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Applied Kinesiology 100-Hour Basic Course

As a Diplomate certified by the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK), Dr. Tony Murczek, ND, LAc, DIBAK,  is among a small percentage of practitioners qualified to teach Applied Kinesiology to other wellness professionals licensed in clinical diagnostics.

 

To obtain his status as an ICAK Diplomate, Dr. Murczek was required to complete a minimum of 300 hours of basic AK course time (he did over 900 hours), demonstrate practical application, meet all licensing requirements, write two original research papers accepted for publication in the ICAK Journal, and complete a three-hour oral and a five-hour written exam.

 

Who should take this course?

Healthcare professionals licensed in clinical diagnosis, and students enrolled in accredited colleges to earn licensure for the purpose of increasing accuracy and specificity in diagnosis and treatment plans.

 

ICAK Approved Course

Each session is comprised of lecture, demonstration and applicable technique and is conducted over the course of 7 weekends totaling 15 hours per session with an hour break for lunch. We recommend that you take all 100 hours of the Basic Course, as each class builds upon its concepts, qualifying licensed professionals to improve diagnostic techniques and provide patients with lasting results. You are also welcome to attend as few as a single session.

 

Class Dates 2015-2016

All classes are on Saturday and Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lunch from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m..

2015 October:   24 - 25
2015 November:    21 - 22
2015 December:    5 - 6
2016 January:    23 - 24
2016 February:   27 - 28
2016 April:   16 - 17
2016 June:    4 - 5

 

 

Location

Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine

Room 8 in the Main Building

2140 E Broadway Road

Tempe, AZ 85282

 

Cost

      Session  

Complete

Course

Doctor:     $360    $2160
Faculty / Staff:     $260   $1560
Student:     $210   $1260
Returning Student:     $210   $1160**

 

 Additional $50 fee when registering at the door

 Complete Course Price only available until Midnight on 11/1/15.

Important: Terms of Enrollment - by clicking on Buy Now button and paying fees you agree to the terms of enrollment stated below. 
 
Cancellation Policy:   A full refund will be given only for cancellations made before the start of the first seminar date (minus a 10% fee for any processing) A partial refund will be given for cancellations made by the end of Session one. No refunds will be given after Session one.  Absolutely no exceptions.
Partial refunds will not be granted for partial attendance. No exceptions.
No video or audio recording equipment is permitted at any of the modules.
Any persons found to be selling or profiting in any way from the sale of notes, audio or video recordings of Dr. McCall, Dr. Gregor and/or Dr. Murczek, without expressed written permission from Dr. McCall, Dr. Gregor and/or Dr. Murczek, will be dismissed from the program and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Dr. Murczek reserves all rights of admission.
Every attempt is made to offer this program as announced. Dr. Murczek reserves the right, however, to adjust program faculty, location, dates, times and tuition to accommodate unanticipated occurrences.
Dr. Murczek is not responsible for any expenses incurred by registrants due to program adjustments or cancellations.
A professional code of conduct shall be maintained, you are contributing to an effort to keep fees low and the overall educational environment one of constructive cooperation and professionalism.
Instruction of material outside the scope of the seminar during seminar hours is prohibited

Curriculum

  • History of Applied Kinesiology
  • Offering a solid model of explanation to patients
  • Systemized Muscle Testing
  • Cranial Sacral Therapy
  • Spinal / Extremity Biomechanics
  • Temporomandibular Joint Diagnosis
  • Acupuncture & Meridian Diagnosis
  • Pain Control through Acupuncture Meridians
  • Allergy / Immunology / Food Sensitivities
  • Digestion and Elimination “Detox Pathways”
  • Athletic Performance Enhancement
  • Sports Injuries and performance assessment
  • Extremity Techniques
  • Glandular Imbalance Correction / PMS
  • Emotional / Behavioral / Learning Disorders
  • Practical State of the Art Clinical Nutritional Analysis
  • Vertebral Manipulative Correction
  • Stress management
  • Toxicity disorders
  • Chronic illness and immunodeficiency
  • Emotional and psychological evaluation and treatment
  • Lifestyle choices that affect health quality

Enroll Now for the Next Session

To enroll in the 100-hour Basic Applied Kinesiology course, please download and complete the Registration Form listed in the link below.  Please send the original copy via email, fax or mail.

 

Payment can be made online by clicking on Enroll Now below or by personal check sent to the address below. 

 

Email:

info@mountainspringhealth.com

 

Fax #:

503.493.7357

 

Mailing Address:

Attn: Dr. Tony Murczek

Mountain Spring Health Clinic

3449 NE 25th Ave.

Portland, OR 97212

 

Once registration form and payment are received, a confirmation email will be sent.  If you have any questions, please call 503.493.7446


**If you are a returning student, you must call the office number (503.493.7446) to register over the phone to receive the $100 discount off the student - complete course price.

Principles of Applied Kinesiology

The foundation of AK is built on the Triad of Health—Structural, Biochemical, and Mental-Emotional continuity—using manual muscle testing to detect physical and emotional imbalances in organs, glands and along acupuncture meridians.

 

“We have all these modalities that we use to treat patients—Acupressure, Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Homeopathy, Spinal Manipulation, Nutrition—The trick is knowing…The Right Treatment—In the Right Order—For the Right Amount of Time.”

 

AK is a way of accessing your own intuition to help determine the correct treatment modality in concert with traditional methods of diagnosis such as patient history, physical examination, and laboratory testing. AK assessment includes: Functional Biomechanical and Functional Neurologic Evaluation to determine physiologic responses to physical, chemical and mental stimuli.

 

“My greatest joy as a teacher is to see others achieve success. People all over the world need our help, and the best way for me to reach the masses is to share my expertise and experience with likeminded healthcare professionals who want broaden their careers and provide the best care available for their patients.”

~Dr. Tony Murczek