Fascinated by muscle testing and the connections between nerves and muscles, Simon set about learning all he could about Applied Kinesiology and eventually became a diplomate of the ICAK in 1996. He has gone on to teach hundreds of practitioners the principles of Proprioceptive Medicine and Afferent Input.
Simon King is an expert in Afferent Input and using Afferent Input to treat and prevent musculoskeletal injuries.
Over thirty years in practice, Simon has always strived to understand the true origins of disease and ill health. Fascinated by muscle testing and the connections between nerves and muscles, he set about learning all he could about Applied Kinesiology and eventually became a diplomate of the ICAK in 1996. He has gone on to teach hundreds of practitioners the principles of Proprioceptive Medicine and Afferent Input.
Simon is available Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. His specialties include sports injuries, sports performance enhancement, chronic pain and disability.
Were you ever totally well? Yes? Most of us were well once.
Then something went wrong. Gradually, our ability to recover, heal and perform deteriorated.
Mostly, we don’t know what went wrong and we often blame the wrong things.
We might blame:
The Car Accident
but the truth is, we usually never really know why our body lost the ability to heal itself. That one thing that you think was the cause, may have just been the final straw. The real reason we are suffering is hidden in our history, sometimes never to be revealed.
THERE IS A WAY TO find out what YOUR weak link IS. The thing or things that is preventing you from being as strong and healthy as you should be; and it’s totally unknown to modern medicine.
In just the last 10 years, over 50 studies have linked health and longevity to STRENGTH. These studies prove that the stronger you are, the longer you live and the less disease you suffer. This effect was INDEPENDENT of fitness, activity or exercise level.
Strength is how our body repels the forces of life, be they gravity, a marathon, sprinting 100 meters or lifting 50kg but this is not necessarily the strength of lifting weights. Children have enormous health and vitality, yet they don’t go to the gym or lift weights.
This strength is the natural strength that comes from a NORMAL and UNADULTERATED nervous system.
Fortunately, over 30 years, Simon King discovered a reliable and reproducible system for RESTORING Health and Wellness to virtually anyone, no matter their age, condition, injury or disease.
It makes people stronger, without exercise. In fact it makes them STRONG so they CAN exercise.
The system is called Afferent Input and it’s a system he has personally taught to over 1000 chiropractors, osteopaths and physiotherapists.
Afferent input is sensory input that actually produces the nerve impulses that run the nervous system. Anything that activates a nerve sensor is afferent inputs o all physical therapies rely on afferent input. Simon just puts it in a reliable system that’s easy to learn.
Afferent Input can be used to both diagnose and treat a whole host of aches, pains and ailments. With just two to four treatments Simon is able to help with most health problems and injuries and prevent others from taking hold by improving our body’s ability to heal and rebalance.
You don’t need to be an award-winning sportsman to benefit from Afferent Input. The tiniest imbalance in our bodies can cause chaos and can be traced back to anything from old fillings to an undiagnosed hernia.
Strongman and Personal Trainer
Simon grew up in New Zealand and had his first chiropractic treatment after falling off a chair at the age of six. That early treatment seemed to end his prior need for weekly blood tests that were searching for the origin of a “leukaemic-like” condition and ironically, low muscle tone. At the age of 14, the chiropractic philosophy that the body would look after itself if the nervous system was working properly seemed so appealing that he chose this as his future career. Simon also took up bike racing and made the NZ cycling team at the age of 17, competing in road and track events in New Zealand and Australia, including the Empire Games in 1980, which has given him an invaluable insight into the impact of sports injuries.
He started his chiropractic studies at the RMIT (then PIT) in Melbourne, being part of the first ever government-funded chiropractic course. He practiced for two years on the Gold Coast in Australia before taking up a teaching post at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth, England before setting up two large clinics in Retford and Grantham.
As his practice developed, he became fascinated by the fact that certain patients responded to treatment while others did not, and the difference could not be explained by current medical knowledge, so he studied and became proficient in Applied Kinesiology, a system of diagnosis based on manual muscle testing and became a diplomate of the International College of Applied Kinesiology in 1996.
The theory that became Afferent Input grew out of his desire to understand the facilitation and inhibition that are fundamental to Applied Kinesiology. He has been teaching Afferent Input to health professionals for 20 years and is currently practicing in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.
He is the founder of the Association of Afferent Input Practitioners, a growing group of health professionals putting afferent input to work in their practice.
Simon is available Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
His specialties include sports injuries, sports performance enhancement, chronic pain and disability.
The first appointment is £75 followed by £50 thereafter.
In my mid 50s and fairly sporty – I developed a hip ache, aching joints, discomfort in my foot, pain when kneeling and various other “niggles” which physiotherapists and my osteopath couldn’t find a long term fix for. My Yoga instructor suggested I visit this clinic and saw a kinesiologist. I googled it initially and had it not been for the recommendation from her I would have been put off by the on line video of kinesiology in practice as their appeared to be very little “hands on” treatment. However, the result was astonishing! After the first half an hour of treatment I skipped out of the clinic without foot pain, was diagnosed and treated for thyroid problems (who knew?) had a hernia sorted out (again, a surprise to me) and my hip pain totally disappeared. Since then I’ve had one more visit after having a mercury filling removed from a tooth to finalise all the corrections and complete the treatment and feel better than ever. I realise now that just because we’re getting older we should not accept aches and pains as a natural progession of ageing! I now have a three month maintenance check up to ensure everything is working correctly and prevent future potential problems from developing. Worth every penny. –