Phil Williams Kinesiology

Phil Williams Kinesiology

What will happen at my first session?

Your first session will take about an hour and 15 minutes. I will take a history from you relating to your past and presenting health issues. Because kinesiology is a holistic modality there will be in most cases some discussion about your life circumstances – work, family, relationships, lifestyle and diet as these all impact on your overall stress levels which impact your health. If relevant it is important that you bring with you any medical tests results, x-ray and scan reports that you have relating to your condition.

We will spend about 55 minutes in the kinesiology session. The session begins with muscle testing to assess the state of your energy system and to get a picture of where stress is held in the body and why. For example, organs and glands can be stressed because of a deficiency or excess of minerals or through the presence of toxic substances. There is likely to be some testing of nutrients or other substances to help support your body systems. Our emotional and mental state can also impact on the physical function of the body so we will be looking at what stresses are happening in your life and releasing their accumulation in the body. Awareness of our emotional and mental patterns is helpful in enabling us to cope with life’s challenges and a large part of kinesiology is about making us aware of how we meet life’s challenges and how we might change ourselves so as to avoid or recognise our stress triggers.

You may leave with some recommendations about foods to include in your diet or supplements that might be helpful to bring balance or to help better cope with stress. There may also be recommendations about exercise.

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The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines dyslexia as word blindness and its derivation is from the Greek lexis meaning speech or language. In November 2013 for the first time in my 13 years as a kinesiologist I saw a young girl … Read the full article > [gap size=”20px”]


Adrenal Fatigue

This is one of the most common conditions of modern urbanised man. Dr G.E. Poesnecker N.D. D.C. wrote in an article for Health and Healing in 1983 that almost everyone experiences an episode of adrenal exhaustion at some time in their lives. He defined two causes for the illness; congenital weakness and long periods of unrelenting stress. People often have a combination of both. The most common symptoms were described in the article as being fatigue (with or without anxiety and insomnia), low blood pressure which frequently produces dizziness when rising to a standing position, loss of memory and difficulty in concentrating, and a general over sensitivity. Read the full article >

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Are you Fatigued and Exhausted – The Effect of Stress on Our Health

Clients, in all but a few cases, come to see me when they experience a physical problem. When I see a new client.. Read the full article > [gap size=”20px”]

Migraines and Headaches

Migraines when they occur are painful, debilitating and often require the sufferer to isolate themselves in a dark room. There are several types of migraine: Migraine with aura commonly referred to as a classical migraine. Symptoms can include visual disturbances … Read the full article > [/columnize] [columnize]

Low Back Pain

Our muscles are what supports our spine and allow movement to occur when we contract them. When we activate certain muscles other muscles must release in unison. Muscular pain occurs when there is lack of communication between the muscles that … Read the full article > [gap size=”50px”]

Frozen Shoulder and Shoulder Pain

If you have not already read the article on muscular pain generally and you have no kinesiology training then I suggest you read that article first as it will provide a background to what I am saying here. True Frozen … Read the full article > [/columnize] [columnize]

Muscular Pain Generally

Kinesiology and the Muscle Meridian Matrix In the 1960’s and early 1970’s chiropractors in America established a relationship between the acupuncture meridians and many of the muscles of the body. Through muscle testing a kinesiologist is able to establish whether … Read the full article > [gap size=”50px”]

Premenstrul Tension / Premenstural Syndrome

PREMENSTRUAL TENSION (PMT) or PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME (PMS) According to Henry Osiecki [i] up to 85% of women between the commencement of menstruation and menopause report some symptoms of premenstrual syndrome with 20% to 40% believing that their symptoms… Read the full article > [/columnize]

Digestive Problems – Bloating, Flatulence, Burping & Constipation

Digestion essentially has four phases; mechanical breakdown in the mouth by chewing, further breakdown by stomach acid, breakdown and absorption of nutrient in the small intestine and elimination of waste through the large intestine. Stomach Acid – It’s how we … Read the full article >

Gastric Reflux or Heartburn

Like so many other chronic health problem gastric reflux seems to be increasing in its incidence. The problem seems to affect people in their 40’s and beyond although there are some younger people who have this condition. Many people think this disorder is caused by the body producing too much stomach acid whereas in fact it is generally caused by five things

1. Failure of the lower oesophageal sphincter (which sits just above the stomach) to remained closed when the stomach is churning, 2. Low levels of a hormone produced by the stomach called gastrin, 3. Low stomach acid known as hydrochloric acid, 4. Low levels of zinc, vitamins B1, B6, and zinc, and; 5. Unrelenting and unresolved stress. Other factors such as a hiatus hernia (primarily a stress based disorder) can be a major contributor to the problem because the lower oesophageal sphincter is prevented from closing. Read the full article >


Candidiasis (Candida) – Do You Have These Symptoms Candida Albicans is a yeast (fungal) form that inhabits your gut, skin and vagina and when it gets out of control it can cause a myriad of symptoms which are often vague and … Read the full article >

Food & Nutrient Lists

Food and Nutrients Lists Much of my clinic practice is based around nutrition as it is my observation and belief that good health cannot be achieved without a balanced diet and good digestion. Most people have nutrient deficiencies and sometimes … Read the full article > [gap size=”50px”]

Eczema – Causes and Treatment

ECZEMA – Possible causes and treatment.

Eczema is characterized by papules in areas such as the elbows and knees and sometimes on the face and neck. People can occasionally get these over their abdomen and in other places. They itch and feel dry and seem to get worse if scratched.

Allergies to Foods?

There seems to be a sensitivity to a variety of inhalants, food and microbial agents. There are two types of eczema; ‘intrinsic’ which is not associated with an immune response and ‘extrinsic’ which is associated with an immune response. Approximately one-third of people have ‘extrinsic’ type eczema. Finding which food is causing an allergic reaction does not always mean that the person’s eczema is caused by that food. Elimination of the food or foods can in many cases have no effect on the manifestation of the eczema. Read the full article >

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Kinesiology can help with releasing muscular pain such as low back pain caused by postural imbalances….. Read More[/column]

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Dyslexia and Learning Difficulties
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You might think that eczema is linked to food allergies but this is not necessarily so ……. Read More [/column]

Foods and Nutrients they contain
Click here to find a list of the best sources of foods containing the nutrients you require

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7/357 Rathdowne Street, Carlton
Contact: 0421 872 455

Availability: Tuesday 10am – 7pm & Wednesday 9am – 12pm
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500 Glendale Lane, Taggerty,
Contact: 03 5774 7193
Availability: Monday 9am – 7pm & Thursday 9am – 7pm
Other times by arrangement
or enquire now