This on-demand video presentation from Dr. Lowell Keppel builds on the Introduction to the Keppel Method Part 1 with an in-depth three-part combination of testing procedures needed for an effective nutritional evaluation. This framework includes nutritional exam tests, such as Ragland’s blood pressure test for hypoadrenia. Next, observational findings, such as looking at the tongue and skin for clues of nutritional deficiencies. And finally, muscle testing reflexes for clues on where the body is out of balance.
There are three aspects to the Keppel Method. Where Part 1 featured nutritional exam tests such as Ragland’s blood pressure test for hypoadrenia, Part 2 highlights observational findings (for example, observing the tongue and skin for clues of nutritional deficiencies). Part 3 consists of muscle testing reflexes for clues on where the body is out of balance.
The Keppel Method offers participants a systematic approach for correlating muscle testing findings and observational analysis with other patient examinations and in-office tests.
Keppel’s complete clinical methodology ensures that muscle testing isn’t your only measure of patient evaluation. Rather, it’s just one of several tools in the practitioner’s toolbox. Once you add before and after nutritional examinations with close patient observation, you can confirm muscle testing findings even as you create a recordable benchmark for patients to see change and follow progress.
This more complete approach heightens your ability to identify root causes, target priorities, and integrate patient interactions, all while improving understanding, retention, and compliance. It also allows your patients to share their experiences in a concrete way, making the referral process easier.
This on-demand video presentation will bring the Keppel Method to life for you and your patients. The many sick people who want and need your help will be grateful for your mastery of the Keppel Method.
About the Author:
Dr. Lowell Keppel has been in private practice for over 31 years and has successfully integrated nutritional and herbal therapeutics into his holistic approach. He operates a cash practice with a focus on patient education, including demonstrations, lectures, reading lists and one-on-one counseling. Dr. Keppel has studied throughout the U.S., learning and implementing many forms of nutritional examinations. He has retained the best and most practical applications and developed a nutritional examination system that has proven effective in obtaining clinical information and communicating with patients during the consultation. He shares this methodology with other health care practitioners in full-day seminars that combine lecture, demonstration and hands-on practice. Dr. Keppel owns and operates a multi-disciplinary clinic in Westminster, Colorado.