Indicator muscle | definition of indicator muscle by Medical dictionary
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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A possible indicator muscle
for the fiber content and growth characteristics porcine muscle.
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.
To test whether an indicator muscle
is strong or weak, the tester usually presses down on the hand or arm of the person being tested, while that person resists by holding the arm straight.
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.