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The competitive-kinesthetic interaction therapy is based on several clinical observations of patients who are treated with the Brugger therapy in the "Murnau approach" and who are suffering from different pain syndromes in their movement system. These patients reported definite lessening of their tinnitus, including (in some cases) a complete cessation of their subjective ear noise, as a result of our therapy on the movement system. Our goal is to modulate and automate the civilizatory unforable engraved individual global movement patterns. This success, which accompanied the therapeutic removal of movement imbalance and related posture and motion disorders, suggests the possibility of influencing the balancesurveying organs of the complex equilibrium system, summarizing the information from the equilibrium tetrad within a central space-oriented data processing system, via the muscles of the entire locomotor system. A very important point is that the subjective improvements can be objectified in brain electrical activity mapping of vestibular evoked potentials. Two-hundred patients were treated with this therapy and were examined between April 1998 and April 1999.

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Author(s): R Dehler F Dehler CF Claossen D Schneider and E Jost

Keywords

Competitive-kinesthetic interaction therapy, tinnitus, Brugger-Therapy physiotherapy, Brain-electrical-activity-mapping (BEAM), vestibular evoced potentials, rehabilitation

 
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