Posture, Kinesiology, and Stabilometry in Napoli, Italia
When I was a young adolescent, my ideas about sport was based on what I did during judo sessions. On a first time I want to become a strength trainer. Weightlifting and martial arts was the first passion. After few years and some injuries, right knee and cervical trauma after a fall, my idea about my future changed. At eighteen, my father pushed me toward the direction for become an engineer but I want to be a Chiropractic. In Italy, there aren't chiro colleges, and my other chance was Kinesiology, the complementary medicine. Kinesiology is a strange art, you can comunicate with another body whit the use of muscle test. It is a way to find many causes of health imbalance. This kind of treatment, based many of its theory behind chinese energy approach and some aspects of chiropractic, osteopathy and neurology. Kinesiology allows the operator to speak a simple language with the body, generally in a binary form (yes/no/strong/weak). Right questions (challanges) and specific corrections, can give you a deep neurological reset, a sort of re-organization of the Nervous System Activity. After many years of experience in my country (Serie A soccer Team, swimming, tennis, atheltics, ultracycling and sigle atheltes consulting), USA, Canada and Europe, after trials and errors, I've found my way. Actually I've a private practice in my city and consulting around the Europe. Many of my ideas and therapeutic success are based on the analysis of my work with some technologies as Stabilometry and Posturometry, Heart Rate Variability, Surface Electromyography, patient feedback and the most important a continuous comparison with other professional peoples. Generally, I'm not a great fan of seminar, workshop, courses, I've a single idea about learning, go from the best. Actually, my approach about any kind Neuromuscular problems is syntetized with the words of Jose Palomar: "Most of the neuromuscular dysfunction we are trying to correct in consultation is not the result of some lesion or aberrant function inherent to the muscle under consideration. The real problem is that the central nervous system has come to a bad solution based on the proprioceptive information it has received. If we can find a way to demonstrate to the central nervous system the nature of its error, the central nervous system will instantly modify the neuromuscular responses."