Drs. Kim and Scott Muzinski, Integrative Chiropractic and Natural Medicine
Drs. Kim and Scott Muzinski are the founders of Integrative Chiropractic and Natural Medicine in Arlington, VA.
They bring two decades of experience and joy of being of service to others to her clinic at 5610 Lee Highway.
Their cohesive, holistic, whole body approach to care, including chiropractic, acupuncture, nutrition and lifestyle management, and mind-body health, to help patients achieve their individual health goals.
Dr. Kim specializes in helping patients by discovering the underlying blockages to optimal health, whether it be structural, nutritional, energetic, or emotional blockages. She is especially interested in a holistic approach to nutrition, utilizing a highly individualized analysis based on blood chemistry; as well as detoxification for greater metabolic balance and repair. She also concentrates on working with patients to provide a complete plan of dietary and exercise programs with the support necessary to for a true transformation towards whole body health. A Magna Cum Laude graduate of the Logan College of Chiropractic in 1989, Dr. Kim is a diplomate of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, and a certified Applied Kinesiologist, and is certified in acupuncture and meridian therapy.
Dr. Scott is a graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1989. He has a secondary doctorate degree in Naturopathic Medicine (NMD), graduating Suma Cum Laude from John Thomas College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2002. His post-graduate studies include Applied Kinesiology, Nutrition and nutritional biochemistry, x-ray, Sacro Occipital Technique, Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET), Sports injuries, German Electroacupuncture and traditional acupuncture. While at Logan, Dr. Scott obtained the senior intern position at the Kinesiology Center of Greater St. Louis, and received the Clinical Proficiency Award for his work in the Logan Community Health Center Internship Program. He also served as a teaching assistant of Basic X-ray Interpretation, and Basic Philosophy and Biomechanics. He is a former Clinician and Attending Physician at the Montgomery health care facility at Logan College in St. Louis, Missouri.
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Holistic doc Kimberly Muzinski* takes a whole-body approach to care, including chiropractic, nutrition and lifestyle management, and mind-body health to help patients achieve their individual health goals.
To help unlock emotional blocks that impede wellness, the magna cum laude graduate of the Logan College of Chiropractic uses Neuro Emotional Technique (NET).
It’s a mind-body stress-reduction tool that combines a number of techniques and principles from traditional Chinese medicine, chiropractic, and applied kinesiology to help improve behavioral and physical conditions.
“This gentle technique helps us assess whether an emotional blockage is what is interfering with someone’s emotional and physical health,” Muzinski explains, noting it is a holistic approach to well-being focusing on imbalances in the structure of the skeletomuscular system, unresolved negative emotional blocks, toxins in the body, and deficiencies in nutrition.
“So, if someone has chronic or recurring back pain or headaches and migraines, this is a technique that can uncover whether it’s actually an emotional blockage that’s interfering with the healing process.”
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