Dr. Milton E. Dowty, Founder
Dr. Milton Dowty
Dr. Milton E. Dowty, founder of The Wichita Kinesiology Group, is a Chiropractic Physician and a 1975 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic.
An avid student of many Chiropractic techniques, Dr. Dowty
has a great foundation from which to present his
unique system of analysis.
Multi-talented in music, architectural design, and athletics, he
applies precision in all that he
has a gift for creative problem solving, and a keen sense for practical solutions to complicated clinical methods.
performance in health care has resulted in a successful multi-doctor facility and a high demand for his
methods by other doctors.
integration of Chiropractic technology for professional instruction to other doctors in 1987.
system of integrated Chiropractic technology is known as CPK or Chiro+Plus Kinesiology.
personal goal was to develop a "No more excuses" practice.
didn't like hearing other doctors placate patients for their lack of progress with clichés.
For him, status quo was just NOT Acceptable.
determined that inadequacies in technology were hindering doctors from achieving their goals in patient care.
It became obvious to him, "If we can't find it…we can't fix it," and that a better source of assessment was needed.
Acting on the belief that the nervous system is the master system of the body, he
developed a neurologically monitored testing system which became the foundation of his
tissue integrity and function assessments.
"Monitoring the nervous system is essential if we are to be doctors of the nervous system."
is a dedicated kinesiologist.
In preparing for his
own practice Dr. Dowty
composed a list of all the Chiropractic technology he
listed the positive and negative attributes of each system.
A "cross-grid" arrangement of this knowledge was designed to look for patterns of weakness and strengths.
From this evaluation certain methods of chiropractic technology were selected for integration, forming the basis of a unique and efficient assessment vehicle.
has woven together this "fabric of technology" for a more comprehensive assessment system monitoring the dynamic nature of a patient 's condition.
Thanks to Milton Dowty
for fixing me up while I was in town.