Issue 27 – Ammonia Sniff Test; Distance Athletes

THE AMMONIA SNIFF TEST In the previous issue of THE UPLINK we reviewed the olfactory challenge procedure – the bleach sniff test. This issue we will also discuss another olfactory challenge – The Ammonia Sniff Test – which was first presented at the ICAK...

Issue 26 – Bleach Sniff Test

 THE BLEACH SNIFF TEST REVISITED I first presented “The Clorox Sniff Test” at the ICAK meeting in Santa Monica, California in May 1985.  At that time, and still today, we consider the olfactory challenging with the hypochlorite solution, which is the main ingredient...

Issue 25 – Activated “B” Vitamins; Gangemi Top 10

TO “B” OR NOT TO “B” In Issue #24 of THE UPLINK we discussed the importance of activated forms of folic acid in many patients. In this issue, we will continue this topic and talk about the use of other activated (coenzyme) forms of B vitamins.  We have only recently...

Issue 24 – Pain Relief Techniques; Activated Folic Acid

QUICK SCREENING FOR INJURY RELATED TECHNIQUES The 3 quick screening steps that follow will tell you when you need to employ injury related techniques: Injury Recall Technique (IRT), Nociceptor-Stimulation Blocking Technique (NSB) and/or Set Point Technique (SP)....

Issue 23 – Switching; Cranial Faults

Home Runs” and lots of hands-on workshopping.  See Issue #19 for listings of topics, session-by-session. See seminar schedule for all dates.  Contact: NUHS AK Club, P.O. Box  3611, Glen Ellyn, IL 60138 (630) 889-6702, e-mail: willak4u@yahoo.com, web site:...

Issue 22 – Adrenal Challenge Technique

ADRENAL CHALLENGE TECHNIQUE (ACT) In this issue of THE UPLINK we discuss how to find many otherwise hidden adrenal problems, and moreover, how to identify whether we need to increase adrenal activity or decrease adrenal stress. A (VERY) LITTLE NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY...

Issue 21 – Minerals & Body Quadrants

MINERALS & RESIDUAL WEAKNESS You think that you have finished treating a patient with musculo-skeletal pain. You ask the patient to move the area and you find out that it still hurts.  You work some more, but never quite knock out the symptom… Or it gets better...

Issue 20 – Parathyroid; Glutathione; LAAT

LITTLE GUYS GET NO RESPECT       In Issue #19 we discussed low back pain (and other pains) resulting from excess calcium intake and parathyroid relationships. In this issue of THE UPLINK we will revisit the parathyroid glands and several very common, very important,...

Issue 16 – Carbohydrate Intolerance; Gait

There have been many advances in using muscle testing for gait analysis since I first observed changes in flexors and extensors during static gait positions when I was a student at the National College of Chiropractic in 1974. When normal facilitation and inhibition...

Issue 13 – Stop The Pain Now! NSB for Teeth

STOP THE PAIN NOW! In this issue of THE UPLINK we will discuss the three pain and injury related techniques which are represented by G-2 submax (Type 3) weaknesses. Correcting these first clears up many other problems. Testing a weak muscle for the three types of...

Issue 12 – Ligament Stretch Adrenal; Allergies

In this issue of THE UPLINK we present new findings regarding the ligament stretch adrenal stress syndrome (LSASS.)  We will also discuss how to identify a hidden ligament stretch reaction. The adrenal cortex produces three hormones: the mineralocorticoids (primarily...

Issue 11 – Insulin: Neurotransmitters

In this issue of THE UPLINK we discuss how to test for the effects of the hormone, insulin.  This is the result of several years of investigations based on work by Phil Maffetone, Gerald Reaven (developer and author of the “Syndrome X” concept), Barry...