In this page you can find a selection of the posts on this blog dedicated to the treatment of Dystonia.
|TREATMENT OF DYSTONIA|
|Protocol for the Treatment of Dystonia
In this post we will outline the DIY (do it yourself) protocol that we have developed for the treatment of Cervical Dystonia. This protocol is the result of extensive study and integration of decades of previous research, experiments and practice of medical professionals, professors, dentists, orthodontists, technicians and parcticioners.
|Principles of Splint Therapy
In this post we outline the basic principles behind the protocol that we are developing for the treatment of Dystonia with splint therapy. The technique to build splints and register bites on them that we developed (and describe in detail in this post) can also be used by dentists as an easy and fast diagnostic tool to understand how a patient’s occlusion works before any prosthetic work.
In this post we will describe the appliance that can be used to unravel cranial distortions and collapse: the ALF. ALF is an acronym for Advanced Lightwire Functional Appliances. In this post we will describe the use and purpose of the ALF device based on the work of Dr. Nordstrom.
The foundamental instrument of this experimental method to treat Dystonia is based on the Rectifier, an intra-oral appliance (dental splint) that produces orthopedic forces that are engineered to move and modify the skeletal structure in order to recover vertical balance, symmetry and allignment of the structures that support the skull
|The Molar Lever
What is the relationship between teeth and body posture? How does dental occlusion affect the allignement of the spine? The shortest answer has two words: Molar Lever.
|Neurological Rehab for Dystonia
In this post we will describe a basic Eye Tracking Exercise that helps balance and rehabilitate the nervous system in case of Dystonia, scoliosis and postural collapse. Neurological Rehabilitation is one of the most important parts of the Protocol for the Treatment of Dystonia that we have developed.
|Treatment of TMD with the Molar Lever
In this post, we describe our understanding of how it is possible to treat Temporomandibular Joint Disfunction (TMD) with a splint therapy based on the principle of the Molar Lever
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