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Silverio Di Rocca
M.P.R International School, Switzerland
ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Nov Physiother
When dealing with chronic pain, the holistic approach in diagnosis and treatment is very important. We live in a time where super-specialization in medicine, leads professionals to be blind and unprepared in front of patients with problems that spread beyond their sectorized specialty. We seem to have forgotten that the human body is not made up of small sectors, but is one, indivisible whole. In the specific case of postural and physical rehabilitation, specialists are too often confronted with treatments that should work but somehow do not have lasting results, due to interferences from other parts of the body. In particular the stomatognathic system is a great disturber when a balanced mandibular position is lost. With the jaw being part of the muscle chains, through the hyoid system that connects it with the rest of the body, it is extremely important to have an understanding of this complex relation to obtain balanced and functional results, that are in harmony throughout the whole body.
Silverio Di Rocca has completed his graduation degree in Dentistry and post-graduation degree in Functional Orthopedics from University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has also received degree in Dentistry and Prosthetic at the University of Turin, Italy and Doctorate in Dentistry and Prosthetic at University of Turin, Italy. He is the Director of the MPR International School, Vice President International Representative and Founder of API Swiss (International Association of Posturology Switzerland). He is also a Professor in Amocoac Diplomate in Mexico and COMEI, College of Dentistry in Mexico, Associate Professor in ICOM (International College of Osteopathic Medicine) Milan, Italy and an International Honorary Member of AMOCOAC. E-mail: [email protected]
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