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About Dr. George Goodheart

In 1964 Dr. Goodheart made the first correlation between find a weak muscle using manual muscle testing and then employing chiropractic therapy to make it stronger. Since then he has looked beyond the chiropractic profession to the fields of biomedicine, osteopathy, acupuncture, dentistry, nutrition, biochemistry, and others for methods to increase the health and well being of patients based on using the body itself as a diagnostic tool.

Dr. Goodheart has a unique way of looking at a patient’s problem and asking, "Why is that?" This has allowed him to correlate many different types of examination and treatment procedures into a unified method of examining and then treating many difficult patients.

Dr. Goodheart has written and lectured since 1964 on Applied Kinesiology and among his many professional honors, he was the first chiropractor to serve on the U. S. Olympic Medical Team in 1980.

He has been in active practice as a chiropractor for over 60 years in Detroit and Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Today, at the grand age of 87 he still works in his office and lectures many weekends in the year. He travels and lectures extensively from Europe to Asia and throughout the United States. He produces a monthly research tape as well as a yearly manual on his latest findings related to Applied Kinesiology.