Jean Pierre Meersseman D.C. / Clinical researcher and prominent multidisciplinary health teams coordinator.
We often meet persons, apparently healthy, accusing pain symptoms extremely polymorphic in its manifestations. These patients are subjected to continuous studies by specialists, testing instruments and laboratory proofs without arriving to correct diagnosis, nor resolute treatment and finally resorting to take painkillers, anti-inflammatory and sometimes psychotropic drugs. The real cause is usually a bad posture.
The restoration of homeostasis (physiological balance) requires a global intervention on the patient’s body to correct the posture. The occlusion intervenes decisively in the complex muscle flexion of the head relative to the trunk. On the other extremity of the column, foot, you encounter a problem similar to cephalic: structural balance of the various skeletal parts (lumbar vertebrae, sacrum, iliac bone, lower limbs) is conditioned by the balance of the muscles and vice versa. Jean Pierre Meersseman D.C., discoverer of the correlation occlusion and posture, a world benchmark in the field, shows us the mechanisms associated with it and how to act.