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Treatment -  postural balancing

Pain and tissue modulation

Unspecific musculo-skeletal disorders may be maintained or exacerbated by increased activity in the sympathetic-sensory system of a motion segment. Our clinical experience has shown that geometrically well defined segments  frequently are associated with allodynia or hyperalgesia. These segments can be tested and treated using a dental medical device.  By applying a gentle  mechanically force on the skin the dorsal spinal root  can be tested.

PAIN AND TISSUE MODULATION USING THE DENTAL MEDICAL DEVICE.

Restoring sagittal balance 

In Postural Balancing the prime goal is to restore sagittal balance. We always start with the thoracic spine because it constitutes the longest spinal arc and integrate the essential offset parameters. We continue with the lumbar arc and the relation to the hip axis, and finally we balance the neck and head. As our understanding of postural compensation patterns has grown, so has also the precision in our treatment. 

EXAMPLE OF USING DISTANT TREATMENT VECTORS TO TREAT FASCIAL DISTORTION.

Systemic effect throughout tissue

We treat in 2D, correcting sagittal imbalance and in 3D addressing segmental rotations and global fascial distortion. We look at dysfunction as systemic, meaning that it is spread throughout tissue. The treatment system is a 3D vector system, defined within a hyperbolic perimeter describing location, size and direction. A treatment vector will have an effect on several anatomic stuctures through mechanotransduction, not only one. 

TREATING TORSION OF THE THORACIC INLET USING GEOMETRIC VECTORS APPLIED ON THE THORACIC CAVITY.
TREATING TORSION OF THE THORACIC INLET USING GEOMETRIC VECTORS APPLIED ON THE THORACIC CAVITY.