of Postural Stress Patterns (Passive R.O.M. and the Universal Cranial Fault).
  • Muscle Linkage Technique and effect on pain patters in difficult patients.
  • Unique structural, biochemical and Meridian elements related to women's health. The reverse flow of energy in the conception vessel in women that flow downwards and upwards in men.
  • The Logan College Research Project Sacral Base X-Rays that show 91.4% of female and 49.4% of males have an abnormality or uneven base. Simple method of challenge to find it and a structural correction.
  • The effect of the abnormality in sacral base and its effect on Scoliosis. How to find it and how to treat it.
  • The effects of the modular distortion pattern known as Pry-T Technique that are the main causative factor of switching or neurological disorganization.
  • Dural Torque and its association to the Pry-T Technique, how to diagnose it and how to treat it.
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"MAKING IT WORK SEMINAR” PART II
(Everything Old is New Again!)
Dr. George Goodheart, April 7 & 8, 2001
Item No. DVD122. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The commonality of Postural Stress Patterns that tie all humanity together and can be measured by passive Range of Motion (R.O.M.). The connection to special cranial and sacral faults and muscle interlink.
  • The sacral base faults that are present in 9 out of 10 females and 5 out of 10 males. How to identify, challenge and correct this problem.
  • Most current developments in the Myofascial Gelosis Techniques and new method of implementation in areas such as the TMJ. This condition can be involved in any other condition such as subluxations, fixations and Categories 1, 2 and 3, or it can be present all by itself.
  • New form for the balancing of cranial, cranial-sacral and coccyxgeal problems using the muscles that attach to the sacrum. Association to the Dural Torque and Muscle Linkage Techniques and its nutritional components.
  • A new slant on switching (Neurological Disorganization). Every patient you treat is switched! The new switch points other then K27 and CV8 (Umbilicus), also the posterior switch points.
  • A new technique that corrects all cranial faults and TMJ dysfunction and it can be used with just one action.
  • Use of nutrition to stabilize the Pry-T Patterns as well as switching.
  • Commonality of disturbances in the governing and conception vessels and their connections to the kidney and bladder meridians in energy disturbances of the horizontal and Figure "8" flows.
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"TAPPING THE HEALER WITHIN”
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
November 3 & 4, 2001
Item No. DVD123. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Correlation of the PH of Saliva and Parotid Gland involvement with extremes in temperature. The relationship of Vitamin B to Ptyalin and ways to help the nervous system respond to care.
  • Testing of Hamstring in different positions to detect hidden rib lesions.
  • Use of the Posterior Fibers of the Tensor Fascia Lata to identify Dysbiotic Colon problems.
  • The connection of the Universal Cranial Fault to cerebellar activity causing common errors of posture. New method of detection and evaluation. Muscular connection and Neurolymphatic Reflex for the Cerebellum.
  • Use of the Lumbricales and Interossei Muscles to detect hidden TMJ problems and Cranial Faults.
  • A new technique that corrects all Cranial Faults and TMJ Dysfunction, that is done with just one action.
  • Taping as a therapeutic method for treatment in a variety of different techniques to treat pain, allergies, bladder problems and myofascial gelosis problems. A review of these methods so you can "Tap the Healer Within".
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"TAPPING THE HEALER WITHIN” PART II
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
April 13 & 14, 2002
Item No. DVD124. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Significance of the Queckenstadt's Test in everyday practice to detect CSF flow problems and hidden cervical disc problems.
  • Use of breath sound to lock in Meridians and structural corrections.
  • A new muscle test to detect TMJ problems and cranial faults.
  • How to find the over-active Meridian. D.D. Palmer said, 'Too much or too little nerve energy was disease." An easy way to find and fix it.
  • Methods to find absorptive and digestive and eliminative problems using a simple muscle test.
  • Diagnostic test to detect abnormalities in blood pressure even if the pressure is maintained with medication.
  • Use of Tapping Techniques in general chiropractic practice for pain control, glandular problems, bladder and rectal dysfunction and methods to treat emotional problems.
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"BODY-HEART-MIND SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
November 2 & 3, 2002
Item No. DVD125. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • A quick and more efficient way of using the Tibetan Acupuncture concepts in treating the Meridian System.
  • A new way to use K27 to find short circuits in the Meridian System.
  • Use of Dr. Bergland's concepts of spinal fluid flows North to South, but also South to North with a reverse gravity test to uncover hidden cranial faults.
  • Gravity treatment techniques that help patients maintain good health and structural balance. Ways to detect failure of the body's healing abilities by simple muscle test of the Subscapularis Muscle for the Heart Meridian and Teres Minor Muscle for the Tri-Heater for Auto Immune problems.
  • Simple technique of using blood pressure cuff on the arm or leg to treat pain.
  • The connection of healing sounds to the seasons of the year and their association to Fulford Exercises that help patients normalize and maintain subluxation and structural corrections.
