There is a postural device called the Rectifier that can make your jaw function like a lever and elongate your spine. Kyphosis and hyperlordosis are easily corrected. To achieve a straight posture you don’t need to perform postural exercises, which in the long run can even be harmful. All you need is the Rectifier postural bite.
What is currently known about a cure towards resolving the problems of kyphosis and lordosis is both useless and ineffective.
Those who suffer from these postural problems are well aware of how ineffective any modern therapeutic approach to straightening the back is. Among the various therapeutic approaches (completely useless without the use of the Rectifier), postural exercises certainly stand out.
According to current science, postural exercises to cure hyperkyphosis and lordosis achieve relative aesthetic efficacy. According to Starecta, postural exercises cannot give general benefits to the individual’s health. With postural exercises, the subject must undergo enormous efforts and harmful muscle compensations to attempt to straighten the spine even by a few degrees. A complete waste of time!
One of the most famous and clicked scientific articles on Google is this:
Effects of exercise programs on kyphosis and lordosis angle: A systematic review and meta-analysis: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6488071/
The conclusions of this article were as follows: This meta-analysis found a large, statistically significant, effect of exercise improving thoracic kyphosis angle and no significant effect on the lumbar lordotic lumbar angle. On one hand, that suggests that strengthening could be more relevant than the stretching for the thoracic curve, or at least it is necessary to work both to reduce the curve of the thoracic angle. What’s more, this study suggests that stretching and strengthening are relevant in the lumbar lordotic angle. This systematic review suggests a frequency of 2–3 sessions per week during 8–12 weeks to find improvement in the sagittal spinal curvatures. It is necessary to conduct more RCTs that assess the effect of strengthening and/or stretching program on thoracic kyphosis and lumbar lordotic angle to establish the type of the exercise that it is best for maintaining the sagittal disposition inside normal ranges and to appear different frequencies and durations of the exercise program.
Are there any effective exercises for treating and extending the unsightly curves of dorsal hyperkyphosis and lumbar hyperlordosis?
According to current mainstream knowledge, the answer is a resounding NO. Postural exercises are completely ineffective to straighten the unsightly curves of dorsal hyperkyphosis and hyper lumbar lordosis.
If you do not work on the centre of human postural biomechanism, which is located in the craniomandibular relationship (stomatognathic system), it is practically impossible to have any impact on posture.
It is impossible because the distension of the spine is blocked at the top by the compression of the skull that rests on the first cervical vertebra. So if you don’t reposition your skull at a higher point on your jaw for your spine, it can’t be elongated properly.
Therefore, it is necessary to create more space within our postural system to elongate the spine. To create more space you have to increase the dental height in the molar and premolar area so that the skull is repositioned higher, and to do this you can use the Rectifier.
From these x-rays, we can observe the creation of this space through the leverage effect that the Rectifier has on our posture. The Rectifier can make the jaw function like a lever. This lever can push the skull upwards, stretching the spine and relaxing the dorsal hyperkyphosis and the lumbar hyperlordosis on the sagittal plane.
The Rectifier balances the skull on the jaw on all spatial planes:
- At the front: to make the face and body more symmetrical
- Sagittal: stretching dorsal hyperkyphosis and lumbar hyperkyphosis
- Transversal: to detorsion the entire body
Why are postural exercises ineffective for resolving dorsal and hyperkyphosis lumbar hyperlordosis?
According to the discovery by Starecta, the only way to be able to stretch a flattened vertebral column is to intervene on the cranio-cervico-mandibular relationship.
According to current superficial knowledge, the skull rests only on the first cervical vertebra. On the other hand, Starecta understood that the skull does not rest only on the first cervical vertebra but also on the teeth, that is, on the right and left dental hemi-arches.
This concept is difficult to understand because the jaw is a bone suspended under the skull. So it’s hard to imagine that it could be a scaffold that could support the skull and spine.
But during a physical effort, the jaw forms a unique structure with the skull as the teeth come into close contact with each other. At this point the body can cope in a more balanced way with the effort it is about to make.
The stomatognathic system is a complex tangle of muscles and bones that control our posture. When in this mechanism, the posterior dental height in the premolar or molar area is not very extruded, the skull tends to sink and consequently crush the vertebral column.
So the spine is compressed into a smaller space while having to maintain its primary length, and so there is an accentuation of the curves (dorsal kyphosis and lumbar lordosis)
In this case, exercises to straighten the spine are completely useless. Muscle loads are not proportionally distributed along the spinal column and can cause injuries.
It is practically impossible to straighten your back unless avoiding the sinking of the skull in the premolar and molar area as shown in this video.
So at this point, the legitimate question is how can I straighten my back by extending dorsal kyphosis and lumbar lordosis if postural exercises are totally useless or even harmful? The answer is: “use the Rectifier, the tool that makes the jaw work like a lever.”
How does the Rectifier elongate dorsal kyphosis and lumbar lordosis without any postural exercise?
The Rectifier is a bite patented by Starecta that can make your jaw work like a lever and to push the skull upwards thus straightening the spine.
There are numerous testimonials from people who have tried it and have finally resolved their back pain and aesthetic problems.
This unique dental bite must be activated in a particular way thanks to the tutorial that you can observe in this link. Thanks to this activation, the mandibular lever effect will begin to support your head in the correct position and you will have the immediate sensation of being able to stand straight and stretch your spine effortlessly.
If you want further details about the Rectifier, click here