KENBIKI,  KINSEIRYUHOU

 

KINSEIRYUHOU is a therapeutic approach which has rationally, anatomically, and physiologically, analyzed and to a certain extent reconstructed, the traditional KENBIKI techniques.  KENBIKI healing techniques are thought to have originated in Japan back in the feudal ages, in order to gfixh the warriors in the battlfields.  By direct BIKI (pull) manipulations of the KEN (muscles and tendons), it aims to neutralize false signals by the nerves and improve poor blood-circulations.  KENBIKI techniques do NOT knead, percuss, or gpop bonesh.  It rather gpullsh the muscles and tendons gback intoh their locations and positions in which they can function at the optimum level, resulting in not only alleviations from pain and/or physical malfunctions through gphysical resettingh,  but also bringing forth onefs natural healing abilities.

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KINSEIRYUHOU has been found extremely successful in treating acute and chronic lower back pains, frozen and stiff shoulders, limited range of motions in the elbow and knee joints, locked mandibular joints, locked and stiff hip joints, sciatica, facial and intercostal neuralgia, trigger fingers, menstrual pain and irregular cycles, fatigue, whiplash of the neck, abnormal autonomic nervous system functions, anorexia, depression, constipation, and etc.

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KENBIKI is an extremely-simple and very-little-time-consuming method.  It is not too unusual to witness significant improvements by KENBIKI to physical conditions that experienced different therapeutic approaches but with no avail, or conditions once thought to be difficult to change.

 This Japanese traditional healing method called KENBIKI has been gresurrectedh in the world today in order to meet the demands in this modern world, not only of those who suffer pain and discomfort, but also of athletes and other professionals seeking faster-recovery and effective-ways-of-physical-conditioning, and of the common people beaten-up / burnt-out by the daily stress.

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