How are A.K. Practitioners Trained?
|Training for A.K. is only open to healthcare professionals licensed to diagnose and is offered in Europe, Canada, Australia and the United States.
Board Certified Diplomate of A.K. is earned by fulfilling a long list of requirements including:
- Minimum of 4000 hours undergraduate professional education
- Additional 300 hours of intensive instruction and observation in the techniques of A.K. by a Diplomate of A.K.
- Complete written and practical exams
- Practice the techniques of A.K. for 3 years
Not all Practitioners are Qualified to Practice A.K.
|We would like to offer a word of caution when choosing an Applied Kinesiologist for your health care concerns. A.K. is often misrepresented, and therefore it is prudent to ask whether practitioners have been trained by the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK), who maintains and demands that the above requirements are strictly followed for certification and training in A.K.