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Paul T. Sprieser, D.C.

Dr. Sprieser received his B.S. Degree from NYU and his D.C. from the Chiropractic Institute of New York.  He has specialized in Applied Kinesiology (“AK”) has been a dipolmat of ICAK since 1983..  His mentor was Dr. George Goodheart, the founder of AK.
Dr. Sprieser has taught the basic AK course since 1983 and has co-lectured with Dr. Goodheart.  He was a consultant to Fairleigh Dickinson Dental School, specializing in TMJ and has taught this at the New Jersey College of Medicine & Dentistry.
He was an associate professor at NYCC from 2001-2008. He has published 85 research paper in ICAK, the rest of the information is good.  Last paragraph change (past 45 years in areas of applied kinesiology, learning disabilities, TMJ dysfunction, and general health problems.  He has published 85 papers. 


Dr. Sprieser received his B.S. degree from New York University in 1965 and his chiropractic degree from the Chiropractic Institute of New York in 1968.  He has been engaged in chiropractic practice in New Jersey since January 1969.
Dr. Sprieser has been a member of the American Chiropractic Association, New Jersey Chiropractic Society, International College of Applied Nutrition, New York Academy of Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science, International College of Applied Kinesiology, and a staff Consultant to the Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Dentistry Department of Prosthodontics M.P.D. clinic from 1978-1988 until the closing of the dental school.  Currently, Dr. Sprieser was an associate professor at the Post-Graduate Division of the New York Chiropractic College from 2001-2008.
In 1983 he received his certification as a Diplomat in the International College of Applied Kinesiology.  He has been teaching professionals health care providers since 1983-Dentists, Chiropractors, Psychologists, and Medical Doctors, as well as Veterinarians have attended the classes.
Dr. Sprieser has lectured widely to many dental and chiropractic societies in New Jersey including the Passaic Dental Association, Tri-County Chiropractic Association, New Jersey Chiropractic Association and to many lay lecture groups including the National Federation of Health.  He has also done local radio and television appearances.
Since 1983 he has been teaching the Basic 100-Hour Course of Applied Kinesiology, and Courses in Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome (TMJ), as well as teaching post-graduate work at the Parker Seminars, and the New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry, and presently at New York Chiropractic College.
Dr. Sprieser is also engaged in clinical research for the past twenty-two years in areas of applied kinesiology, learning disabilities, TMJ Dysfunction, and general health problems.  He has published 73 papers in the Collected Papers of the International College of Applied Kinesiology.  Twelve of these papers were selected for national publication in the Digest of Chiropractic Economics, Dynamic Chiropractic and The Journal of Vertebral Subluxation, The International Journal of Applied Kinesiology and Kinesiologic Medicine. At this time he is awaiting for the publication of a book on Applied Kinesiology for the general public.



