Long-lasting results can only be reached with stopping the source of the pain

Long-lasting results can only be reached with stopping the source of the pain

Category: Joint pain 2016-07-21-10:12

We search for the causes also in case of joint problems.

Experience shows that the source of the pain is not necessarily located on the same place where the pain develops. In case of shoulder pain the cause is to be identified around the cervical vertebrae, hip joint dislocation causes pain in the knees.

First of all, the location, where the pain radiates from should be found in order to conduct a successful therapy.

In the vast majority of the cases, the deformity of the body is revealed in the background.  The position of the temporomandibular joint, as well as the maxilla and the dislocation of the skull bones often play a key role in developing the problems.

Have you known that the average human bite strength is approx. 441-661 lbs (200-300 kg)?

With our bite strength, i.e. with the strength of 441-661 lbs we are able to dislocate bones in the skull. When some bones are dislocated in the skull, some bones are dislocated in the spine as well.

We cooperate with a therapist who is the only in Europe to be able to restore the dislocation of the bones in the head painlessly, without any machines or devices, using only his/her hands.   'Da Vinci Dental' Dental Surgery ensure the position remains long-lasting and the temporomandibular joint does not dislocate again-even during the first swallow.

As long as the balance of the skeletal muscles is disturbed, the problem will not cease, since the reason of the pain still exists.

In order to achieve long-lasting results, the re-established balance needs to be maintained and supported and the surrounding soft tissues also need treatment.

The balance is re-established on the level of the temporomandibular joint, the soft tissues are treated with injecting biological materials developed from the results of scientific research.

Please, do not hesitate to contact us.

Contact details: (Phone: +36 20 216 0603; E-mail: info@dr-losonczy.hu)