In 2020, medical science is yet to develop a scientific protocol on how to improve and solve posture problems. Fortunately, Starecta has identified a revolutionary solution that can naturally elongate the spine thanks to an instrument called Rectifier that acts directly on the root of the postural biomechanism.
It is truly disconcerting that in the year 2020, we still haven’t fully understood how to deal with and solve postural problems such as: dorsal kyphosis, drooping head, slouched shoulders, hyper lumbar lordosis, mild scoliosis, facial and body asymmetries, having a shoulder higher than another etc.
These postural problems often bring chronic, highly annoying symptoms such as: back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, stiff neck, pain in the lower back, pain in the lumbar area, slipped disks etc.
With regards to postural problems, the unforgivable mistake made by science is that of not having created a universal protocol to tackle and solve these symptoms.
Basically, a protocol on how to deal with these problems has not been created because science has not yet understood how the human biomechanical postural system works and how our occlusion depends on this. (if you want to find out more on this topic I recommend the article body posture depends on the teeth).
Which professional figures are involved in the treatment and improvement of postural problems?
Given that there is no protocol at this point, every doctor attempts to treat postural problems with the tools they studied at university or in some master’s degree.
Allopathic doctors might prescribe pain relievers and muscle relaxants and then recommend some corrective postural exercise or a bust.
Chiropractors and osteopaths try solving the problem through sessions where body manipulation techniques are used.
Energy therapists might try solving the problem with energy techniques because according to their view, postural problems are caused by an unsolved conflict with something related to the outside world
Psychologists trace the causes of your postural attitude to psychological causes. For example, slouched shoulders and a drooping head will indicate a closed posture and a defensive and submissive attitude towards life etc.
As far as posturologists are concerned your body must learn how to assume a more correct posture, so they will try solving the problem either with exercises or with manipulations or with orthopaedic insoles or with some useless dental bite.
A new, more avant-garde figure is the gnathologist dentist supported by a posturologist. They sensed that the problem arose from the mouth but did not have the necessary tools or the knowledge or skills to solve the problem.
In short, anyone who suffers from postural problems will try a bit of all by going from one professional to another, spending a fortune without really understanding the cause of their postural problems and above all without solving the underlying problem.
The problem is not all these figures. Indeed, all this would be fine as an adjuvant that can help by 5-10% but the main problem is still at the base, that is, at the centre of the human postural biomechanism.
It is truly unthinkable that they have not understood what regulates the human postural biomechanism in 2020. On the other hand, Starecta has fully understood how this works and has revealed all the secrets in this book that you can download for free, here.
What Starecta understood about posture and how it relates to occlusion should be a subject of study in all medical and sports universities around the world.
What did Starecta understand that other posture specialists overlooked?
Starecta compared to any other posture specialist has understood that the key role of human postural biomechanism lies in occlusion. In short, our skull is not only supported on the first cervical vertebra as previously thought, but it is also supported by the dental arches. The palate with its arched structure, as if it were a vaulted roof, unloading all the weight onto the dental arches.
So the skull rests not only on the first atlas vertebra but also on the teeth. Therefore, the teeth must be well extruded and with symmetrical heights between the right and left dental arch. In this way, the skull is adequately supported on the first cervical vertebra.
If the skull is supported correctly, then the entire body posture follows suit.
This concept is difficult to understand, indeed, to date, there is still no clarity in the scientific academic world regarding this topic.
Why is it difficult to understand that the skull is not only supported by the first cervical vertebra, but also by the teeth?
This concept is difficult to understand because the skull rests on a bone, the mandibular, which is suspended just below it.
We speak, eat and breathe with the mouth, therefore, its articulation is necessary for all these functions to be performed.
What was not known was the fact that in addition to doing all this the jaw also acts as a scaffold to support the skull. Naturally, the skull’s maximum stability on the jaw occurs in stressful or tense situations. In these cases, the teeth are closed in the maximum intercuspation and the skull and jaw become a single, strong and stable structure capable of absorbing shocks, efforts and stress.
So what I gather is that our posture depends on this, on the craniomandibular relationship.
What are the misbeliefs about the causes of incorrect postural attitudes?
- incorrect postures when sitting at work or on school desks
- spending all day with your head bowed over your phone
- swimming is good for posture and the back
- sports help posture
- the use of orthopaedic insoles or postural busts/corsets help keep you straight
Why are they misbeliefs?
By now, this series of erroneous beliefs regarding posture has taken seed in people’s minds. These beliefs are utterly wrong, especially for anyone who has really exposed how the human biomechanical postural system works. If you have a naturally balanced posture, doing any of the activities described above will not cause any problems. If, on the other hand, you are unbalanced posturally, anything you do will be harmful and may create painful symptoms for your health and your back.
How to act to significantly improve posture in the year 2020?
So if no specialist can cure the postural problem, then what is the solution? What must be done?
If the problem arises from an incorrect craniomandibular relationship, then that is where intervention is needed.
Starecta has created a plug-and-play bite that can balance this out, that is the occlusion through a particular activation technique that is described with the bite’s purchase. Put simply, when you wear this bite you will have the immediate sensation of being able to stand straight effortlessly and to relax naturally and with immediate relief from the postural problems and pains that have gripped you for years.
Thanks to this bite, the jaw starts working as a lever that can support the skull symmetrically on the dental arches upwards, and consequently, the vertebral column has more space to relax. You can find more information about the bite here, and how you can ultimately improve your posture.