1.Pathways of Therapy Localization-1979
2.Holographic Memory and Therapy Localization-1983
3.Further Explanation of Surrogate Testing and Therapy Localization-1985
4.Why Scar Tissue Therapy Localize-1987
5.Allergy Screening for Structural Faults-1987
6.A New Class of Holographic Cranial Faults-1987
7.Ileocecal Valve Syndrome a Universal Problem-1989
8.Dental Work as a Cause of TMJ dysfunction-1978
9.The Therapy Localization Overload Phenomena-1978
10.A Glossary of Dental Kinesiologic Terminology-1979
11.Understanding of the Glabella Fault-1980
12.The Formation of the Frontal Bone Fault-1981
13.A Profile of the TMJ Patient-1980
14.Posterior Acetabular Syndrome-1982
15.Atypical Facial Neuralgia-1981
16.Yaw #2 Muscular Pattern-1982
17.Negative Therapy Localization in the Glaucomatous Patient-1983
18.Proving Therapy Localization by Use of Double Blind Studies-1984
19.A New Phase of Holographic Memory-1985
20.Learning Disabilities-1984
21.Holographic Memory as a Reason for the Design of the Nervous System-1986
22.A new View of the Pathways of Therapy Localization-1988
23.Holography and Applied Kinesiology-1988
24.Gall Bladder Problems: An Overview-1993
25.A New Slant on Switching-2001
26.Episodic Paroxysmal Vertigo-2001
27.If Your Only Tool is a Hammer-2001
28.Spinous Process Sensitivity as a Indicator of Subluxation-2001
29.Association of the Spondylogenic Reflexes to the Temporomandibular Joint-2001
30.Dural Torque and its Association to the Pitch Pattern of (PRY-T) Technique and Improvements in Range of Motion (ROM)-2001
31.The Association of R.M.A.P.I. to Hypoadrenia-2001
32.Treatment of Urinary Tract Problems and Interstitial Cystitis-2001
33.A New Technique that Corrects Cranial Faults and TMJ Dysfunction in One Action-2001
34.Skeletal Respiratory Patterns And The Relationship To Muscle Facilitation Or Inhibition-2001
35.The Relationship Of Rocker Action To PRT-T Technique As A Method Of Diagnosis Of Specific Dural Lesion-2001
36.A New Epidemic of Knee Injuries A.C.L. In Women Athletes-2002
37.Thought Field Therapy and Its Associated Effects on the Autonomic Nervous System-2002
38.The Relationship of Switching to the Yaw #2 of the PRY-T Technique-2003
39.Supraspinatus Muscle as an Indicator of Brain Serotonin Levels-2003
40.Reoccurring Pitch Pattern and the Frontal Fault-2003
41.The Pineal Cranial Fault-2003
42.Overactive Meridians and Food Sensitivity Testing-2004
43.The Anterior Atlas of Ho Points System Covering Up the Presence of Atlas Laterality-2004
44.The New Alarm Points For The Governing and Conception Vessels-2004
45.Gastroesophageal Reflux Disorder And Hiatal Hernia A Universal Problem-2005
46.The Relationship Of The Governing And Conception Vessels To Switching And Cross Therapy Localization-2005
47.Adult Attention Deficit Disorder And Learning Disabilities-2005
48.Neurotransmitter Cranial Fault-2005
49.Reoccurring Factor For The Modular Distortion of The Yaw#2 Pattern-2006
50.The Association of the Learning Disability Cranial Fault to Brain Chemistry Disorders and Depression-2006
51.Brain Stem Switching-2007
52.Hidden Ileocecal Valve Syndrome-2007
53.Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)-2007
54.Brain Stem Switching A New Concept-2008
55.Revaluation Of The Ocular Lock Phenomenon-2008
56.Switching and its Ramifications-2008
57.Additional Factor on Accuracy of Manual Muscle Testing-2009
58.To Muscle Test Or Not To Test That Is The Question?-2009
59.A Review Of The Article on Manual Muscle Testing Titled- Disentangling Manual Muscle Testing and Applied Kinesiology: critique and reinterpretation of a literature review.-2009
60.A New Class of Cranial Faults That Accompany the Yaw #2 PRY Pattern-2010
61.Hearing Loss Post Meniere’s Syndrome and Hearing Recovery: A Case Study-2010
62.Importance of Recognizing the  Yaw #2 Skeletal Distortion Pattern in Chiropractic Practice-2010
63.A New Type of Category #2-2010
64.Hologramic Memory and The Design of The Human Nervous System-2011
65.Reviewing  the Pathways of Therapy Localization-2011
66.Understanding The Glabella Fault-2011
67.The Frontal Bone Cranial Fault It’s Cause and Formation-2011
68.What Part Does Cervical Spine Manipulation and Chiropractic Play in Dissection of the Vertebral and Carotid Arteries and Stroke?-2012
69.Connection of Bladder Meridian Points B6 and B50 to Reoccurring Switching and Yaw #2:  A Special Energy Channel Associated Withthe Sympathetic Ganglionic Chains of the Nervous System-2012
70.Management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome with Chiropractic and Applied Kinesiology Interventions: A Case Series-2013
71.A New and Highly Effective Way  to Correct Yaw #2-2013
72.Additional Factors to be Considered in Cervical Spine Manipulation Safety with Spontaneous Dissection of Carotid and Vertebral Arteries.-2013
73.A New Class of Cranial Faults That Accompany The PRY Patttern-2013