Reactive Leg Reflex®

DNFT® Chiropractic Reactive Leg Reflex ®

Reactive Leg Reflex® test indicating a "no" response
Reactive Leg Reflex® test indicating a “no” response

In the 1920’s, Dr Richard VanRumpt discovered and perfected a procedure which allows a practitioner to gather objective, real-time information from a client’s body. This means it had become possible to use the patient’s own body as an instrument to find exactly where, when and how to adjust/correct stored injury, trauma, and accumulated life stress.

Leg Length Test

The Reactive Leg Reflex has advantages over other types of client sourced diagnostic bio-feedback. It is objective on the part of the observer (practitioner). The response can be simply observed essentially as either a definitive Yes, or a definitive No. From the client’s perspective, there is no active resisting as in traditional active muscle testing procedures. When the Reactive Leg Reflex test is performed, the client is in a passive state, just relaxed. The test response feels the same to the client if the testing answer is a Yes or No.

This situation allows incredibly detailed information to be gathered as to exactly how injury, trauma and accumulated lift stress is stored in the client’s system.

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Reactive Leg Reflex® test indicating a "yes" response.
Reactive Leg Reflex® test indicating a “yes” response.

For more information on if this work could help you, a family member, friend or someone you know, contact Dr Jonathan Leusden, Salt Lake City’s only DNFT Chiropractor today for a free initial consultation.

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Check out this page on how I use the reactive leg reflex for detailed and gentle Salt Lake City chiropractic treatments.

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