  • New indicator for emotional problems and the use of Tapping Techniques in practice for treating various health problems.
  • Importance of correcting Neurological Disorganization in everyday practice.
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"HOW TO FIND IT &  HOW TO FIX IT SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
April 12 & 13, 2003
Item No. DVD126. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The new concept of Myofascial Anatomy Patterns and how they act as an envelope that grows with us as we are growing and maintains itself and shrinks as we age.  How to diagnose this functional pattern and how to quickly correct it.
  • The Special Problems Pattern in the body literally being out of the "Loop", that prevents the nervous system from knowing that there is a problem. How aberrations in the diaphragm which greatly contributes to the "out of the loop" pattern. How to find it and how to fix it and prove by bital capacity measurements.
  • Stress factors that influence the Myofascial System that cause Subluxation and Fixation Patterns. The correction of which will greatly aid in the Maintaining the freedom from subluxated or fixated areas.
  • Quick and more efficient ways of using the Tibetan Acupuncture concepts in treating Meridian System.
  • Pain patterns and how it associates to calcium excess shorting and anoxia in the muscles.
  • A new indicator for emotional problems and the use of Tapping Techniques in practice for treating various health problems.
  • The main cause of neurological disorganization and its connection to the Pry-T Technique and to the Fascial System. A simple system to correct for longer periods of time.
  • A new Cranial Fault that relates to the Pineal Gland.
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"HOW TO FIND IT &  HOW TO FIX IT SEMINAR” PART II
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
November 1 & 2, 2003
Item No. DVD127. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • A new approach to undersanding the function of the diaphragm as a key factor in anoxia and oxygen debt.
  • Relationship of anoxia and oxygen debt to Tension Myositis Syndrome (T.M.S.) and removal of commonality of postural stress patterns.
  • Breath Cessation Technique, its uses in uncovering and diagnosing many hidden patterns.
  • Importance of Rib Patterns and Vital Capacity and Oxygen Saturation. The use of spirometric measurement to determine the presence of this problem.
  • Phrenic nerve challenge and quick effect postural commonality patterns.
  • The s.C.M. and its relationship to Clavicuar Movement and rib activity to glandular patterns of over or under activity.
  • How to find the patient with "out of the loop" patterns that make recovery difficult or impossible. Simple TL approach for common sense technique for "right now" correction.
  • Over-active Meridians and its relationship to false allergic or food sensitivity patterns.
  • Use of Tapping Technique for many common problems.
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"SEEING IS BELIEVING SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
April 3 & 4, 2004
Item No. DVD128. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • A new approach to understanding the function of the diaphragm as a key factor in anoxia and oxygen debt.
  • New information about the rib pumps and their relationship to the fascial tissue and the lateral line of the anatomy train.
  • Subscapularis muscles' connection to the heart and hiatal hernia.
  • The use of eye closure to evaluate postural patterns when examining patients.
  • Ribcage movement and its importance in walking, more than its connection to breathing.
  • New information on HO Points and their connection to the associated point with the atlas covering up laterality.
  • The central canal of the spinal chord connection to the movement of CSF Cephalad by way of the ependymal cells.
  • Over-active Meridians and its relationship to false allergic or food sensitivity patterns.
  • Use of Tapping Technique for many common problems.
  • New alarm point discovery for the governing and conception vessels.
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"HERE WE GO AGAIN SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
November 6 & 7, 2004
Item No. DVD129. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Continued use and development of Breath Cessation Technique for 2004.
  • The role of Gastrocnemius and Soleus Muscles in the corrections of difficult patients.
  • The new information on Myogelosis Techniques and their relationship to the Thomas Myers-Anatomy Train.
  • The use of a certain type of Rapid Breathing Technique for resolution of chronic psoas problems.
  • "Lest we Forget" the use of simple techniques in the treatment of difficult patients.
  • New application of running Meridians from beginning to end and end to beginning as tools to determine treatment protocols.
  • The reasons for Gastric Esophageal Reflux Disorder (GERD) and Hiatal Hernia as a common problem in 44% of the population.
  • Differentiation between the K27 Switching and CV24 & GV26 switching and its relationship to cross therapy localization.
  • New information on the diagnosis and treatment using the Meridian System.
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"EXPAND YOUR MIND SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
April 2 & 3, 2005
Item No. DVD130. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Continued use and development of Breath Cessation Technique and its relationship to the Anatomy Train Techniques.
  • The continuing use of Gastrocnemius and Soleus Muscles in the correction of the most difficult patients.
  • The new information on Myogelosis Techniques and their relationship to the Thomas Myer "Anatomy Train" with simple methods of diagnosis and correction.
  • The continued use of a certain type of rapid breathing for the resolution of chronic muscle problems and its relationship to rib position.
