In 2005, Dr. Walter H. Schmitt, DC, DIBAK, DABCN, developed a clinical protocol with Applied Kinesiology. With the assistance of Dr. Kerry McCord, DC, DIBAK, the information was captured for health practitioners and called Quintessential Applications (QA). A health care provider trained in QA will not only address presenting problems but assist the body in meeting underlying needs that might create health problems in the future. Through QA, long term, optimal health is achieved.

With QA, the presenting symptoms are noted but the diagnostic process begins at a much deeper level and also follows a very specific path. Without going into extensive detail, the QA process of diagnosis and treatment addresses:

Injury and Pain Patterns
Systemic Nutritional Factors
Systemic Structural Factors
Electron Transport Chain/ Citric Acid Cycle Function
Heart-Focused Activities
Systemic Endocrine Factors
Sources of Autonomic Dysfunction and GI Disturbance
Emotional Distress
Presenting Issues and symptoms

By following this diagnostic and treatment protocol, the body heals fully and completely. Rather than being simply managed and controlled, symptoms are eliminated and optimal health is achieved.

Walter H. Schmitt, DC, DIBAK, DABCN

In the mid 1980s, Dr. Scott Walker started developing a procedure (which he eventually named NET) that would help his chiropractic patients who had chronically recurring vertebral subluxations — those cases where a traditional adjustment didn't always hold and the patient's symptoms failed to fully resolve. What Dr. Walker came to discover was that there was often an associated emotional/stress overlay that was retriggering the physical problem, and once this was addressed, patients got better — both in body and mind.

This video by Dr. Amodio is a discussion of NET and the integration into a Holistic Health approach utilizing Applied Kinesiology.

This non-invasive system is capable of measuring arterial compliance. The Meridian Digital Pulse Analyzer’s sensitivity to early arterial changes builds highly detailed data for assessment in determining whether you have potential underlying vascular disease, as well as developing an outline of the potential effects of your specific risk factors.

Also the very precise numbering system allows us to track your progress thought small changes in your arterial health.

The printout reports contain vital diagnostic information including:
  • Heart rate
  • Artery flexibility
  • Left Ventricle Ejection Level
  • Hydration levels
  • Peripheral Circulatory Disturbance
  • Overall cardiovascular health