Introduction 2


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This Vimeo presentation by Dr. Lowell Keppel is based on the introduction to the Keppel method, Part 1, with an in-depth combination of three parts of the test procedures required for effective nutritional assessment. This framework includes nutritional examinations such as the Ragland blood pressure test for hypoadaptation. Next, observations of observations such as examination of the tongue and skin for signs of nutritional deficiencies. Finally, muscle test reflexes for clues about where the body is out of balance.

There are three aspects to the Kepel method. When Part 1 includes nutritional tests, such as the Ragland blood pressure test for hypoadaptation, Part 2 emphasizes observations (such as tongue and skin monitoring for evidence of nutritional deficiencies). Part 3 consists of reflexes to test the muscles for clues as to where the body is out of balance.

The Keppel method offers participants a systematic approach to benchmark muscle test results and observational analysis with other patient examinations and office tests.

Keppel's comprehensive clinical methodology ensures that muscle testing is not your only measure of patient evaluation. Rather, it is just one of several tools in the practitioner's toolbox. After adding before and after nutritional examinations with close patient monitoring, you can confirm the findings of muscle tests, even when you create a patient record to see changes and track progress.

This more holistic approach enhances your ability to identify root causes, prioritize and integrate patient interactions while improving understanding, retention and compliance. It also allows your patients to share their experiences in a concrete way, which facilitates the referral process.

This Vimeo presentation will liven up the Keppel method for you and your patients. The many patients who want and need your help will be grateful to you for mastering the Keppel method.