The treatment of dysfunctions in evolutionary age is fundamental. In times of growth, problems can be corrected, avoiding pathologies in adults.
Deep bites are one of the pathologies that create the most postural alterations, which is why their early diagnosis and correction are necessary.
BIRTH TRAUMA AND GROWTH
Birth traumas can create alterations in growth, for which a good diagnosis is essential to intervene as early as possible.
DYSFUNCTIONAL OCCLUSION AND POSTURE
Dysfunctional occlusion and a mandibular posture not centered in balance with the body generate stress in the muscular chains and consequently create postural pathology.
In this case, we will see how through clinical and instrumental diagnosis
CRANIO FACIAL DYSFUNCTION AND CERVICAL DESEASES
CRANIO FACIAL AND CERVICAL DYSFUNCTION
Dysfunctions of the CRANIOFACIAL SYSTEM DIRECTLY AFFECT THE CERVICAL SPINE, In M.P.R. The first thing we must do is cancel the negative effect of this dysfunction to allow a good postural rehabilitation.
The B.E.D. (Body Equillibrium Device. ) allows to deprogram the Cranio Facial System, annulling this negative effect.
This patient presents a severe mandibular retroposition, with a slight lateral deviation.
This has caused a frontal torsion of the cervical spine, with vertebral rotation, The mandibular dysfunction has created a left ocular hypoconvergence, as well as this has triggered a defensive bruxism to get rid of this situation.
As we can see in the postural tracing when the patient closes the mouth, the load increases towards the left side, in the following tracing it is seen as after the deprogramming with B.E.D. postural load is balanced to zero, and load distribution in each Kapandji area is improved. When the CRANIO FACIAL SYSTEM is dysfunctional, it alters the posture of the body, the B.E.D. deprogram and cancel the SYSTEM defunction , to immediately correct the posture as we see in this patient.
LA ESCOLIOSIS ADAPTATIVA
Another look at the diagnosis of scoliosis, from a totally functional point of view, where we consider that most of them are adaptations to proprioceptive dysfunctions of the TONIC POSTURAL SYSTEM receptors, very rarely are they true structural alterations.