  • "Lest we Forget" the use of simple techniques in the treatment of difficult patients with the integration of neurovascular reflexes and head and hand stress receptors.  "Don't be the first to give up old or the first to take up the new."
  • New information on running Meridians from beginning to end and end to beginning as tools to determine treatment protocols. The new understanding that there are four alarm points for the Thyroid Meridian and its application to every day problems.
  • The all new connection of a specific ranial fault to brain neurotransmitters and their connection to depression, obsessive compulsive disorders, eating disorders, learning disabilities and Parkinson Disease.
  • Differentiation between the K217 Switching and CV24 & GV26 Switching and its relationship in cross therapy localization and its relationship to attention deficit disorders and hyperactivity.
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"WHERE DO I BEGIN SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
November 5 & 6, 2005
Item No. DVD131. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • "Lest we Forget!" the use of some basic techniques that have proven to be tried and true. The completely new application of breath cessation or (B&H Technique) to many basic techniques of evaluation, including upper cervical spine, switching and many other factors.
  • Further development of testing and evaluation of the Gastronemius and Soleus Muscles and its application to hidden problems in difficult cases.
  • The use of various breathing patterns for the correction of chronic muscle problems and its relationship to rib position.
  • The importance of checking for switching (Neurological Disorganization) at the beginning of every visit of every patient you treat.
  • A newly discovered causative factor for switching and its return.
  • New information about treatment protocol for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disorder (GERD) and Hiatal Hernia. What the main causative factors are in every case and how to gain long term stabilization for your patient.
  • Differentiation between the K27 Switching and CV24 and GV26 Switching and its relationship in cross therapy localization.
  • New information on the effect of Cranial Faults on Nero-transmitters of Dopamine, Serotonin, Noradrenalin and Adrenaline. How to use specific muscle testing to determine the proper nutritional support and how to correct the Cranial Fault Factor for these problems.
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"FINDING THE ANSWERS SEMINAR”
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
April 1 & 2, 2006
Item No. DVD132. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • "Lest we Forget!" the use of some basic techniques that have proven to be tried and true. The completely new application of breath cessation or (B&H Technique) to many basic techniques of evaluation, including upper cervical spine, switching and many other factors.  Completely invisible to any other methods of detection.
  • Further development of testing and evaluation of the Gastornemius and Soleus Muscles and its application to hidden problems in difficult cases.  New refinements that are easily applied in practice.
  • The use of various breathing patterns for the correction of chronic muscle problems and its relationship to rib position.
  • The importance of checking for switching (Neurological Disorganization) at the beginning of every visit for every patient you treat.
  • A newly discovered causative factor for switching and the reoccurrence of the modular distortion of the Yaw #2 Pattern.
  • New information about treatment protocol for (GERD) or Gastoresophageal Reflux Disorder and the importance of getting patients off of antacids and acid blockers. How they affect the breakdown of tyrosine and tryptophan and absorption of calcium.
  • The difference between the standard K27 and Cross K27 switching. The neurological location for reach factor.
  • New information on the effect of Cranial Faults on Neurotransmitters of Dopamine, Serotonin, Nor Adrenalin and Adrenaline. How to use specific muscle testing to determine the proper nutritional support and how to correct the cranial fault factor for these problems.
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"LOOKING TO THE FUTURE SEMINAR”
     (The Very Last Seminar George Ever Did!)
Dr. George Goodheart & Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
November 4 & 5, 2006
Item No. DVD133. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • "Lest we Forget!" the use of some basic techniques that have proven to be tried and true. The use of Chlorophyll for Osteoarthritis and Digestive and Skin Disorders.
  • Adaptation of AK Techniques to Meridian (Acupuncture) Therapy with special interest to the "then & now', HO Points and Start & Finish Techniques.
  • The use of various breathing patterns for the correction of chronic muscle problems and its relationship to rib position.
  • The Ileocecal Valve Syndrome and its importance in every day practice. How to detect the hidden type and how to stabilize the difficult cases. Why this is such a common and resistant problem.
  • The association of the Yaw #2 Patterns with persistent diaphragm problems such as the Hiatial Hernia and diaphragm fixations.
  • The evidence of a universal sacral fault that associates with the universal cranial fault.
  • Differentiation between the K27 Switching and the Cross K27.
  • Switching patterns and its neurological location of each factor.
  • Episodic Paroxysmal Vertigo in chiropractic practice.
  • Cranial Faults not covered in Synopsis (Health, Pineal, Neurotransmitter and Hologramic Cranial).
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"THAT'S THE SOLUTION SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser with Dr. John M. Corneal
March 31 & April 1, 2007
Item No. DVD134. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Excerpt  of Video:
















