The Science of Afferentology

Why Afferent Input Matters

Our health is largely determined by our ability to withstand external forces so the Afferent Input Solution gives health practitioners the tools they need to be able to assess your patient’s ability to withstand an external force by looking for their most significant weakness or weakest link.
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The Myotatic Reflex

The Myotatic Reflex (sometimes myotactic reflex) is probably our body’s most unrecognised and unappreciated defence mechanism.
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The Withdrawal Reflex

Without a direct connection between your skin and your muscles, the pain warning would have had to travel all the way to your brain, be interpreted and wait for you to send messages to your arm - wasting valuable milliseconds as your hand sizzled.
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Testing the Adductors

It’s important to make the adductors part of your clinical examination as it will help you figure out what’s really going on with difficult pelvic stability, low back issues and hip issues.
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Research: Individuals vs Averages

Good science measures the outcome of an intervention on a subject and compares that with the outcome of that same intervention on a control. The less identical the subject and control, the less reliable will be the outcome.
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A Muscle Tone Experiment

My attempt to reproduce the protocols used by the landmark study in the British Medical Journal.
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Are You Still Suffering?

Even with access to the best in modern medical care, elite athletes like Tiger Woods and Michael Owen end up with multiple surgeries and career-ending injuries because nobody identified the reason why their body couldn’t heal itself.
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Sixty Studies Linking Strength With Longevity

there is a growing mountain of studies which firmly establish the link between muscle weakness and early death.
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