What does it involve?
How long is a balance?
A kinesiology session – also called a balance – usually about 1 hour.
A balance can often go a little longer depending on what the issue is.
For the first balance, allow 1.5 hours as we will need to take history, discuss why you have come to see me etc.
How many balances will I need?
This will depend on you the individual and what issue you have come to see me about.
I usually recommend 3 to 4 initial sessions one or two weeks apart. After this you will have a good feel for kinesiology and how you are responding.
If the issue is cleared in these sessions some clients are happy to come back on a regular basis to work on other issues. Some clients like to come back just now and then, whenever they need a bit of help. It really does depend on the person. Everyone is different.
What will it cost?
The cost of a 1 hour kinesiology session is $120. Per hour.
Sometimes the first session may go to 1.5 hours as we discuss in detail, your history and expectations. Or maybe a session might be extended if we are working deeply and the issue needs to be resolved.
If this is the case then the cost for 1.5 hours is $150.
What payment methods do you accept?
I accept Cash, Direct Transfer, Debit Cards (if it has a chip) and Credit Card payments.
Can I claim back on my health insurance?
Until April 2019 the following health funds can claim for Kinesiology
AHM Medibank Australian Unity BUPA Health Funds: (HBA, MBF, NRMA, SGIO,SGIC, ANZ Health Insurance, AXA Health, St George Health & Mutual Community)
Is it covered by Medicare?
No. kinesiology is not part of the medical system and therefore is not covered by Medicare.
Do I need a referral?
No referral is necessary. Just contact me to make an appointment.
Can you cure me?
What sort of programme do you offer ?
Depending on what reason you have come to see me will determine which programme is offered. Some issues may only need 2 or 3 sessions. Others may need a full treatment protocol of 6 to 10 sessions over several months.
Can my physical pain be related to an emotional issue from the past?
What should I wear?
As muscle testing involves physically moving the limbs and other parts of the body, please wear something loose and comfortable that is easy to move about in. Short or tight garments, skirts and dresses are not advised.
Will my religion affect having kinesiology?
Kinesiology is not affiliated with any religious belief. I work with you and your belief system regardless of what it is.
What is GST?
GST, or "goods and services tax", is a tax of 10% on most goods, services and other items sold or consumed in Australia.
Martincarsonkinesiology is GST registered and collects GST on all sales made
What Professional Governing Organisations are you a member of?
I am a Professional member of the Australian Institute of Kinesiologists – AIK.
Member Number 567.
I also have passed the, “ Working With Children Check”.