ICAK-Canada Digital Research Journal

ICAK-Canada Digital Research Journal

In 2018, ICAK-Canada decided to create the annual ICAK-Canada Digital Research Journal in order to produce a sharing tool in Canada related to research in applied kinesiology (AK). This new knowledge transmission tools aims to enhance AK research quantity and quality. The journal is meant to be a way for members to convey their insights, outcomes, case histories and research related to applied kinesiology. There will be at least one publication every year starting in 2019. 
We invite and encourage all members to participate in contributing to and expanding upon the basis of neuro-functional muscle testing we call applied kinesiology. Finally, we hope that that the international AK community will benefit from our initiative in research. 

To publish in the ICAK-Canada Digital Research Journal

  • Each paper must be an original work and deal specifically with applied kinesiology examination and/or treatment techniques. Various techniques may be discussed if they are correlated with applied kinesiology manual muscle testing examination.
  • In order to get articles reviewed and approved by ICAK-Canada, the author needs to submit their article to the ICAK-Canada Literature committee by September 1, 2019.
  • Every paper submitted is reviewed by three members of the ICAK-Canada Literature committee before being approved. Depending on the article’s quality, it could either be 1) accepted, 2) accepted with minor corrections or 3) refused because it needs major corrections. Here is an example of the paper form review used by the committee when evaluating candidate for DIBAK exams.
  • The author must respect the journal’s template for the article.
  • After the approval of the articles, the author must sign a release form for the article.​

If you have any questions, please contact the ICAK-Canada Research Director, Dr. Justin J-Falardeau, Chiropractor, D.C., M.Sc.

We invite and encourage all members to participate in contributing to and expanding upon the basis of neuro-functional muscle testing we call applied kinesiology. Finally, we hope that that the international AK community will benefit from our initiative in research.

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Members of ICAK-Canada have exclusive access to valuable knowledge and learning from the Canadian and international community of certified applied kinesiology practitioners. If you are studying or have passed the Basic 100-Hour Applied Kinesiology course, becoming a member will keep you up to date with the latest in AK learning.

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