Topics covered:
  • The use of the Subscapularis Muscle as an indicator of cardiac lymphatic problems ad its correlation of fatigue and low energy syndrome.
  • How to diagnose problems of lack of energy and fatigue using simple pulse rate measurement.
  • Linking patients' complaints or symptoms to the month of its onset is a useful diagnostic technique.
  • The importance of brain stem switching and its ramification of general health and healing. The failure to communicate the cause of all major health issues.
  • The use of Amino Acid to promote and prolong the natural endorphins.
  • A new technique corrects all cranial faults and TMJ Dysfunction and it can be used with just one action.
  • Tapping as a therapeutic method for treatment in a variety of different techniques to treat pain, allergies, bladder problems and myofascial gelosis problems.
  • Additional information on the uses of chlorophyll in every day practice.
  • The use of origin and insertion techniques and palpation into the anatomy train system.
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"ANOTHER NEW BEGINNING SEMINAR”
(A Tribute to Dr. George J. Goodheart)
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
April 5 & 6, 2008
Item No. DVD135. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • The incorporation of Origin and Insertion (O&I) Technique to the Fascial Meridians of the Anatomy Train has created a whole new approach in treating patients. Use of the TS Line to evaluate the effectiveness of treatment.
  • Understanding the differences between K27 Switching (Neurological Disorganization) and the Cross K27 Switching Pattern.
  • A new view of Ocular Lock and what is actually means.
  • The importance of Brain Stem Switching and ite ramification of general health and healing. The failure to communicate is the cause of all major health issues.
  • The treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) ad other gastrointestinal problems with simple methods.
23 Arthur Drive
Parsippany, NJ 07054
Paul T. Sprieser, D.C.
Applied Kinesiology
Phone: 973-334-6053
E-Mail: pauls42@optonline.net
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"IT'S ALL IN YOUR HEAD/
ALL CRANIAL TECHNIQUE SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
April 25 & 26, 2009
Item No. DVD142. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Excerpt  of Video:
















