indicator muscle

indicator muscle

Fringe medicine
A muscle which, according to R Utt, developer of the technique of Applied Physiology, is in perfect balance or homeostasis and neither over- or understressed.
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The process of using an indicator muscle can demonstrate not only whether your body has a toxic metal problem, but also through resonance testing can indicate what metals are present and where they are in your body.
A holistic system, the method uses muscle testing to see if an indicator muscle is 'firing' or 'switched off' thus identifying where a difficulty may lie within the body and which treatment may best suit a patient.