Let’s look in detail at what happens if we intervene in the degenerative process by means of the use of this new method.
As can be seen in the following photographs results have been remarkable even in an individual who has reached an advanced state of illness.
The individual in the picture above (myself) has undergone the interventional method described in this book. As can be seen, in the course of eight months the individual has had a remarkable improvement. Before starting the treatment the individual presented with altered physiological curvatures.
The spine was completely compressed, and altered in its natural form. In this condition, nerves, bones, blood vessels and muscle fasciae found themselves in a state of extreme compression. A condition like this leads the individual to experience various symptoms: anxiety, panic attacks, tachycardia, hiatal hernia, chronic gastritis, ulcers, and muscle tremors.
With this methodological intervention the individual has straightened out his spine and has brought it to a condition of minor compression, reducing the occurrence of the symptoms previously listed.
In picture 23 the individual is wearing the Rectifier and it can be observed that the mouth is closed.
In picture 24 the individual, minus the Rectifier, does not find posterior dental support, for which reason only the incisors are touching each other.
Such a methodological intervention makes use of a particular type of an occlusal Rectifier created according to the “Starecta” method. It takes the name “Rectifier” as it literally helps the body to straighten itself out by itself. As can be seen in picture 21 the individual, before treatment, presents with the lower teeth in retrusion (Class I), in addition the premolar and molar zone does not provide adequate dental support.
In order to make this clear, take a look at picture 22 which in terms of time corresponds to a straightening therapy over eight months. The individual has undergone the therapy for nine months.
At the end of this period of time, an empty space has been created between his teeth. This empty space, created by the Rectifier, is the dental space the individual needs to support his skull. The recovery of this space, meant to support the skull, has allowed the spine to return to its physiological position.
In addition, it can be seen in picture 21 how the teeth are closing in retrusion, in relation to those above.
Conversely, in the picture 22, the teeth are closed “tip to tip” (the incisors above touch the incisors below). This happens as the skull, returning to an upright position, changes its own inclination slightly in relation to the jaw. In this way it allows the premolars and the molars to recover the necessary dental space more easily.