Topics covered:
  • Aerobic/Anaerobic muscle testing
  • Knee problems
  • Allergy/Sensitivity testing
  • Meridian therapy

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"SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
October 18 & 19, 2008
Item No. DVD136. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Basic concepts of muscle testing
  • Therapy Localization
  • Use of Challenge for Adjusting
  • Origin and Insertion Techniques

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"SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
November 22 & 23, 2008
Item No. DVD137. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Tempromandibular Joint Dysfunction
  • Sacral respiratory actions and uses
  • Lumbosacral problems, diagnosis/treatment
  • Emotional techniques (phobias, self sabotage)

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"SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
December 13 & 14, 2008
Item No. DVD138. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Temporal Sphenoidal Line use
  • Spinal fixation problems
  • Pelvic toque corrections
  • Trigger points

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"SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
January 24 & 25, 2009
Item No. DVD139. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Neurological disorganization
  • Gait analysis
  • Disc techniques, imbrication
  • Foot disorders (pronation, tarsal tunnel, etc.)

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"SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
February 21 & 22, 2009
Item No. DVD140. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Introduction to acupuncture/ meridian
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Dural torque concepts
  • Glandular problems thyroid

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"SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
March 21 & 22, 2009
Item No. DVD141. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Basic concepts of cranial techniques
  • Allergy and sensitivity training
  • Cranial technique correction
  • Neurological tooth/Hyoid treatment

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"SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
October 24 & 25, 2009
Item No. DVD144. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • All Cranial Technique Seminar
  • Theories for Sacro-Occipital Technique (S.O.T.),
  • Applied Kinesiology (A.K.) & Cranial Sacral Technique (C.S.T.)
  • Craniel Fault associated with Neurological Disorganization Switching
  • Craniel Fault associated with cross K27

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"SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
May 30 & 31, 2009
Item No. DVD143. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • Aerobic/Anaerobic muscle testing
  • Knee problems
  • Allergy/Sensitivity testing
  • Meridian therapy

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"BACK UP & DOWN SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
April 17 & 18, 2010
Item No. DVD145. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
  • This seminar will consist of all known factors of pelvic and lumbar problems which will include Categories 1-2,3 and disc diagnosis and treatment.
  • Causative Factors for cranial fault formation: (a) Walking patterns; (b) Trauma; (c) Postural Habits; (d) TMJ Dysfunction
  • The effect of the structural factors of Pitch-Roll and Yaw in the causative and recidivistic factors for low back conditions
  • How Therapy Localization (TL) help to detect and confirm the presents of disc problems and their location.
  • Imbrication and how it effects the lumbar spine and its effect on the intervertebral disc.  How to diagnose and treat this common problem.
  • Category #2 or sacroiliac and the muscular components that are responsible for this problem. We will cover variations of the classic sacroiliac dysfunction: Inferior Sacrum, Faber-Patric Sacrum, Sacral Fixations, Sacrotuberous Ligament Faults, and the newly discovered “side posture” Category Two.
  • Other factor of lumbar stability such as Lliolumbar Ligament Technique, Reactive Muscle, Stress Receptors, Gait Reflexes and PLUS Technique.

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"BACK UP & DOWN SEMINAR”
Dr. Paul T. Sprieser
November 6 & 7, 2010
Item No. DVD146. . . Price $275.00
(Includes Notes from Seminar) 

Topics covered:
This seminar will consist of all known factors of pelvic and lumbar problems which will include Categories 1-2,3 and disc diagnosis and treatment.

Applied Kinesiology (A.K.).
1. Causative Factors for cranial fault formation:
a. Walking patterns
b. Trauma
c. Postural Habits
d. TMJ Dysfunction
2. The effect of the structural factors of Pitch-Roll and Yaw in the causative and recidivistic factors for low back conditions.
3. How Therapy Localization (TL) help to detect and confirm the presents of disc problems and their location.
4. Imbrication and how it effects the lumbar spine and its effect on the intervertebral disc.  How to diagnose and treat this common problem.
5. Category #2 or sacroiliac and the muscular components that are responsible for this problem. We will cover variations of the classic sacroiliac dysfunction: Inferior Sacrum, Faber-Patric Sacrum, Sacral Fixations,
Sacrotuberous Ligament Faults, and the newly discovered “side posture” Category Two.
6. Other factor of lumbar stability such as Lliolumbar Ligament Technique, Reactive Muscle, Stress Receptors, Gait Reflexes and PLUS Technique.