Could chronic facial pain and chronic diseases of inflammation be caused by your jaw bone?

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Screen Shot 2015-10-11 at 9.17.32 AMThe chronic softening in the jawbone are a phenomenon that is not perceived by many areas of medicine and dentistry to date, or is not taken seriously, at least in their health effects. This “jaw-inflammation” were by the American pathologist Professor BOUQUOT as “Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis” (“neuralgia inducing cavity forming osteonecrosis = NICO) because they often cause unspecific facial pain.

 

Health effects of Kieferostitis

The health effects of NICO in the jaw can be condensed in two areas: on the one hand the local aspect of a chronic underlying irritation of the facial nerve. Here the symptom picture as trigeminal neuralgia is known. NICO is thus a special form of a jawbone disease – based on facial pain and trigeminal neuralgia. On the other hand, the systemic failure of important organs or cell function by releasing their inflammatory neurotransmitters, which are demonstrated in NICO areas. This shows a much less clear, but a confusing picture of the diverse symptoms NICO effect.

This bone disease have an impact on the overall system in terms of a silent chronic inflammation: The easily comprehensible term “NICO” has yet naturalized internationally in clinical parlance. This, and the non-visibility on conventional radiographs – “NICO does not exist” – makes the study of the chronic Kieferostitis / NICO not easier, but requires everyone involved scientific openness and probable cause search in a particular case of the patient concerned.

Screen Shot 2015-10-11 at 9.17.50 AMProblems of Jaw ostitis diagnostics

To disregard the NICO as sickening change the jawbone certainly bears the problem of their X-ray presentation at: A normal X-ray image does not show the NICO or only very limited!
The introduction of digital volume tomography (DVT), a method is available which represents the structures in a NICO with greater reliability. We serve for the special bone densitometry in the jaw designed CaviTAU ultrasound system as an additional imaging procedure for the metrological determination of bone density and to hedge the previous X-ray diagnostics. For the purposes of the statutory duty of care CaviTAU is a non-load-forming additive method.

Structure and appearance of a Jaw ostitis / NICO

NICO is an insufficient supply in the form of a metabolic disorder that leads to greasy-degenerative bone resolutions. In general, deer NICO represents as greasy lumps that are easy to spoon from the medullary canal of the jawbone. These degenerate fat cells in NICO-areas form inflammatory messenger substances (cytokines / chemokines) that affect other organs and may be associated with inflammatory joint disorders, breast cancer, Hashimoto’s, multiple sclerosis and other tumors there.

Testimonial for 60 years of balance, vertigo and anxiety treated with FCR and Functional.Neurology

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I want to…help Dr. Lieurance, D.C. promote his unique therapy with functional neurology. For me to see the changes in balance and the resulting calming effect is amazing to me. After living with this for 60 years, I find it phenomenal that my brain is able to make the changes that it is: brain neuroplasticity is a heavy player in research. I am glad I am living proof that “old dogs CAN learn new tricks”. The improvement in my quality of life continues to surprise me—as I never knew it could be this way—I just had adapted to what I knew as “normal”. Now people invading my personal space is not as overwhelming and threatening. I don’t get nearly as upset if someone bumps into me, or touches me. No longer do I feel like I am losing my balance when I turn quickly, go up or down stairs or make quick movements. My sense of security is improving as I am not having to monitor every movement, I am enjoying exercise more. Eating is becoming more reasonable, as I am not as likely to eat to calm my stomach, as it is not as constantly upset (think vertigo nausea).
This is not traditional vestibular therapy: it is very skilled/specialized and individualized—no cookbook methods here. Dr.  Lieurance has had extensive training in functional neurology, and returns to be a lead in grand rounds 2 times a year where he trained. I have always avoided traditional vestibular therapy as I felt it would make me worse. Sensory processing therapy which would have been more appropriate is not readily available in the valley for adults. I feel I have found a gold mine in Dr.  Lieurance’s practice, and my therapist, Paul who is an AIS specialist is fantastic. I want to get the word out so others can benefit as well.”

Sincerely,

Barbara

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Why is Glutathione so important?

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Functional Neurology and Naturopathic Medicine

Glutathione is so important because it is responsible for keeping so many of the keys to wellness.  It is critical for immune function and controlling inflammation.  It is the master detoxifier and the body’s main antioxidant, protecting our cells and making our energy metabolism run well.  The good news is that you can do many things to increase this natural and crucial molecule in your body.  An essential mechanism for raising Glutathione in the body is by supplementation via nebulization and suppository delivery systems.

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Functional cranial release treatment used in conjunction with Gluthatione is highly effective in treating patients presenting with symptoms of Parkinson’s disease,chronic sinusitis, brain function, tinnitus, chronic fatigue syndrome, sleep apnea, migraine, stroke, vertigo and more.

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Brain Rehabilitation using Functional Neurology and FCR in Sarasota

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After brain surgery this patient was told he needed to live with the neurological impairments he was left with. He was treated using specific endo nasal balloon adjustments, PEMF, Glutathione nebulized, FCR, functional neurology, chiropractic neurology in sarasota florida. He had parkinsons step with freezing, palatal myoclonus and bradykinesia.

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