In this page you will find links to a selection of the posts of this blog that deal with the Causes of Dystonia.
|CAUSES OF DYSTONIA|
|A Bio-Mechanical Approach to Dystonia
The line of research that this blog follows is based on the belief that the cause of Dystonia is strictly related to a bio-mechanical collapse of the upper cervical and lowert cranial area.
|Bio-Mechanics of Dystonia
A description of 10 bio-mechanical derangements, impairments and misalignments that patients suffering from Dystonia (and other neurological movement disorders) tipically present.
|Phases of Lateral Postural Colapse
Our analysis of the descending skeletal and postural effects of a collapsing and twisting skull that does not find adequate support in the dental arches.
|Postural Colapse and Dental Arches
A set of animations that present grafically the type of skeletal and postural effects that we intend to produce over a few months by modifying occlusion and the direction of forces between the skull and the mandible.
|What is Dystonia?
What came first? The chicken or the egg? Mainstream academic Neurology defines Dystonia as a neurological disorder with physical movement consequences. In reality, Dystonia is a physical injury that has neurological consequences.
It is an impairment of the ability of the neck to support the skull.
|Iatrogenic Damage: When the Dentist is a Butcher
Our review of how modern dental theories on occlusion oversimplify and misunderstand the biomechanics of the stomatognatic system, leading to a high potential of traumatic dental treatments.
|Can you Trust your Dentist?
The relation between dental treatments and the onset of Dystonia y a well established scientific fact. Please read this post before you consider the convenience of carrying out ANY dental treatment and before you choose the dentist who should carry it out. This post may save your life.
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