John Diamond, M.D.
It is to be pointed out that the diagnostic muscle testing of Behavioral Kinesiology, although it involves testing the same muscles as is practiced in Applied Kinesiology, is none the less a different testing procedure – as it is from all the other "kinesiologies". The main difference lies in the prolonged personal training that the practitioner must first undergo. And in the understanding and controlling of all the very many variables in the testing situation, including those in the subject, the environment and the practitioner.
To enter therapeutically into the unconscious of a sufferer requires great knowledge, expertise – and humility.