Dr. McCloskey in Grand Junction CO offers the following services:

In addition to the above mentioned services, we also offer the services mentioned below.

Nutrition Counseling Services

Nutritional testing in Grand Junction CODr. McCloskey uses your history and symptoms, your physical exam, your lab test results and Applied Kinesiology testing to determine which nutritional supplements your body most needs to address your “weakest link”.

In some cases, your body’s top priority may temporarily be different from the “main issue” or concern we might both expect to find.

That is because your body is an expert at adapting to stress, and will sometimes bury dysfunction and injuries deeper into the nervous system, in order to survive. Our testing allows your body to feedback information on what your nervous system’s top priority is.

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Specializing in Applied Kinesiology, Nutritional Testing, Neurologic Rehabilitation, Spinal Decompression, Naturopathic Medicine, Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Dr. Michael Lebowitz testing protocol.

Dr. McCloskey learned under the direct training of Applied Kinesiology pioneer Michael Lebowitz, D.C. Dr. Lebowitz’s groundbreaking research into using Applied Kinesiology to assess food allergies, acute and hidden infections and nutritional deficiencies has helped thousands of patients around the world.

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Neurologic Rehabilitation

Neurologic relief in Grand Junction CoDr. McCloskey is a Module 1 Intern in Quantum Neurology®. His training also includes Dr. Feinberg’s Neuromodulation Technique and extensive training in Clinical Kinesiology and Chiro+Kinesiology (CPK).

He utilizes a variety of techniques that challenge the nervous system to recognize and then correct “glitches” in the brain and nerve connections. These techniques are especially helpful for the correction of headaches, facial tics, tremors and even tooth pain). This technique is also helpful in the correction of shoulder, wrist, hand, hip, knee and ankle pain/sprains and strains, as well as neurologic conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis (M.S.)

Learn more on our Kinesiology page