Who can practice AK?
The International College of Applied Kinesiology-U.S.A defines the practice of Applied Kinesiology as limited to health care professionals “licensed to diagnose.” Most members of the ICAK-U.S.A have taken a basic course that takes over 100 hours of classroom study and practice to complete. A basic proficiency exam in AK must be passed at the conclusion of the course. A minimum of 300 hours of AK instruction, passage of written and practical examinations, and submission of two (2) original research papers are required to become a Diplomate of the International Board of Applied Kinesiology (DIBAK). A Diplomate represents the highest level of certification in AK.